A 1960s one-hit wonder, up-and-coming folksingers, a punk-rock reissue, and more new releases.
An anthology offers 51 trips to doo-wop heaven. Also: Michael Weston King’s first solo outing in 10 years and Elvis Costello covers from My Darling Clementine.
In a 2001 concert, the Knack relive their glory days. Also, reviews of three more noteworthy releases.
A box set collects the first five solo albums from Dire Straits’ leader and Lindell hits a home run with his sophomore release.
A superlative live set from the late Willy DeVille embraces genres ranging from punk and Cajun to doo-wop and Latin.
A musical response to racism, an overlooked jazz singer, a blues-guitar set, and an emotional folk-rock journey.