Archive for August 5th, 2013

Dawn of Midi – Dysnomia (2013)

Just when you think that minimalist music was reaching an artistic dead-end, a musical act comes along that opens up new vistas. This time, it’s the Dawn of Midi, a trio with far-flung heritages

Mark Masters Ensemble – Everything You Did (2013)

Steely Dan has long implicitly and sometimes explicitly paid tribute to jazz through their own music. Bandleader, arranger and American Jazz Institute Board of Directors President Mark Masters thought it would be a cool idea to pay back the favor.

On Second Thought: Yardbirds, Moody Blues, others – Absolutely the Best of the British Invasion (1999)

Considering there are no Beatles, Rolling Stones, Who, Dave Clark Five or Pretty Things, the title of Absolutely the Best of the British Invasion (Fuel 2000 Records) was rather misleading.

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “The Big Muddy” (1992)

Sparks Fly On E Street: Bruce Springsteen, “The Big Muddy” (1992)

Right in the middle of Lucky Town‘s stream of general uplift comes “The Big Muddy,” a tale in which the darker side of life has its own gravitational attraction

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