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Book Review: Recollections: The Detroit Years: The Motown Sound By The People Who Made It by Jack Ryan, Thomas Saunders (Editor)

Really, the only things missing are the foot diagrams for choreographing the always-imitated, never-duplicated “Temptation Walk.” Read More »

Music Review: Bobby Dirninger – The Book

One of the better blues based albums to come out in a while - respects the old but embraces something new. Read More »

Music Review: Allen Stone – Allen Stone

Allen Stone released his self-titled album in October 2011, with smooth, groovy vocals and instrumentation. Read More »

Remembering Sylvia Robinson: Singer, Songwriter, and Founder of Sugar Hill Records

With hits "Love Is Strange," "Pillow Talk," and "Rapper's Delight," the multi-faceted entertainer and entrepreneur left a strong legacy. Read More »

Music Review: Rufus Thomas – Do The Funky Chicken

A non-stop party with Rufus Thomas. Read More »

Music Review: Gavin DeGraw – Sweeter

The latest album from Gavin DeGraw shows a more revealing side to the soulful singer. Read More »

Music Review: Shirley Brown – Woman To Woman [Stax Remasters]

Shirley Brown lays down the law on this classic mid-seventies soul album, reissued now with previously unreleased gems. Read More »

Interview: Gavin DeGraw Discusses His New Album, Sweeter

Gavin DeGraw on his new album: "I really feel that it's the best piece of art that I've ever been affiliated with." Read More »

Music Review: Stevie Wonder – A Time To Love

Stevie Wonder: Chapter 19. Stevie Wonder's last studio album to date was released during 2005. Read More »

Music Review: Stevie Wonder – Talking Book

Stevie Wonder: Chapter 8. Read More »