The great Irish singer’s new set is less than great. Also, an excellent new folk/pop duo and a live set reminds us that a fine composer could sing ’em as well as she could write ’em.
A 1997 Van Morrison album reappears in an expanded three-CD edition. Plus, new albums from the Honey Dewdrops and Tylor & the Train Robbers, and a 1968 concert set from the Bee Gees.
A new film chronicles the life of underappreciated music producer Bert Berns. Plus, a CD from veteran country songwriter John Scott Sherrill and a covers collection from John Wesley Harding.
On his 38th studio album, Van Morrison interprets classics from writers like George and Ira Gershwin and Cole Porter. Plus, releases from Mark Olson, Michael Johnathon, and Ethiopian & His All Stars, and a blues compilation.
No rock group ever bade farewell to its fans more memorably than the Band. On Thanksgiving Day in 1976—after eight
Though only 27 years old in the spring of 1973, Van Morrison had already compiled an astonishing catalog of music.