The sum of Nina Simone’s Bethlehem Sessions is powerful.
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A stunning solo debut.
Kate McGarry is the best jazz singer you haven’t heard of.
Bryan Ferry’s “soul boy” persona was matched only by Ziggy Stardust-era Bowie in subcultural influence.
Zappa could jam and rock out with the best of them.
Maybe it’s less that the Residents were ahead of their time, and more that we’re…
It all began with Fleetwood Mac.
Magnolia felt like the culmination of Anderson’s marriage of music and cinema.
Frahm taps into further possibilities of his form.
Nasty Gal aches with unfulfilled potential.