Musical musings by Something Else! "We're not saying this is the best music ever; we're just saying...
"A different sunset every night," Rollins once said, "that's what jazz is about."
Assorted jazz that moves your soul. That's the Way Out East way.
A chance meeting of two jazz legends turned into a memorable record.
The most fully realized compliment ever paid to Ray Charles makes up for the hip-shakers that are often too polite.
Jazz piano giant Peterson, whom Duke Ellington once referred to as the "Maharajah of the keyboard," died Sunday.
Ike Turner spun a very intense mixture of what would become full-bore rock 'n' roll.
Some of our favorite Beatles songs that didn't become hits.
Art Blakey demanded bravado from his bands, and this one was perhaps his most intense and adventurous.
Will we have to wait for the movie to find out why Tony Soprano chose Journey over Tony Bennett?
This is the kind of pure pop that McCartney parlayed into a soundtrack for the decade following the Beatles. And just as welcome.