Archive for June 24th, 2012

Steely Dan Sunday: A compilation of all the main entries

Steely Dan Sunday: A compilation of all the main entries

Hard to believe that more than fifteen months ago I embarked on a long-term project reviewing Steely Dan, track-by-track, in the same order within the albums, and chronological order amongst the albums.

Joe Jackson – The Duke (2012)

Ever since he asked that existential question “Is She Really Going Out with Him?” Joe Jackson has defied categorization, moving from the initial “new wave” label into other genres such as jazz and Latin music.

The Beatles – Yellow Submarine (1968; 2012 reissue)

The Beatles – Yellow Submarine (1968; 2012 reissue)

Even if you still wish there’d been more of the Beatles themselves in ‘Yellow Submarine,’ there’s no denying this film’s staggering visual creativity.

Shawn Colvin – All Fall Down (2012)

Singer/songwriter Shawn Colvin’s eighth studio album is a deeply personal, deeply sustaining experience. All Fall Down was produced by her long-time pal Buddy Miller