Lucinda Williams’ ‘Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone’ is an expection to the rule of double albums being full of filler. This one is all killer.
Amanda Kravat crafts a billowing dream of what could be — for herself, and for this song.
Bombastic and wildly ambitious, but also deeply moving.
He remains a mystery, as misunderstood as his most famous song, as purposeful in his third act as he is utterly aware of the creeping shadows all around.
Both the singer and the song are revitalized here.
‘You just want to get the job done': Graham Nash talks frankly about Crosby Stills Nash and Young’s squabbles
David Crosby wasn’t the only one who derailed this group over the years.
This makes you remember why you enjoy music in the first place.
He talks the language of those his age, but in a way that transcends eras.
A visit with singers who know what it means to lose heart.
‘It’s never left my head': For Stevie Nicks, 24 Karat Gold: Songs From The Vault has transportive quality
“Lady” speaks to an earlier time, when her future was far more uncertain.