• Paul Simon: Graceland

    Paul Simon: Graceland

    A sense of wonder still emanates from the graceful South African rhythms heard on this controversial, Grammy-winning 1986 album, newly reissued as a 180- gram LP and a four-disc 25th anniversary deluxe-edition box set. It’s ...
  • Joe Walsh: Analog Man

    Joe Walsh: Analog Man

    “Welcome to cyber-space, I’m lost in a fog/Everything’s digital, I’m still analog” proclaims Joe Walsh in “Analog Man,” the title track of his first solo release in nearly twenty years. He’s toying with us, of ...
  • Counting Crows: Underwater Sunshine

    Counting Crows: Underwater Sunshine

    Their first album the Counting Crows recorded after leaving a major label, Underwater Sunshine consists entirely of covers, and as such comes across as an opportunity for the Bay Area band to recharge their batteries. ...
  • Melody Gardot: The Absence

    Melody Gardot: The Absence

    Melody Gardot’s best songs have the half-festive, half-mordant air of a New Orleans funeral march. On blues from her superb 2009 album, My One and Only Thrill, her voice even sounds vaguely New Orleanian. On ...
  • Bill Evans: Live at Art D’Lugoff’s

    Bill Evans: Live at Art D’Lugoff’s

    Earlier this year Resonance released a previously unheard collection by Wes Montgomery, which this reviewer noted might be the “rediscovered” jazz record of the year. This new Bill Evans release may provide the strongest competition. ...
  • Spectrum Road

    Spectrum Road

    Jack Bruce knows something about being in a supergroup, having been a member of what many consider the original: Cream. Now, more than four decades after the supergroup dawn of Blind Faith, Crosby, Stills, Nash ...
  • Beethoven: The Nine Symphonies

    Beethoven: The Nine Symphonies

    Though I don’t usually care for chamber-sized Beethoven, Paavo Järvi’s exciting new cycle with the forty-some strong Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen gave me much pleasure. The playing is sensational: alert, responsive, virtuosic—a good thing too, since ...
  • Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty

    Tchaikovsky: The Sleeping Beauty

    This Sleeping Beauty, arguably the finest of Tchaikovsky’s ballets, was recorded in 1959 with Ernest Ansermet on the podium leading L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. These meticulously manufactured Speakers Corner LPs demonstrate well what Kenneth ...

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