Even the most bubble-gum moments on It’s Alright (I See Rainbows) demand greater attention than we’re used to and, in return, deliver unexpected rewards.
Had Feeling the Space been released by literally any other artist during the height of the confessional singer-songwriter movement of the early 1970s, it would’ve been hailed as…
Of all her early albums, Fly might well be one of the most cohesive in terms of presenting an accurate overview of Yoko Ono’s aesthetic.
There is little in the way of a modern analogue, which makes this trio of recordings a difficult beast to reckon with on any level other than visceral.
Distills all of Walker’s wonderful excess into a bleak, digestible and sinister package.