Bruce Springsteen is a master who takes his audiences to the heart and soul of rock and roll as a communal experience on The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts.
Claudia Hoyser has a honey-thick country music voice and affects a bad girl persona, or more precisely, the kind of girl attracted to a bad boy.
The Beau Brummels’ Turn Around: The Complete Recordings (1964-1970) presents the San Francisco band in all of their folk-rock glory.
Diana Ross considers Thank You to be a “songbook of love”, and indeed all 13 cuts are explicitly about love, but there’s little passion in her romanticisms.
On Faster, Samantha Fish ventures into new territory from country rock to hard rock, to pop and R&B to hip-hop, without sacrificing her essential toughness.
Home in This World: Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl Ballads may not be as revelatory as the original album, but it’s still quite good and serves a worthwhile purpose.