Featuring a very surprising plot twist, “Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency” is one of Mad Men’s funniest and bloodiest episodes.
The 25 best albums of 1959, including Miles Davis, Ornette Coleman, Dave Brubeck and Howlin’ Wolf.
Miles Davis’ adaptation of George Gershwin’s 1935 opera remains his most seamless collaboration with Gil Evans.
“Chuck Berry Is on Top” plays like a greatest hits compilation. Nevertheless, it’s still a classic of early rock & roll.
Charles Mingus surpasses all his idols on the 1959 jazz masterpiece “Mingus Ah Um.”
Appropriately titled, “The Shape of Jazz to Come” is the album that started free jazz.
Ralph Cifaretto buys a racehorse named “Pie-O-My,” and Tony Soprano hasn’t been this happy since the first episode of the series.
Regas-McDonald sent me an advance copy of their new album, “Hall of Fame Mirrors.” Here is my review.
There’s little doubt that “The Genius of Ray Charles” was his finest achievement.
Short review of Ray Charles’ 1959 “What’d I Say” album.
Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue remains one of the greatest works of art in modern history.
Wrap-up and final thoughts on The Sopranos third season.