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This seventeen track release is the latest from blues artist Billy Flynn that includes songs such as Good Navigator, Small Town, Never Had A Chance and more.
Eliane Elias delivers a contemporary sound on a collection of classic Brazilian songs. She even recruited a splendid cast of Brazilian musicians that includes bassist Marcelo Mariano, guitarist Marcus Teixeira, and drummer Edu Ribeiro.
Kevin Eubanks explores the chemistry he maintains with musicians on both coasts. Once again utilizing his distinctive fingerstyle approach to the instrument Eubanks runs the stylist gamut from urgent swingers, to introspective ballads, to Latin-tinged numbers, and some get-down Philly funk.
Ruthie Foster returns with this collection of 10 tracks, nine of which are by a diverse array of writers from Mississippi John Hurt, Sean Staples Grace Pettis, Chris Stapleton and Black Sabbath. Yes, Black Sabbath. Foster re-imagines War Pigs as a jam session with Son House. She also covers the Four Tops' Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever, written by Ivy Jo Hunter and Stevie Wonder.
The iconic contemporary jazz-fusion super group is back with an exciting new release that includes the funky title track, the soulful Park West, and the deeply moving River Song.
Back when music was only available on a vinyl album, the pure excitement captured on a live album was considered the ultimate document coveted by hardcore music fans. Clark continues this tradition by bringing the live album to this generation of music fans. Live North America 2016 was recorded absolutely live, with no overdubs.
The newly reissued 1965 album from Sun Ra & His Solar Arkestra was considered to be among his most definitive studio recordings.
In the years since the release of the critically acclaimed Perfect Animal, Stevens has undertaken a journey that began with a study of Queen Elizabeth I. This expanded into tributes to various queens from history, literature, folklore, and her own imagination, to songs inspired by the regal and divine, and finally to Regina as a voice, like a trusted friend or an alter ego.