Luke Reynolds returns with a funky Memphis shuffle boasting both a hint of J.J. Cale and a dash of Mark Knopfler.
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Houston Person has returned essentially unchanged on “The Song Is Ended,” if a little less prone to gail-force playing.
We review the elegiac, deeply moving “Louder Than Words,” as Pink Floyd finally puts to rest old arguments.
Bryan Murray creates a scary hip-hop/out-jazz Frankenstein that points ahead to an interesting new direction for this intensely creative saxophonist.
Brian Wilson’s take on “Wanderlust” always seemed like it would be the jewel of the forthcoming ‘Art of McCartney’ tribute album. And it is.
There’s a depth to the best of his music, a transportive quality.
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.