This 1976 album connects Bowie’s plastic-soul era to the Berlin trilogy that would follow.
For some, “fusion” is a dirty word. It’s time to reconsider. Start your week with Stanley Clarke; end it with Herbie Hancock — and then decide.
This 1970 album was a radical departure for The Moodies before they went on to become one of the premiere live acts of their generation.
Just listen to “Looking Into You” and “Two Of Me, Two Of You” for starters.
The pop duo deserved more radio rotation for songs like “Nothing at All” and “It’s Uncanny.”