• Lisa Mills: Tempered In Fire

    Lisa Mills: Tempered In Fire

    Lisa Mills is best known as a blues singer-songwriter in Europe and from Austin east to Florida, where she works a regular circuit of clubs and festivals across the Gulf Coast states. But if she ...
  • Dirty Three: Toward the Low Sun

    Dirty Three: Toward the Low Sun

    If the seven-year gap since the release of Dirty Three’s last studio album, Cinder, has had any noticeable effect, it’s been to strengthen this Australian instrumental trio’s improvisational empathy. Violinist Warren Ellis, guitarist Mick Turner, ...
  • Bonnie Raitt: Slipstream

    Bonnie Raitt: Slipstream

    After a seven-year hiatus from recording, Bonnie Raitt is back with a bluesy, soulful album that’s sure to make her fans fall in love with her all over again. Raitt has always had great taste ...
  • Carole King: The Legendary Demos

    Carole King: The Legendary Demos

    Any boomer who ever fell in or out of love listening to Carole King’s many contributions to the American Pop Songbook will enjoy these 13 previously unreleased demos of songs made popular by Aretha Franklin, ...
  • Ian Tyson: Raven Singer

    Ian Tyson: Raven Singer

    An alluring Canadian cowgirl whose mastery of buckin’ broncs defines her life; a fruitless sabbatical to Morocco in hopes of healing a broken heart; a quest to reunite with a paramour in Baja’s sunny climes; ...
  • Priscilla Ahn: A Good Day

    Priscilla Ahn: A Good Day

    Recently more recordings have started showing up on audiophile vinyl within a few years of their initial release, including albums originally only available as CDs or downloads. Such is the case with Priscilla Ahn’s A ...
  • Dr. John: Locked Down

    Dr. John: Locked Down

    Forget Jimi versus God, forget the Beatles versus the Stones—in the late Sixties the stiffest competition involved the most bizarre musician on the planet. Arthur Brown and Captain Beefheart were definitely upper tier, but first ...
  • Norah Jones: Little Broken Hearts

    Norah Jones: Little Broken Hearts

    Sonically sparse and emotionally raw, the twelve ballads on Little Broken Hearts drift through a stark-blue landscape strewn with heartache, disappointment, and despair. Teaming up with producer Danger Mouse (Black Keys, Gnarls Barkley), singer and ...
  • Eric Bibb: Deeper in the Well

    Eric Bibb: Deeper in the Well

    Bluesman Eric Bibb heads to Louisiana to explore the intersection between the African, French, Spanish, Caribbean, and Native American influences in that region’s music. Recorded at Dirk Powell’s Cypress House Studio in Pont Breaux, Louisiana, ...
  • Bruce Springsteen: Wrecking Ball

    Bruce Springsteen: Wrecking Ball

    Bruce Springsteen’s latest solo album, Wrecking Ball, is a collection of populist songs powered by the recession-driven fear and unfocussed rage of working (and out-of-work) Americans. These rough-hewn protests harken back to Woody Guthrie, Pete ...

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