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Walter Becker, “Our Lawn” (early 1990s): One Track Mind

Walter Becker, “Our Lawn” (early 1990s): One Track Mind

The ample leftovers from Walter Becker’s ’11 Tracks of Whack’ sessions continue to be pulled out of the frig, warmed in the microwave and set on the table for feasting.

Brandon Seabrook Trio – Convulsionaries (2018)

Brandon Seabrook Trio – Convulsionaries (2018)

The way a chamber string trio is being used by the Brandon Seabrook Trio for ‘Convulsionaries’ is bonafide wack. It’s akin to G.G. Allin hosting ‘Masterpiece Theater.’

Kind Folk – Why Not (2018)

Kind Folk – Why Not (2018)

Kind Folk is a new jazz supergroup that lives up to the promise its first time out, with ‘Why Not.’

Medeski Martin & Wood with Alarm Will Sound – Omnisphere (2018)

Medeski Martin & Wood with Alarm Will Sound – Omnisphere (2018)

‘Omnisphere’ combines the nimble gumption of Medeski, Martin & Wood with theconvention-busting modern creative twenty-person band Alarm Will Sound in a gutsy collaboration.

Toto, “Time is the Enemy” from Tambu (1995): Toto Tuesdays

Toto, “Time is the Enemy” from Tambu (1995): Toto Tuesdays

“Time is the Enemy,” with an old-school vibe which hints at Steely Dan, is another deep cut which could use some dusting off by Toto.

Pagliuca-Mena Sextet – El Templo de Las Ideas (2018)

Pagliuca-Mena Sextet – El Templo de Las Ideas (2018)

The Pagliuca-Mena Sextet’s debut album ‘El Templo de Las Ideas’ is incredible – and that is not a word I often use.

Something Else! Columnist Kit O’Toole to Co-Host First-Ever Solo Beatles Videocast

Something Else! Columnist Kit O’Toole to Co-Host First-Ever Solo Beatles Videocast

Renowned Beatles authors Kit O’Toole and Kenneth Womack will be joined by veteran radio personalities Ken Michaels and Tom Hunyady on “Talk More Talk.”

Projekt Gemineye, “Virtual Reality” (2018): One Track Mind

Projekt Gemineye, “Virtual Reality” (2018): One Track Mind

If “Virtual Reality” is a fair sample of Projekt Gemineye’s forthcoming album, then we are in for a hard-rocking treat.

Chicago, “Alive Again” from Hot Streets (1978): YESterdays

Chicago, “Alive Again” from Hot Streets (1978): YESterdays

Chicago’s Donnie Dacus was doomed to be compared to the late Terry Kath. It wasn’t fair then, and it still isn’t.

Yes, “Real Love” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Yes, “Real Love” from Talk (1994): YESterdays

Nine minutes of well-played but uninspired AOR, “Real Love” is not quite up to the standards set by Yes in their glory years.

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