Beck awakens with his first release in six years and raises the bar yet again.
An immediately enjoyable, Celtic-flavor infused compilation of old and new holiday numbers, rendered by terrific instrumentalists
Prince’s debut album For You sounds full and warm in this high-resolution lossless download from HDtracks.
Astral Weeks was Van Morrison’s breakthrough album in 1968 quite unlike his previous recordings. This Rhino/Warner Brothers high resolution re-mastering effort gives listeners a good taste of what made Morrison the musical legend that he was to become.
Love Has Come for You is a folksy and evocative collection of 13 songs that take these two artists into new personal territories of Americana with fine results.
Four mandolin virtuosos tackle some mainstream classical repertory with generally good results. Excellent sound recording puts each soloist in your listening room.
The Ronn McFarlane/Mindy Rosenfeld duo take us on a tour of ancient music with simply super results. The Blu-ray surround recording produces incredible clarity and makes these players come to life in the listening room.
Joni Mitchell’s 1974 commercial triumph, Court and Spark, arrives in a fine high-res download from Rhino.
Joni Mitchell’s fourth studio album, the raw and melancholic Blue, has never sounded better than it does in this lossless high-resolution download from HDtracks.
Sweet Baby James, James Taylor’s debut album for Warner Brothers is a self-recommending collection of JT originals and covers. The high-resolution remastering gives us a lot of warmth and ambience that was missing in the previous CD versions.