Monthly Archive: May 2014
A Croatian jazz pianist ready to be discovered by a wider audience.
by John Sunier/ May 18, 2014/ Jazz CD Reviews/
A wonderful blend of superbly performed music and an exemplary recording.
by John Sunier/ May 18, 2014/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
One of the best Kirk Douglas films and Billy Wilder films ever.
by John Sunier/ May 16, 2014/ DVD & Blu-ray Video Reviews/
Hi-Res Activities; Putin’s Behavior Causes Protests in Classical World; Music Streaming with Chromecast; World’s Most Integrated Digital Radio Chip
by John Sunier/ May 16, 2014/ Audio News/
An old and revered, and somewhat important recording, with caveats regarding Ikon of Light.
by John Sunier/ May 16, 2014/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
Karabits begins a virile, driven cycle of Prokofiev symphonies with two taut, often manic readings of works that can claim …
by John Sunier/ May 16, 2014/ Classical CD Reviews/
Warm and detailed surround sound; but could be a more exciting interpretation.
Saxophone legends team up for a time-defying set of ballads.
Sam Cooke‘s final album…
A terrific bit of jazzy music for animation which stands well on its own.
by John Sunier/ May 15, 2014/ Jazz CD Reviews/