Craft Recordings’ New Orleans anthology features debuts by Johnny Adams and Irma Thomas alongside regional icons like Professor Longhair.
Paul McCartney’s voice – and hair – have evolved. Here’s something even richer: “Egypt Station, “ his latest project reveals a gift for melody and lyrics that’s improved with time.
The late engineer’s input on many Beatle classics is legendary. But Geoff Emerick also lent his exceptional talents to the Zombies and prog-rock’s Robin Trower.
Considering that Jack White’s label, Third Man Records, has reissued their early LPs (“Mink Rat or Rabbit” and “Life, Love and Leaving”), perhaps now is the moment to pay some attention again to the serious rockers who are the Detroit Cobras.
Flexibility is literally and metaphorically important at any age, but particularly as the years roll by. Staying supple gets progressively more important.