A beautiful album of instrumental jazz music that you’ll want to list to over and over again.
Steve Hackett and the Underworld Orchestra: Metamorpheus One of the things I absolutely love about Steve Hackett is that you can hold your breath between recordings; Hackett is at a point in his career where he’s coming up with more stuff than ever. And I hope he continues! Metamorpheus is the natural follow-up to 1997’s […]
James L. Dickerson’s latest book focuses on women who have broken into the Billboard Top Twenty Album Charts. Offering short profiles of artists, managers, songwriters, producers and others, he provides a very interesting read for anyone who has an interest in the history of recorded music.
Four very talented and very different guitarists indulge in playing their own compositions. They favour us with the best they have to offer in both composing and playing. The result is an incredible album with everything blending in together so perfectly.
Intricate, enjoyable music by the German duo is made up of Olaf Wegener and Eberhard Klunker, two friends who teamed up to produce the music that they enjoy playing, rather than follow a path trodden by many others. Two acoustic guitars, no overdubbing and no editing – did this brave step work?