Earlier this year, outlier saxophonist Johnny Butler made an EP titled Raise It Up, pulling most everything from the pantry and throwing it into a logic board-laden blender.
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An utterly awesome revision of Smokey Robinson’s 1970 hit single.
The John and Paul are pop-rock gourmets with impeccable taste and timing.
Decades later, Wolfe has launched a rejuvenated line-up of the Furys.
This album is driven by a victorious blend of raw energy and technical triumph.
The daughter of Carole King and the late Gerry Goffin shines on her own.
Threaded with a hip-hugging hook, this song packs a wallop.
Here in ‘Merica, we covet our freedom and we root for the underdog. And we like brash. Therefore, the free-funk, noise band out of Oakland that call themselves Street Priest is as American is, well you know, Grandma’s apple pie.
There’s almost nothing they can’t do, as this project so amply shows.
The title is derived from Creole patois for “wonderful.” And wonderful, it is.