Monthly Archive: October 2019
Isley Brothers’ 1975 funk masterpiece gets a superior vinyl upgrade.
A brilliant restoration of brilliant 20th century performances by Jascha Spvakovsky.
A historical treasure trove of Nat King Cole’s early recordings.
Definitely in the pocket…
Jazz, family and roots all wrapped up into one album.
Koussevitzky conducts Bernstein, Hanson, & Shostakovich – Boston Symphony Orchestra – Pristine Audio
Exceptional rendering of Exceptional Concerts, Koussevitzky and BSO
Charles Munch and the BSO perform rare items
Rhino Entertainment releases a re-mastered vinyl of a trend-setting live album.
A dynamic and rousing version of one of Bruckner’s most interesting symphonies
A musical visit to a timely national crisis…
A fine rendering of Beethoven’s youthful concertos!
The soundtrack to the Ken Burns PBS documentary is spectacular.
John Coltrane’s music played with resonant artistry
Music married to memory.
Adolf Busch featured on “The Music Treasury”
Ric Mancuso look at new products from Magnepan and Parasound
Partnering big band jazz with the African American life experience…
Two Masters play Beethoven Masterpieces
This is how Mozart came into the homes of the well-heeled in the days before Edison and Marconi.
Ray Charles, a genre buster, with Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music…
Dutch Sonatas for Violoncello and Piano Vol. 8 = Works by WITTE; HUTSCHENRUYTER ‒ Doris Hochscheid, cello ‒ Musikproduktion Dabringhaus und Grimm
Well-crafted chamber works that should appeal to admirers of “Leipzigerisch” music.