Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue remains one of the greatest works of art in modern history. Continue reading Kind of Blue – Miles Davis Album Review
Do you like cowboy movies? If so, then you’ll love this Marty Robbins LP. Continue reading Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs – Marty Robbins
Reviewing the classical music of 1958. Continue reading Classical Check-Up: 1958
Links to album reviews from 1958 Continue reading The Music of 1958
One of Thelonious Monk’s minor collaborations; one of Gerry Mulligan’s major works.
Grade: A- Continue reading Mulligan Meets Monk
Thelonious Monk’s greatest album.
Grade: A+ Continue reading Brilliant Corners
A rare look at Ray Charles in an instrumental jazz setting.
Grade: A- Continue reading The Great Ray Charles
Buddy Holly’s debut with The Crickets doesn’t reach the level of artistic maturity he’d soon attain.
Grade: B+ Continue reading The “Chirping” Crickets
An instrumental ode to William Shakespeare.
Grade: A- Continue reading Such Sweet Thunder
John Coltrane’s debut features many of the hallmarks that the saxophonist would later become famous for.
Grade: A- Continue reading Coltrane (1957)
Mediocre soundtrack to a mediocre film.
Grade: B+ Continue reading Loving You
Frank Sinatra sometimes seems lost without Nelson Riddle.
Grade: B+ Continue reading Where Are You?