Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: spoken word

Tag Archives: spoken word

Music Review: Nir Felder – ‘Golden Age’


Ten original compositions make up the debut album from an exciting jazz guitarist. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Patti Smith – Live At Montreux 2005

Patti Smith's first official live release has been a long time coming, but Live At Montreux 2005 proves more than worth the wait. Read More »

Music Review: Lou Reed and Metallica – Lulu

This album exceeds the comically bad and enters the tragic. Read More »

Comedy CD Review: Christopher Titus – Neverlution!

Titus' latest album is a non-stop rant on topics and thoughts we all have, but would rarely spout. Read More »

Music Review: Brian Eno and Rick Holland: Drums Between The Bells

Eno and his Coat of Many Colors Read More »

Music Review: Viggo Mortensen – Canciones De Invierno (Spoken Word)

A collection of music and poetry that proves language is no barrier to communication. Read More »

CD Review: Khari – Victory (Spoken Word)

Khari Toure is perhaps one of the better known spoken word performers in the US. Read More »

I Hear Sparks: Charles Spearin – The Happiness Project

This record represents the purity, minimalism and truth of great art. Read More »

Interview: Lisa B on Assertive Women, Poetry and Monk’s Genius

The Poetry of MSN Messenger: Lisa B on poetry, music and performing. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Lemon Andersen’s County of Kings

County of Kings sets a standard for the one-man show and for urban spoken word as a whole. Read More »