Seven hours. Versions, the new recording from David Daniell and Douglas McCombs, is all about seven hours.
Archive for May 26th, 2012
This home-recorded Mick Fleetwood project, never before issued on compact disc, is neither a solo effort nor a Fleetwood Mac knockoff
In the Pat Metheny Group, there is always one musician who plays the role of “utility man.”
Boasting a Americana twang but also a rough moral sensibility and a cutting way with an image, Darryl Gregory’s Big Texas Sky is probably too edgy for country radio. It’s a shame.