Monthly Archive: June 2014
A pair of interesting Bach crossover CDs.
June 24, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
A brilliant Boheme from the forces at one of the most innovative opera centers in the world.
Orpheus in Idaho? The universality remains.
A tale of two black eyes: Alice Cooper from beginning to present day.
Early Rolling Stones compilation in way cool clear vinyl…
Not bad at all, but I am still waiting for a really superb Salome.
Superb technology, very fine performances and notes, but not the best available in either case, and the price is sticker …
The essential Liszt staples by Sviatoslav Richter in Moscow, potent alternatives to his commercial concerto records issued by Philips.
The first real competition to the original Broadway album, and in hi-res yet.
An intriguing recital of good compass and easy manners, though perhaps a little too mild.