Archive for February 2nd, 2015

Bob Dylan – Shadows in the Night (2015)

Bob Dylan’s gently involving set of covers shouldn’t work, because the principal thing that’s always made him so galvanizing has been his fury.

Jon Davis – Moving Right Along (2015)

‘Moving Right Along’ is another high quality trio date from veteran pianist and composer Jon Davis.

Yes’ high-concept “And You and I” marked end of an era: ‘Music that had never been tried’

Yes’ high-concept “And You and I” marked end of an era: ‘Music that had never been tried’

Jon Anderson remembers “And You and I,” which became Yes’ fourth consecutive Top 50 single after its release this week in 1972.

Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints (2015)

Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints (2015)

If the Revolution Saints’ sound is familiar, there’s a reason. This is a trio of arena rock’s most talented players — and they live up to that legacy here.

The Monkees were split, and sparked, by creative differences: ‘It’s part of the equation’

The Monkees were split, and sparked, by creative differences: ‘It’s part of the equation’

Comparing their relationship to that of brothers, Micky Dolenz says the Monkees would inevitably fight — but for all the right reasons.

The Church, “Vanishing Man” from Further/Deeper (2015): One Track Mind

The Church, “Vanishing Man” from Further/Deeper (2015): One Track Mind

The Church let their muses guide them through a furious period of creativity, as ‘Further/Deeper’ was created over just eight days in 2013.