STEVE RIVERA – DIVIDING THE DARKNESS by Michael Smith

September 20, 2016

STEVE RIVERA DIVIDING THE DARKNESS Independent/Little Hartley Music Contemporary instrumental/classical There’s a lilting elegiac feeling of melancholy but also a subtle meditative quality that underpins this beautiful collection of instrumental pieces by southern Californian pianist […]

CD Review – ZIGGY MARLEY By MICHAEL SMITH

August 19, 2016

ZIGGY MARLEY ZIGGY MARLEY Tuff Gong Worldwide/Source Music Reggae and beyond Sixteen albums into a career that began when he was ten years old accompanying his legendary father in the studio, Ziggy Marley knows exactly […]

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Bob Dylan Reinvents Himself – One More Time

February 1, 2015

By Michael Goldberg.  Improbable as it might seem at first, Dylan has recorded an album of songs associated with Frank Sinatra – and it’s damn good. I hated Frank Sinatra. As a teenager, Sinatra, who […]

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