Dr. Wesley Britton is the author of four books on espionage on TV, Films, and in literature. He's co-host of online radio's "Dave White Presents" where he interviews musicians, authors, actors, and entertainment insiders. He teaches English at Harrisburg Area Community College.
Live at the Carousel Ballroom 1968 is Big Brother and the Holding Company captured at the peak of their powers
In 1979, Carole King dipped her toes into country/rock, trying to Touch the Sky.
In Pearls, Carole King re-tooled her 1960s hitsfor a more relaxed groove.
Tony Bennett’s 70s work is re-packaged and remastered to put you in the mood.
Suzi Quatro offers her signature sounds in a new Mike Chapman produced collection.
Wee Trio uses David Bowie tunes to create a very listenable jazz soundscape of vibes, drums, bass, and experimentation.
Mitch Ryder’s The Promise is both a return and a new introduction to a soulful singer/songwriter.
The Concert Sinatra is a distinctive addition to Ole Blu Eyes canon with surprising freshness.
Drummer Jerry Shirley remembers his years with Humble Pie with gratitude and pride.
Ruthie Foster’s latest is a smoldering gospel kitchen of fire, rain, love, and the Almighty.