a smart and rascally old man
“Smooth Jazz” is so depressing I can hardly stand it.
Frank liked it
McCartney hopes it will rock our little cotton socks
old school break up EP
A must have for historians, the rest of you take a pass
the rage of a riot grrrl and the strange comic-horror of a John Waters’ movie
an excellent feature packed EP
good value for money.
a truth received through experience
the songs are black Africa informed
a blueprint for black pop
there is no power popper less given to tricking up the emotions
wow he was on some wild musically plateau
more reasons to die
the final new recordings featuring The Beatles
constantly entertaining and enlightening
As a chart move it only reached #54
It is terrific to hear her voice again, we miss her.
A legend was born
man, they are filthy dirty
instant nostalgia for the immediate past
a flawless pop stroke
the real growth occurred as Sinatra stepped back into dance in 1950
it was a third step, early but moving on up
The Devil won the battle and not the war.
the end effect of a lot of time working on soundscapes
if it doesn’t break pop don’t blame them
Their “These Foolish Things” is one of the best I’ve ever heard
old rappers like old prostitutes become respectable
If you are a pop song lover, I don’t know how you can deny Ed Sheeran the first place
I’ll miss writing these reviews
This wouldn’t do
poor white folks are shown sympathy
U2 make no concessions to haters such as me
just a simple odds and sods, and still his genius remained untouched
full of blaring horns like William Tell and explosive sounds, chanting choirs and a sense of rebirth
We are in the mood for earnestness
wall of sound Brit rock and better
a dry run for his Nelson Riddle arranged masterpiece, 1955’s In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning.
The envy of Englebert
even gangsters need God
Flaming Pie is remembered as a masterpiece, and it isn’t
Supplants innocence with knowledge at the corner of Hollywood and Vine
Songs you know can still surprise with emotional depth you forgot was there.
you don’t know what you’re getting yourself into