Monthly Archive: June 2015
The main film is one of the most important in the development of cinema and a must see.
by John Sunier/ June 13, 2015/ DVD & Blu-ray Video Reviews/
Carlo Grante adds his name to the immortal list of great “Gaspards” in this survey of Ravel’s keyboard music.
by John Sunier/ June 12, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
A hodgepodge of mostly East Indian music from the Wes Anderson film.
by Audiophile Audition/ June 12, 2015/ SACD & Other Hi-Res Reviews/
A realm where the only constant is persistent curiosity about what will happen next.
by John Sunier/ June 12, 2015/ Jazz CD Reviews/
An amazing fusion band, together with an orchestra in quite a production - aurally and visually.
by John Sunier/ June 12, 2015/ CD+DVD/
Ornette Coleman and Christopher Lee Die; Consumer Electronics Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment for 2015; Flat Panel TV …
by John Sunier/ June 12, 2015/ Audio News/
Spirited, rare readings from East Germany by Kirill Kondrashin, made shortly after his international “emergence” from Moscow, 1958.
by John Sunier/ June 10, 2015/ Classical Reissue Reviews/
A great, though quite sentimental, late Chaplin film.
by John Sunier/ June 10, 2015/ DVD & Blu-ray Video Reviews/
Very refreshing collection of new quintet works!
by John Sunier/ June 10, 2015/ Classical CD Reviews/
A welcome multi-disc visit from the immortal Thelonious Monk.
by John Sunier/ June 9, 2015/ Jazz CD Reviews/