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  1. 2012 album from the acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist. Grace And Mercy is filled with the soulful sounds and insightful lyrics fans have come to expect from the veteran performer. A key word in Butler's life is balance and he's learned just how important time away from the spotlight can be. On Grace and Mercy Butler delivers a collection of songs that serve as a soothing musical balm in today's troubled times. "This album really speaks about optimism, faith, belief and hope," he says. "I'm hoping this album will bring hope to people. Songs like 'Give it Up To God,' 'I Stand On Your Word' and 'Who is Like the Lord' were written from experiences that I've had to go through myself."
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  2. Shadow And Light by John Doyle
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  4. Loosely divided into three chapters and an epilogue: the first, urban-leaning poems; the second, more rural themes and ideas; the third examining the collision and overlap of the two; and the epilogue serving as a meditative leave-taking. Lee Morgan-esque horn lines over a gut-rumbling blues bassline open Soup, Sandburg's more-timely-than-ever musing about a celebrity caught in the ordinary act of slurping soup from a spoon. Christian McBride's gregarious baritone intones Anywhere and Everywhere People, with a series of horn motifs for the poem's key repeated words. Wilson himself recites the contemplative As Wave Follows Wave, ultimately joined by a host of collaborators, friends and family members. Night Stuff unfolds against a slow, twilit landscape, while John Scofield recites We Must Be Polite in a hilarious deadpan against Wilson's New Orleans shuffle. Sandburg's own voice can be heard in duet with Wilson's drums on his most revered poem, Fog. Chapter one closes with the raucous march of Choose. Lederer reads Prairie Barn (which references a barn owned by a relative by marriage of Wilson's) against Thomson's American-tinged guitar and clattering wind chimes to open chapter two. Offering and Rebuff becomes a country love song, while Stars, Songs, Faces takes on an Ornette-inspired harmolodic tone. Bringers closes the chapter with a taste of down-home gospel. Chapter three opens with Black reading Snatch of Sliphorn Jazz in a cantankerous rasp while Lederer and Wilson duet a happy accident occasioned by a power outage at the studio. Bill Frisell's soft-spoken voice on Paper 1 contrasts with Joe Lovano's hep-cat enthusiasm on its companion piece. The two are separated by Rufus Reid's throaty purr on Wilson's Beat-era throwback take on Trafficker, and the chapter ends with the lyrical I Sang. Bley reads To Know Silence Perfectly, for which Wilson made silence the vehicle for improvisation; in an approach
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  5. Music, Food And Love by Guo Yue
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  6. An inspired arrangement between Decca and Imogen Holst, led to a series of pioneering recordings of her father Gustav Holst's music, which appeared on Argo and are now comprehensively released on CD as part of the Eloquence series. In a beautifully-programmed sequence of choral music, with the little chamber music gem, the Terzetto, Imogen Holst directs performances that are sincere and refreshing. Sir Peter Pears makes an appearance too, singing the unusually but evocatively-scored Four Songs for voice and violin; his violinist is Norbert Brainin, leader of the Amadeus Quartet, no less. Imogen Holst's original notes for the LPs - 'acutely perceptive, objective and candid' noted Gramophone's reviewer Lionel Salter - are here reprinted as are the full texts. Much of the music was practically unknown at the time of this recording (beautifully captured by legendary Decca engineer Kenneth Wilkinson in London's Kingsway Hall) and well overdue for publication. 'entrancing' (Two Carols) Gramophone 'Peter Pears sings [the Four Songs for Voice and Violin] with predictable intelligence and beauty' Gramophone 'Throughout the record the Purcell Singers are in splendid form. Miss Holst is a most sensitive conductor, and the choir seems able to reflect every nuance of her intention.' Gramophone
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  7. For his Savant Records' debut, tenor saxman JD Allen went back in the studio with colleagues Gregg August and Rudy Royston, both of whom have been his regular partners on the bandstand and in the studio since 2008. They go about their business with a robust and focused melodic articulation propelled by great rhythmic drive. You will not find this trio beating a dead horse into submission. The original tracks are short, they get in, make a statement, essay some variations, and get out–short and sweet and intense. An interesting, exciting and thought-provoking release from JD Allen and company.
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  8. Port and Rail is the third album from Tasmanian electronic songwriter/producer Charles Du Cane. Mixed by Chris Townend (Silverchair, Augie March), it is a lowbrow concept album about art, war, and their co-existence. The sound is equal parts homebrew electronics, fuzzy guitar rock and blue-eyed soul.
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  9. Nine Lives And Forty Fives by Prima Donna
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  10. Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” is a live-action re-telling of the studio’s animated classic which refashions the classic characters from the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, staying true to the original music while updating the score with several new songs.
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  11. Songs Of Love And Death by Me And That Man
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  12. This is a concept album all the way, with tales of Christmas kindness intertwined with masterful musicianship as they play traditionals plus their own An Angel Came Down; First Snow; Ornament; Old City Bar , and more!
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  13. The Best Of Steely Dan: Then And Now by Steely Dan
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  14. 2009 two CD collection from Country Music's greatest couple. Johnny Cash was once infamous for his drug addiction and law breaking lifestyle. June Carter became his salvation from that life and they became absolutely devoted to one another. Their best music is presented here. Features 40 tracks including 'I Walk The Line', 'Folsom Prison Blues', 'Take Me Back To Tulsa', 'Grandma Told Me So' and many more. Primo.
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  15. Jerry Stiller wrote to Pamela Luss saying, "You're in great company: Billie, Ella, and Helen Humes. They all had soul and so do you. Thank you for changing my universe when you sing." After hearing her newest Savant recording you'll agree that Pamela Luss is unique among the jazz/cabaret stars of today. With tenor sax great Houston Person weaving in and out of Pamela's sweet-toned vocal lines, "Sweet and Saxy" certainly personifies the phrase "truth in advertising." Recorded after an appearance at NYC's Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Pamela and Houston bring a rare interplay to the music.
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  16. One of American musics most legendary acts. 13 song compilation, originally released in 1970 and now double-platinum, is a definitive introduction to the group's seminal songs.
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  17. These eleven diverse tracks make for a subtly powerful album concerned with admissions of guilt, life revelations, and failed domesticity. Thao Nguyen's music feels buoyant, even giddy at times, yet she endows her lyrics with a curious juxtaposition of gripping personal detail and saucy humor. "Nguyen's pop flourishes seem much less like the evolution of a sound than they do the fleshing out of a personality that was already there" - Prefixmag.com. Thao has toured with Laura Veirs and Great Lake Swimmers.
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