I've written for the now-defunct Clamor Magazine, and am a current contributor to RapReviews.com. The first album I bought was Herbie Hancock's "Future Shock." I listen to too much music.
The Success Gurus offers a broad overview of 17 books on success, all in a format that is easy to read and digest.
A charming, fun series, and worth investigating for any fan of British cozy mysteries and/or gourmet French cooking.
Allo Darlin’ are a delightful group, and the perfect dose of cloudy sunshine on a cool fall day.
The newest albums by reggae artist Luciano and Duane Stephenson.
A retrospective of this underrated 70s musician, equal parts reggae, country, and pop.
A joyride that maintains it's brainy energy without ever sagging or getting boring.
Retro reggae from British reggae artist Gappy Ranks
Two recent dance hall releases highlight two very different approaches to the genre.
A nice overview of a very fertile 18-year period of Jamaican musical history, and a good documentation of the Federal label’s contribution to that history.
Two new smooth reggae albums