Music Reviews

Branford Marsalis Quartet - Footsteps Of Our Fathers

Serious overview of black music

Short Cuts

The Beatles, The Doors, The Bee Gees, Curtis, Kris and Willie etc, are treated to a first-class...

Chicago

Big-style brass-bolstered jazz-rock remastered

Deep Purple - Listen, Learn, Read On

Breathtaking box set exhaustively chronicling Purple's live and rare heritage

Procol Harum - Singles As & Bs

A quarter-century of baroque-rock 45s

Various Artists - Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Speaker-shredding delights from the archives of dub

Cath Carroll - The Gondoliers Of Ghost Lake

Fourth solo album co-written with husband Kerry Kelekovich

The Zombies - Singles As & Bs

Lightly jazzy English pop spread thinly

T. Rex

WAX CO SINGLES VOLUME 2 (1975-8) BOTH EDSEL If you hit puberty back in the '70s, your first vaguely...

The Pretty Things - Singles As & Bs

R&B/psychedelic/rock odyssey charted in 45s

Simple Minds

Remastering the Scottish stadium rockers' fame years

Snide Effects

IMPERIAL BEDROOM MIGHTY LIKE A ROSE ALL DEMON Two ideas seem to connect these albums: production...

Frank Zappa

Oddball compilations from late rock satirist's extraordinarily prolific career chosen by band-...

Madness - Our House

Nutty Boys' best-of and musical tie-in

Wilko Johnson - Back In The Night: The Best Of Wilko Johnson

Former Feelgood guitarist anthologised

Thelonious Monk

Piano eccentricities from jazz maverick

David Axelrod - Anthology II

Second collection from veteran orchestral fusioneer's recording career

Herbie Hancock - The Herbie Hancock Box

Music of unfeasibly large variety of style

Baby Bird - The Original Lo-Fi

Remastered replicas of original five self-released LPs plus a sixth of previously unavailable...

Bob Dylan - The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3

Back to Bob's roots, and then some

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The 40th Uncut Playlist Of 2014


A glut of very exciting 2015 music this week, but before you get to that, maybe check out the Milton Nascimento track below which, as KidVinil Vinil pointed out in the comments section beneath...