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Michael McDonald – Wide Open (2017)

Michael McDonald – Wide Open (2017)

‘Wide Open’ may well be Michael McDonald’s most musically dense and compelling studio project – and that’s saying something.

Steely Dan’s Aja at 40: Still the pinnacle of jazz-pop sophistication

Steely Dan’s Aja at 40: Still the pinnacle of jazz-pop sophistication

Steely Dan’s ‘Aja’ set the bar for finesse in pop and rock music, and that bar hadn’t been cleared yet.

Ali Handal – That’s What She Said (2017)

Ali Handal – That’s What She Said (2017)

‘That’s What She Said’ is a great way to get to know the multi-talented Ali Handel. And once you get to know her, you’re bound to like her.

Living Colour – Shade (2017)

Living Colour – Shade (2017)

Is ‘Shade’ the best ever Living Colour album? Maybe, but that’s such a tall order.

Living Colour’s Corey Glover: Something Else! Interview

Living Colour’s Corey Glover: Something Else! Interview

Corey Glover discusses how the forthcoming album ‘Shade’ fits into Living Colour’s storied canon – and why he refused to include one song.

Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick (1977); We’re All Alright! (2017): Shadows in Stereo

Cheap Trick – Cheap Trick (1977); We’re All Alright! (2017): Shadows in Stereo

Cheap Trick’s ‘We’re All Alright!’ does what so few late-career albums are able to do: tap into what made a band great in the first place.

David Phillips – Winter (2017)

David Phillips – Winter (2017)

With the more mainstream rock record ‘Winter,’ David Philips has again made music without making any concessions.

Living Colour, “Come On” from Shade (2017): One Track Mind

Living Colour, “Come On” from Shade (2017): One Track Mind

If Living Colour’s “Come On” is representative of the whole project, ‘Shade’ is going to be well worth the wait.

Brownout – Over The Covers EP (2017)

Brownout – Over The Covers EP (2017)

‘Over the Covers’ showcases the Brownout I always love with a new sense of urgency and maturity.

The Baron Four – Silvaticus (2017)

The Baron Four – Silvaticus (2017)

The Baron Four have an authentic, mid-’60s garage-punk American sound. There’s just one problem.

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