Shouldn't the making of Psycho be more interesting?
Every night the band goes onstage, Fleetwood Mac faces a concert onus only a handful of other groups need worry about: Are its songs too iconic? Is the rush of watching Stevie Nicks twirl out "Landslide" or "Rhiannon" live any match for the lifetime (or decades, anyway) of memories, associations and ... More >>
Created in 1991 after taking part in Robert Fripp's League of Crafty Guitarists, the trio formed by Paul Richards, Bert Lams and Hideyo Moriya forms a rare musical partnership that reaches across various genres without any form of prejudice. During the trio's live sets, they go through tunes as dive ... More >>
The Complete On the Corner Sessions
The Slip Eisenhower Bar/None The Slip's new album is available from Bar/None Records. Longtime fans of The Slip will find the band almost unrecognizable on Eisenhower. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. Over the last decade, the New England trio has evolved from psychedelic jazz improv ... More >>
Skills erode as new technology broadens the field. And the old-school cats don't care.
Sunday, September 28
Free from drugs, Chris Duarte is back producing turbocharged blues-rock
Ken Burns Jazz: The Story of America's Music (Columbia Legacy)
The Heart of Things: Live in Paris / The Believer (Verve)
Guitarist Mark Towns has national hopes in this self-production of his CD
A once-slumbering syndicated radio giant empties its vaults
At Harlingen's Marine Military Academy, the line between discipline and abuse is sometimes as thin as a knife's edge