Friday , May 24 2024

Album Reviews

Music Reviews: Li’l Andy, Galen & Paul, Jorma Kaukonen, Keturah, the Ironsides, and Andy Hedges

Li'l Andy-Complete Recordings of Hezekiah Procter

Montreal's Li'l Andy delivers the imagined complete recordings of the fictitious Hezekiah Procter. Plus, five more new CDs, including a live set from Jorma Kaukonen.

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Music Reviews: Paul Simon’s ‘Seven Psalms,’ plus Wild Carnation, Iron Horse, Eddie Cochran, Hudspeth & Taylor, and Michael Jerome Browne

Paul Simon--Seven Psalms

Paul Simon's 'Seven Psalms,' his first album since 2018, focuses on mortality. Also, reviews of CDs from Wild Carnation, Eddie Cochran, and more.

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Film and Music Reviews: DVDs Capture San Francisco’s Glory Days, plus Frankie Ford, Bill Pritchard, Cal Tjader, and David Deacon

A-Night-At-The-Family-Dog-Go-Ride-The-Music-West-Pole

A DVD set features vintage performances by Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead, and more. Plus, CDs from Frankie Ford, Bill Pritchard, Cal Tjader, and David Deacon.

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Music Reviews: Stephen Stills, plus a Willie Nelson Tribute, Taj Mahal, the Rifters, Arwen Lewis, Mulo Francel, and Chet Baker

Stephen Stills-Live-At-Berkeley

Stephen Stills, in concert and at his peak, plus a Willie Nelson tribute, Taj Mahal, the Rifters, Arwen Lewis, Mulo Francel, and Chet Baker.

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Music Reviews: Blood, Sweat & Tears, plus Sir Douglas Quintet, Marc Jordan, Esther Rose, Muddy Waters, and Eddie Money

What the Hell Happened to Blood Sweat & Tears

A previously unreleased 1970 concert album from Blood, Sweat & Tears, plus reviews of CDs from Sir Douglas Quintet, Marc Jordan, Esther Rose, Muddy Waters, and Eddie Money.

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Music Reviews: The Vogues, Cowboy Dave, Julie Christensen, Fruit Bats, Adam Klein, Arkansauce, and Charlie Parker

The Vogues--At Co & Ce

Reviews of a hits anthology from the '60s pop vocal group the Vogues and CDs by Cowboy Dave, Julie Christensen, Fruit Bats, Adam Klein, Arkansauce, and Charlie Parker.

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Music Reviews: ‘The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967,’ and More New Releases

Too Much Sun Will Burn--The British Psychedelic Sounds of 1967, Volume 2

'Too Much Sun Will Burn' collects British psychedelic sounds of 1967, plus new music from Meredith Moon, Mighty Poplar, City and Colour, The No Ones, Sunny War, and Charlie Cunningham

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Music Reviews: Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ (Anniversary Ed.), plus a Doo-wop Anthology, Blind Blake, and More

Pink Floyd--Dark Side of the Moon

The Dark Side of the Moon did for Pink Floyd what Fleetwood Mac’s eponymous 1975 album did for that band: transformed it from a long-time cult favorite into a gigantic worldwide phenomenon. And unlike the Mac, Pink Floyd didn’t have to make any personnel changes to grow its audience. What the group did do with …

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