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Red Skies

Label: Splash Point Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Dindi; My One And Only Love; Les Feuilles Mortes; Beatriz; This Heart Of Mine; Elephants On Wheels; Desafinado; It Might As Well Be Spring; Night Game; Moon And Sand; They Can't Take That Away From Me; A Time For Love.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brigitte Beraha And John Turville: Red Skies

Read "Red Skies" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

On the sleeve and the CD it's “Brigitte Beraha and John Turville"; on the press release and the electronic data it's “John Turville and Brigitte Beraha." This inconsistent approach to credits has no impact on the quality of the music on Red Skies, of course, but it is perhaps indicative of the ego-free zone inhabited by ...

A Ghost In Every Bar

Label: Splash Point Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Feet Do Your Stuff; Only Why No More; Small Day Tomorrow; Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most; In A New York Minute; Love Go Round; In A Matter Of Moments; Down; Nothing Is Mine Now; Scars; Stranger; Killing Time; Noir; Nothing Lasts Forever; Ballad Of The Sad Young Men.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ian Shaw: A Ghost In Every Bar

Read "A Ghost In Every Bar" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Ian Shaw's warm and evocative voice, Fran Landesman's superb lyrics and music from some of her best collaborators: A Ghost In Every Bar has them all. Put it another way: on A Ghost In Every Bar one of the finest singers in contemporary music interprets some of the greatest songs of the last 50 years. If ...


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