It's no Aja, but the Steely Dan honchos 'soundtrack for this rarely seen early Richard Pryor vehicle is a precursor to what would be; recorded two years before the Dan congealed, it's an historical imperative for Dan completists.
By Richard Gehr on 04.22.11 in Reviews
Shankar makes his sitar sound like a demonic electronic instrument on his score for the British art film Viola. Short, experimental pieces like "Madness" and "Torment" work up to a moody froth....
By George Smith on 03.29.02 in Reviews
Knocking it out in the clubs with other Brit bands all wishing to get a piece of Led Zeppelin's growing glory in 1970, Killing Floor turned in this album of bruising and energetic bluesy thud. You can hear mid-'7...
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