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Album Review: Heaven & Hell

Heaven & Hell, by Ava Max Long before the release of this album, Ava Max was the sort of artist that one would be concerned about ending up as a one-hit wonder. She broke into the mainstream with the hit … Continue reading

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Album Review: Tapestry

Tapestry, by Carole King What is it that makes an album a classic? While I remember many of the songs of this album from my childhood, I remember it was not too many years ago when I finally listened to … Continue reading

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Album Review: Twelve Carat Toothache

Twelve Carat Toothache, by Post Malone Fame is not kind to artists. For an artist to remain popular there are a lot of things that need to go right, not all of which are in the control of the artist. … Continue reading

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Album Review: Confessions

Confessions, by Usher (Expanded Version) By the early 2000’s, Usher had been an important figure in R&B for several years since his debut in the 1990’s, and while he was never one of my own favorite artists, he certainly had … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Red Shoes

The Red Shoes, by Kate Bush During the time after the release of The Sensual World, Kate Bush wanted to create an album that she could tour in support of, given that much of her relatively recent music up to … Continue reading

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Album Review: Breakfast In America

Breakfast In America, by Supertramp In 1979, after having released 5 studio albums in the course of nearly a decade, the group Supertramp released their magnum opus after months of recording and mixing, Breakfast In America. Mixing accessible and upbeat … Continue reading

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Album Review: Hounds Of Love

Hounds Of Love, by Kate Bush While I just barely missed the opportunity to do a rankdown for this album on an internet forum where I am a member, the sudden success of Running Up That Hill, which as I … Continue reading

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Album Review: Blue Planet

Blue Planet, by Donna Lewis After the success of her debut album “Now In A Minute,” Donna Lewis attempted to catch lightning in a bottle a second time with her follow-up album, “Blue Planet,” which generally follows the same template … Continue reading

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Album Review: Now In A Minute

Now In A Minute, by Donna Lewis Although this is by no means a new album to me, it is striking to me at least that I have never sat down to review this album. So, in listening to this … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Very Best Of Johnny Hates Jazz

The Very Best Of Johnny Hates Jazz, by Johnny Hates Jazz I have always found it to be more than a little unusual when a best-of compilation comes after only a couple of albums for an act, but given that … Continue reading

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