#Reviews | #Blues | LONG PLAYER was the second album by the British rock group Faces with Rod Stewart, Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood amongst its members. On a good day, Faces could wrestle the title of greatest rock & roll band away from the Rolling Stones.
#Feedback | #People | I think I must have been 15,16 years of age when Prince’s music entered my life. His music came on a cassette tape a friend gave to me. “Hey man, listen to this!!” So I did. And so did the music enter my mind and opened up doors that would never close again.
#Feedback | #People | Winnie Nomzamo Zanyiwe Madikizela Mandela. Through the window we all looked and have decided without knowing the exact truth.
#Reviews | #Rock | 'Cortez the Killer' is a song by Neil Young from his 1975 album, "Zuma". It was recorded with Young's band Crazy Horse.
#Reviews | #Jazz | Hugh Masekela - who passed on Jan 23, 2018 - is an integral part of South African modern history, being part of the resistance against 'apartheid' oppression, the social issues he addressed in his music as well as being a larger-than-life figure.
#Releases | #Jazz | “Naked” features 10 brand new tracks recorded over a period of twelve years, 2 remixes and 3 interludes. The interludes introduce the listener to some of the traditional and tribal sounds of South Africa. Each with a specific purpose and theme.
#Releases | #Blues | C.C. Grace's third musical adventure! Hand-picked tunes from a decade rich with melody and heart. This stellar collection will take you back to a gentler time and a kinder world. Sit back and let C.C's sultry voice return you to the music that mattered.
#Interviews | #Jazz | Cynthia Basinet is a multi-talented American actress, singer, supermodel, activist and mother from the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles county.
#Releases | #Jazz | 'Desert Orchid' paints a beautiful and delicate musical picture of the American southwest - the landscape, plant life, the verandas, and rugged people who live artfully amongst nature’s often hostile terrain. Plateaus in the distance, the thousands of miles of blowing sand, the hars