Those opening sax lines of “Never Say Never” still resonate. An explanation of why Romeo Void left the scene as quickly as they showed up.
Janet Jackson lifts Satie. Elvis sings Martini. The Stones raided the Renaissance. And let’s not even get started with the Beatles, who regularly tapped the classical music well.
The young stars of opera like Angel Blue and Lawrence Brownlee are picking up where Leontyne Price and Enrico Caruso left off.
You know the hits of Hall & Oates. Now get to know less well-known albums such as “Beauty on a Back Street,” “Bigger Than Both of Us,” and “Along the Red Ledge.”
Lewis Taylor ping-ponged between Al Green grooves and ’90s psychedelia. Then he dropped out of the music scene. No one knows what he’s currently doing, but “The Lost Album” makes you wish he’d come back.