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Legacy Announces Record Store Day Exclusives for November 29th

Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, is rolling out an incredible line-up of collectible 12" and 7" vinyl releases created especially for Record Store Day's Back to Black Friday 2013, celebrated this year at the nation's independent record stores on Friday, November 29, 2013. For RSD Back To Black Friday 2013, Legacy is offering ...


Dave Hertzberg's Hearts & Bones unite bluegrass and jazz with infectious melodies on new CD

It is no exaggeration when Dave Hertzberg's Hearts & Bones claim that they are “Busting Out of the Gate" on their latest album, Don't Lose Sight of Your Song. Hertzberg's jamming bass, Alan Grubner's scorching fiddle, Rick Snell's rocking acoustic guitar, Joel Arnow's slamming drums, and Itai Kriss' soaring flute rattle the windows like a high-impact ...


Canadian duo Koller Michels' second album reflects depth of friendship and mutual love for jazz

George Koller is the bass; Julie Michels is the voice. On their aptly-titled second album, Bass and Voice, that is all the Canadian duo needs. On Bass and Voice, Koller and Michels are on the opposite ends of an emotional thread, each of them holding up a side; listening to the music that unreels between them ...


Simon & Garfunkel: Live 1969

Read "Live 1969" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Recorded during performances in October and November '69 for what was supposed to be the live album follow-up to Bridge Over Troubled Water (which the duo had recorded before these concerts but was not yet released on Columbia), Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel capture on Live 1969 the mood of their generation changing. That live album ...