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Richard Shulman: Turned into Lemonade

Read "Turned into Lemonade" reviewed by Matt Hooke

Like the cover suggests, Turned Into Lemonade is perfect for a relaxed summer day, with the salty ocean breeze in your face while waves crash in the distance. Music this sweet runs the risk of resembling Kool Aid, but there are enough sour hints to make the album a refreshing pleasant listen. Pianist and bandleader Richard Shulman only features original material, and his songwriting touches on a variety of subjects. The smooth atmosphere that Shulman cultivates ties ...