Today, Buddy Guy’s vocals are as fresh and project as strongly as on any of his classic recordings.
Over a 90-minute set Mike & the Mechanics touched a number of bases, all of them comfortable and familiar: Rousing AOR rock, soft rock ballads, retro-soul, and just a slight touch of Genesis prog.
If drummer Ginger Baker’s staring into the abyss, he’s doing it with defiance and a good beat.
By J. R. Carroll June brings a cupful of world jazz. [Updated: See Mose Allison item below] Photo by Daniel Sheehan While the eyes of the sporting world may be on the stadiums of South Africa, there will be plenty of international flavor here in New England this month. Brazilian born but now Seattle-based, pianist/composer/arranger […]