"A Cure For Loneliness" is a solid foundation of country and bluegrass, rhythm and blues done up with a touch of Jack Daniel's attitude.
K. Michelle's latest r&b/hip-hop opus "More Issues Than Vogue" is worth skimming through and not just for the editorial layouts. This girl's got game and she's not afraid to show it. Surprising present and reverently produced; good hip-hop is in fashion.
The consistently high bar that the Pet Shop Boys have achieved for more than thirty years is a miracle in the pop world.
Multi-talented Mike Patton comes through again on the second collaboration known as Kaada/Patton.
With its senseless story, this 1954 musical allows a nice escape from the stresses of everyday.
This recording is innocuous and harmless, like a next-door neighbor you have known for years, that doesn't cause any problems in the area, but doesn't call any attention either.
This latest musical theater score continues an exploration of the women who always asserted to keep the First Families together.
"Post Pop Depression" continues his special blend of raucous poetry with deep musical struts of sounds. The lyrical storytelling written by Pop and Queen of the Stone Age's Josh Homme, who also produced, is matched with a highly skilled structure.
A layman's overview of the work of musical theater's most influential composer is a great introduction to his canon.
"Hoops"is a really great album to have playing in the background of a bar.