Himmelman moves away from specificity, and into something far more resonant.
Not long after leaving the Blue Things, Stöecklein laid bare his deepest yearnings and despair.
In the melancholy wisdom of his lyrics, this lost singer-songwriter has very few rivals.
A synth-driven Psychedelic Furs song might not seem like a great cover idea. But it was.
A sense of familial connection runs just as deep as this song’s darker complexities.
In which Hiatt admits everything about the wonders, and the terrors, of love.
‘Sky Still Blue’ shows the benefits of Walker’s continual tweaking of his sound and it’s paid off in this completely solid album of roots music.
Here’s a voice so entrancing that it delays my processing of the delivered lyrics.
Clearly Judith Owen has read the book on making a perfect jazz/pop album.
Himmelman sticks with his well-executed folk/rock formula, but brings in a few key guests.