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Rough And Rowdy Ways

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: I Contain Multitudes; False Prophet; My Own Version of You; I’ve Made Up My Mind to Give Myself to You; Black Rider; Goodbye Jimmy Reed; Mother of Muses; Crossing the Rubicon; Key West; Murder Most Foul.

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Bob Dylan: Rough And Rowdy Ways

Read "Rough And Rowdy Ways" reviewed by Doug Collette


Bob Dylan's Rough And Rowdy Ways is a uniformly excellent piece of work. On these ten new original songs, the Nobel Laureate blends folk, blues and country music with just the slightest dash of gospel and, accompanied with sensitivity by his touring band (plus a few additional musicians including Blake Mills and Fiona Apple), the seamless ...

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Triplicate

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: CD 1: ‘Til The Sun Goes Down:I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plans; September of My Years; I Could Have Told You; Once Upon a Time; Stormy Weather; This Nearly Was Mine; That Old Feeling; It Gets Lonely Early; My One and Only Love; Trade Winds. CD 2: Devil Dolls: Braggin’; As Time Goes By; Imagination; How Deep Is the Ocean; P.S. I Love You; The Best Is Yet to Come; But Beautiful; Here’s That Rainy Day; Where Is the One; There’s a Flaw in My Flue. CD 3: Comin’ Home Late: Day In, Day Out; I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night; Sentimental Journey; Somewhere Along the Way; When the World Was Young; These Foolish Things; You Go to My Head; Stardust; It’s Funny to Everyone But Me; Why Was I Born.

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Heavy Weather

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Birdland; A Remark You Made; Teen Town; Harlequin; Rumba Mamá; Palladíum; The Juggler; Havona.

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Apocalypse

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Power of Love; Vision is a Naked Sword; Smile of the Beyond; Wings of Karma; Hymn to Him.

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Miles Davis: Milestones

Read "Milestones" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Milestones was Miles Davis' third Columbia release after 'Round About Midnight (1957) and Miles Ahead (1957). The recording was made during one of Davis' most creatively intense periods, preceding his recording of the soundtrack for Ascenseur Pour L'echafaud (Fontana, 1958) in late 1957 and the subsequent recordings of Cannonball Adderley's Somethin' Else (Blue Note, 1958) and ...

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Bob Dylan: Triplicate

Read "Triplicate" reviewed by Doug Collette


If Bob Dylan's Triplicate, the thirty-eighth studio album of his fifty-year plus career, proves anything, it's that he's very serious about his exploration of the Great American Songbook. Not only is this his third straight studio recording devoted to such material, he deigned to be interviewed close to the March 31 2017 release of the recordings ...

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Miles Davis: Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series Vol. 5

Read "Freedom Jazz Dance: The Bootleg Series Vol. 5" reviewed by Maurizio Comandini


Sony Music continua a distillare preziose testimonianze tratte dalla lunga carriera artistica del trombettista Miles Davis, l'icona più trasversale e significativa espressa dalla musica nel secolo passato. Questa volta ci troviamo alle prese con il quinto capitolo della saga intitolata “The Bootleg Series" e assistiamo incuriositi ad un cambio di rotta strutturale davvero importante. I primi ...

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Mahavishnu Orchestra: Apocalypse

Read "Apocalypse" reviewed by Julian Derry


Well, there's not much to say about the new release of Apocalypse. Well, not as much as many Mahavishnu fans had hoped; rumours of a long awaited and much needed remastering of this legendary album, making the rounds of the mailing lists were alas, premature. So what is this CD? Answer: it's the exact same, level-for-level ...

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Weather Report: Heavy Weather

Read "Heavy Weather" reviewed by Sacha O'Grady


Weather Report were one of the earliest jazz fusion groups to emerge at the beginning of the '70s. They were rare in that, like Herbie Hancock's Headhunters, they didn't have a guitarist to light the fire and excite the audience as was the case with Mahavishnu Orchestra and Return to Forever; instead, they relied, in addition ...


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