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Kaeshammer

Label: Alert Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Rendezvous; Kisses in Zanzibar; A Little Bit of Love; Tightrope; The You- and-Me; People Get Ready; Heartbeat; Shalimar wind; Love Me or Leave Me; Remedy.

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Michael Kaeshammer: Kaeshammer

Read "Kaeshammer" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


It doesn't take a Charles Darwin to realize that the true evolutionary inheritors of Frank Sinatra's and Peggy Lee's brand of “popular" music were Elton John and Billy Joel, and not Harry Connick, Jr. or Michael Buble, the latter being more keepers of the flame than the former innovators. Had popular music not dissembled into the ...

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Love Me Or Leave Me

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Label: Alert Music
Released: 2011
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Lovelight

Label: Alert Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: On My Own; Isabelle; Goodbye; Glory of Love; I Wish I Knew; Give You My Heart; Cupid; Dawn's Song; Now That My Baby's Gone; Bei Mir Bist Du Schon; Hamp's Boogie.

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Michael Kaeshammer: Lovelight

Read "Lovelight" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose


Michael Kaeshammer is an artist brimful with talent. Not only can he hold is own with some first-call pianists, but he can also play in a variety of styles and is well versed in the history of popular 20th century music. He is also a fine vocalist, with a slightly gravelly voice. He is well aware ...

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Holly Cole

Label: Alert Music
Released: 2008

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Romantically Helpless

Label: Alert Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: One-Trick Pony, Romantically Helpless, I

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Holly Cole: Romantically Helpless

Read "Romantically Helpless" reviewed by Mathew Bahl


The irony of this CD title is hard to miss. Holly Cole’s confident, smoky alto might convey dark humor or cautious optimism, painful regret or self-aware neurosis, but definitely not helplessness. Ms. Cole combines the modern, post-feminist attitude of the Lilith Fair crowd with the sophistication of a pre-rock interpretative singer. Holly Cole has always been ...


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