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One of the most unexpected and endearing Laurel Canyon-style folk-rock albums came from Japan.
At once boldly experimental and melodically accessible.
Works as political commentary more than it works as entertainment.
Michael O’Shea comes from an old soul, but its sound is timeless.
Too Slow to Disco Neo—En France is perfectly functional background music.
Diamond and Horovitz chronicle the band’s colorful history with excitement, flair and, contrary to the…
Chronicles the Japanese city pop movement of the ‘70s and ‘80s.
The 1951 musical romance Mr. Imperium is forgotten for a reason.
Rice Field Silently Riping in the Night emerges from patient introspection, but its charm is…