A former violinist with Alejandro Escovedo steps out for a set of dreamy folk-rock including a cover of "Glad & Sorry" by Ronnie Lane, whom she also played with.
By Erick Zeidenberg on 04.22.11 in Reviews
To some bands, the idea of a cool cover is to take some guilty-pleasure tune and play it at either high-octane speeds or super-sloppy, as if to suggest that the whole pursuit is nothing more than the wink of a musical ey...
By Lenny Kaye on 04.22.11 in Reviews
Though this relatively late 1995 you-are-there leans more toward Mr. Tim's hard-rock fascinations, such as AC/DC's "Highway to Hell," there is no doubt that Tiny celebrated the vocal mannerisms and infl...
By Robert Ham on 02.25.15 in Features
From Shania Twain to Patrick Wolf, these musicians couldn't leave well enough alone and rerecorded their work.
By Marc Hogan on 12.22.14 in Features
On albums as events, changing listening habits and Lana Del Rey