Posted in August, 2016

More from August, 2016

Neil Young

Neil Young’s never been known for being predictable. A veritable musical chameleon, he has defied expectations repeatedly throughout his 50 year career merely by following his own muse. With few … Read more

The Heaters

Phil Spector could have done wonders for the Heaters, whose blissful, artfully arranged girl-group harmonies and pearly melodies are finally coming out of hiding. Shelved since the early ‘80s, this … Read more

Bo Ramsey

Lucinda Williams has always credited Bo Ramsey for teaching her about the value of spaces in music.  Others like Bill Frisell and Miles Davis are huge proponents of spaces in … Read more

Roland Johnson

After years in cover bands, St. Louis singer Roland Johnson makes his label debut at 68 with a set of undiluted, classic soul that will please fans of Otis Redding and … Read more

The Danberrys

There is something to be said for the tighter bonds that marriage often brings. Likewise, there’s something to be said for the talent that seems inherent within the bounds of … Read more