Here’s a review of Kenny Shanker’s Action City, a perfect blend of top-notch composing and refined musicianship.
The Beatles’ often-overlooked “Dig a Pony” is a classic example of John Lennon’s love of wordplay.
We review a previously unheard, chin-wagging find from Bob Dylan and the Band’s forthcoming ‘Basement Tapes Complete.’
Dave Holland and Kenny Barron sound like two players finishing one another sentences — despite small but important differences in dialect.
Jerry Garcia returns to the Grateful Dead staple “They Love Each Other” on a new archival release – and we hear this song again, as it once was.
Rory Block returns to a well of some two dozen haunting, unequivocal and profound blues songs recorded by Skip James for Paramount in 1931.
The Band’s fun run through Allen Toussaint’s soul-lifting “You See Me” underscored an often-forgotten portion of their inestimable legacy.
Kami Thompson leads the Thompson family band through a country-pop romp called “Careful.”
Texas Hippie Coalition will always have difficulty topping ‘Peacemaker,’ but ‘Ride On’ still has its moments.
Trevor Horn, Jon Anderson and Tony Kaye join us to discuss Yes’ “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” issued as a single in October 1983.