Monthly Archive: June 2014
English cult band the Move shows a heavier sound on the group’s only live album.
June 29, 2014/ Pop/Rock/World CD Reviews/
Pristine resurrects a powerful reading of the Mahler Fifth by Jascha Horenstein, mesmerizing in all respects.
One of the great quartet cycles of the 20th century receives definitive performances.
Interesting compositions by Festinger well played but only adequately recorded.
Svetlanov delivers a fine cross-section of the basic Rimsky-Korsakov repertory in sterling and exciting performances.
Alternative rock music meets alternative chamber music.
You can dance to this music, but it’s tricky.
Two CD collections of tangos with a difference.
Kirill Gerstein takes us on a familiar voyage of Romantic piano suites, but his approach maintains the grand style.
Supreme Court Rules Against Aereo; Economic Justice for Performers; New Digital Distribution Strategy from Linn Records