Post Tagged with: "Lenny Kravitz"

Forgotten series: Dan Dyer – Of What Lies Beneath (2004)

by Mark Saleski Jeff Buckley if he’d been a little happier? David Gray if he actually wanted to rock a little? This is a tough one.

Trombone Shorty – For True (2011)

Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, once again, incorporates all of the fun but none of the fussy formalism of the New Orleans tradition in his new recording, For True.

Lenny Kravitz – Black And White America (2011)

No major artist has or will ever claim to be more of a 1970s-styled musical chameleon than Lenny Kravitz, since his whole career has been about simulating the analog sounds and feel of that decade

Sheryl Crow – C'mon C'mon (2002)

by Derrick Lord Old sayings get to be old sayings for a reason: There is usually a good bit of truth in them. I gave Sheryl Crow’s album C’mon, C’mon a spin based on the single “Steve McQueen” and I thought: “Yup, the apple didn’t fall too far from the tree.”

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