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David Bowie: Live Nassau Coliseum ’76

David Bowie Live Nassau Coliseum ’76 (Parlophone UK) Catching David Bowie prior to his celebrated Brian Eno/Berlin period, the genius rock and roll chameleon we lost last year makes his star presence known in this “legal” issue of one of his most infamous 70’s bootlegs. Recorded at New York’s Nassau Coliseum in 1976, on Bowie’s Thin White More...

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By Ralph Greco On Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
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THE SEX FILES: Sobriety Twist discusses her new show Queen of Carnage

Updating Purcell’s Opera Dido & Aeneas with her dominatrix-take on things, incorporating various performance art and multimedia and presenting the brew at The Space (269 Westferry Road, Isle Of Dogs, E14 3RS, More...

By Samantha Blackwood On Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
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Khalid: American Teen

Khalid American Teen RCA Records American Teen is 15 tracks  of confessional, resonant, and relatable lyrics. Musically, it’s soulful, open, and honest, ranging from light pop to heavy-hearted R&B, and funky More...

By Ralph Greco On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
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Rick Wakeman: Piano Portraits

Rick Wakeman Piano Portraits (UMe) Keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman presents an amazing roster of 15 solo piano compositions on his latest, Piano Portraits. After playing a tribute to David Bowie last year on BBC More...

By Ralph Greco On Monday, March 20th, 2017
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Colin Hay: Fierce Mercy

Colin Hay Fierce Mercy (Compass Records) I’m afraid that Colin Hay has done it yet again. From the pain of losing his father, he explored on Gathering Mercury, his rumination on the randomness of life on Next More...

By Ralph Greco On Monday, March 20th, 2017
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Colin Hay: Fierce Mercy

Colin Hay Fierce Mercy (Compass Records) I’m afraid that Colin Hay has done it yet again. From the pain of losing his father, he explored on Gathering Mercury, his rumination on the randomness of life on Next More...

By Richard Moriarty On Thursday, March 16th, 2017
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Wyclef Jean: J’ouvert

Wyclef Jean J’ouvert (Heads Music, LLC) In 1994, Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, and Prakazrel Michel – the latter of whom went by Pras and eventually achieved his greatest success as a solo artist in ‘98 with More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Zane Smith: Black

Zane Smith Black (Smith Mincey Productions) This album Black is a depiction of Zane Smith’s thoughts while going through a depression. I read this while researching, trying to get a feel for his music. Listening More...

By Phoenixxrocks On Monday, March 13th, 2017
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Cashmere Cat: Wild Love

Cashmere Cat Wild Love (self-released) I try to stay abreast of current music; I keep an eye on the Billboard charts and the indie movement as well. But sometimes one slips through the cracks. Cashmere Cat, I must More...

By Ralph Greco On Thursday, March 9th, 2017
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ZZZ discusses his line of Adult Comic books, ZZZ Comics

I give you more sexy writing this week…but specifically, it is sprinkled in between the wildly drawn pages of ZZZ Comics. ZZZ, the pseudonym of the man who spearheads this publishing endeavor, releases naughty More...