Here is a review of Chris Lightcap’s Bigmouth’s “Epicenter,” the title track from the jazz supergroup’s upcoming new album.
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Here’s Nick Hempton’s fifth song is his ‘Catch and Release’ series, “Target Practice,” featuring Hempton on tenor fronting a classic, jazz quartet.
That Kevin Eubanks and Stanley Jordan offer fine takes on jazz staples here comes as little surprise. But Ellie Goulding’s “Lights”
Mini Mansions, a still-emerging LA-based trio, thought they might get the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson on their new song. What were the chances?
Fifteen years after his death, Pops Staples returns — as sweetly vibrant, as light-filled and meaningful, as deeply soulful as ever.
An ailing Mickey Newbury saved one of his best songs for the final album released during his lifetime.
New music from the Eddies is always welcome, and these two songs continue to clarify the Southern California trio’s value and importance.
Stripped down to its girders, Nick Cave’s new interpretation of Leonard Cohen’s “Avalanche” takes on an epic, swirling sadness.
Adroitly named, the title song from ‘The Grand Experiment’ finds Neal Morse trying on a new musical persona – in more ways than one.
A previously unheard song finds Lead Belly singing about an event both literally and figuratively a world away from his life in the piney woods.