Avant-garde pianist Cecil Taylor’s second album expands upon his groundbreaking debut.
Grade: A- Continue reading Looking Ahead! – Cecil Taylor
“The Sermon” is one of jazz organist Jimmy Smith’s greatest accomplishments. Click here to read the album review. Continue reading The Sermon – Jimmy Smith
John Fahey’s unique brand of folk guitar is something that must be heard to be believed.
Grade: A Continue reading Blind Joe Death – John Fahey
In another fantastic episode of Breaking Bad, Jesse is tasked with murdering some crackheads but ends up as a babysitter. 9.1/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E6: “Peekaboo”
Your new favorite Breaking Bad character? Hank Schrader. 8.8/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E5: “Breakage”
In the masterful “Down,” both Walt and Jesse hit rock bottom. 9.0/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E4: “Down”
Walt walks naked through a supermarket while Jesse gets questioned by the DEA. In other words, a routine episode for Breaking Bad. 8.8/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E3: “Bit by a Dead Bee”
Tuco’s uncle is bound to a wheelchair and can only communicate using a call bell. It’s kinda badass. 9.2/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E2: “Grilled”
A few sentences about “Sonny Rollins and the Big Brass.”
Grade: B+ Continue reading Sonny Rollins and the Big Brass
“Only the Lonely” is Sinatra at his most emotional, passionate, intense and, of course, loneliest.
Grade: A Continue reading Frank Sinatra Sings for Only the Lonely
The Breaking Bad season two premiere wastes no time picking up where we left off. 8.8/10 Continue reading Breaking Bad S2E1: “Seven Thirty-Seven”
Elvis Presley expands his sound with horns and R&B.
Grade: A- Continue reading Elvis Presley: King Creole Album Review