There’s a depth to the best of his music, a transportive quality.
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She explores this turbulently resonant tale with a South African guest vocalist.
He’s adding intriguing new layers to the age-old idea of blues singing.
Even without Hammett, this would have been solid, if unspectacular.
Bajakian and Úlehla make “Ej, lásko, lásko” fresh and edgy, despite it’s long-ago, faraway origins.
“Mercy!” Staples crows. “Oooh boy, you’re banging on that guit-fiddle!”
Stripped of artifice, Nicks connects on an elemental level.
“Your Song” is as dynamic and full of nifty little turns as life itself.
This No. 4 1986 hit is experienced anew, like it’s never been heard.
Wadada Leo Smith and his band of free jazz icons show the young guys how it’s done.