Archive for May 6th, 2014

Ralph Bowen – Standard Deviation (2014)

If straight-up mainstream jazz is what you crave, you can’t go wrong with Ralph Bowen. Standard Deviation is a solid execution of the form from beginning to end.

Lindsey Buckingham says rejuvenated Christine McVie is firing up Fleetwood Mac: ‘The priority was to work on her stuff’

Lindsey Buckingham says rejuvenated Christine McVie is firing up Fleetwood Mac: ‘The priority was to work on her stuff’

Lindsey Buckingham is taking fans inside the recording of Fleetwood Mac’s forthcoming studio effort, its first with Christine McVie, Buckingham and Stevie Nicks since 1987’s Tango in the Night.

‘The FDA has granted her access’: Ailing wife of Sammy Hagar drummer cleared for critical therapy

‘The FDA has granted her access’: Ailing wife of Sammy Hagar drummer cleared for critical therapy

Costs for treatment continue to skyrocket, so a pay-per-view concert broadcast has been scheduled featuring Sammy Hagar, members of Night Ranger and others.

Something Else! sneak peek: Old Crow Medicine Show, “Sweet Amarillo” (2014)

This track serves as a powerful reminder of what country music used to be – and what it could be again.

Natalie Merchant – Natalie Merchant (2014)

Natalie Merchant offers an album full of distilled thoughts, easily the most intense collection of her solo career.

Traffic – The Best Of Traffic (1969): On Second Thought

Traffic – The Best Of Traffic (1969): On Second Thought

How good was Traffic? So good that the band from Birmingham, England warranted this album only two years after getting together.

One Track Mind: Garbage with Brody Dalle, “Girls Talk” (2014)

A kick directly into the ass, Garbage’s “Girls Talk” finds Shirley Manson building — with teeth-clinched menace — toward a furious howl.

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