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Modern day female jazz recommendations

  We all know the classics from decades ago. What are your favorite your more contemporary female jazz singers of today?  Living close to Nashville I have the opportunity to see and hear a lot of up and coming artists. Nashville is NOT just country music by a long shot.  I'll start with Diana Krall.... […]

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DENNIS WILSON: Bambu (The Caribou Sessions) (2LP Coloured vinyl)

They tell us ..... ‘Bambu (The Caribou Sessions)’ features highlights from the recording sessions for the planned second album by Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys. Recorded in 1978 as the follow-up to Wilson’s classic ‘Pacific Ocean Blue’, these eclectic and ambitious recordings were left unreleased when Wilson died in 1983, and remained so until […]

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CHRISTINE PERFECT: The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions

A compilation of the British singer/songwriter's recordings for the Blue Horizon label. Best known as Christine McVie, these recordings were made after she had left the Blues band Chicken Shack but before her marriage to Fleetwood Mac's John McVie and subsequent work with the Mac. Features 11 of the 12 tracks from her self-titled solo […]

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Suzanne Vega – The Bottom Line – New York ’86 (CD)

Suzanne Vega, Live at the Bottom Line, New York May 24th 1986. The release of Suzanne Vega’s debut album in 1985 heralded the arrival of one of America’s most striking singer-songwriters. It is performed in its entirety on this set, broadcast on WNEW-FM in her native New York a year later. Also featured are numerous […]

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Punk gets fusty? The Stranglers bassist Jean-Jacques Burnel embraces monarchy and the Daily Telegraph

Originally published August 2013 He’s the snarling bassist in The Stranglers, punk’s most malevolent survivors, famed for beating up rival bands, fans and each other. But Jean-Jacques Burnel has revealed that he is now a Daily Telegraph-reading advocate for Britain’s constitutional monarchy. Ahead of the band’s surprise debut at the Proms next week, Burnel, 61, […]

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