There are a few false notes, but this collection of lush and tranquil piano solos will smooth out all the rough edges in your life. At least for a little while.
The new CD is a party. The kind of party you’ll remember for a long time. If you can still remember anything.
It’s a bracing and skillful CD from Tina Eck and Keith Carr. It’s wonderful fun. Buy it and play it until it skips.
The High Kings’ latest album has its high points. And its low points, but thankfully, more of the former than the latter. A preview.
The Philly-based band tackles its most ambitious project yet, a triumphant concept album based on the Irish copper mining rats of Butte, Montana.