Houston Person has returned essentially unchanged on “The Song Is Ended,” if a little less prone to gail-force playing.
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We review the initial take on Bob Dylan and the Band’s “Lo and Behold,” when the song was still loose and not quite fully formed.
We review the elegiac, deeply moving “Louder Than Words,” as Pink Floyd finally puts to rest old arguments.
“The River Hymn” tries to answer questions raised on the Band’s ‘Cahoots,’ offering one of Levon Helm’s prettiest vocals along the way.
Irvin Mayfield’s effervescent Christmas redo will shake your stockings off the mantel.
Lloyd Cole strikes a smart balance between what he once was, and what he’s become.
Playing in one of this music’s holy places, Branford Marsalis gives himself, utterly, to the moment.
This is the kind of richly textured, reminiscent version of “Summertime” required as the first cool fingers of fall close around you.
John Lennon’s 40-year-old ‘Walls and Bridges’ is long overdue for a critical reevaluation.
“Benny Man’s Blues” lives up to the outsized, genre-bending expectations surrounding a studio pairing of Eric Johnson and Mike Stern.