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CD Review :: Forever

By JC Alvarez | Jun 15
On "Forever" DJ/Remix producer Alesso is determined to push the boundaries of EDM further -- and he may have succeeded on an effort that has heart as well as energy to last... forever!

CD Review :: An American In Paris - Original Broadway Cast Recording

By Steven Bergman | Jun 12
This "new" Gershwin musical may seem to be a tired concept, but, thanks to the wonderful instrumental pieces included, it creates a recording worth obtaining.

CD Review :: Another Piece of Me

By Kitty Drexel | Jun 11
The title track, "Another Piece of Me" is a sweet ode to the people who made Bundy the woman she is today. The album, like the song, is a compilation of songs that describe Bundy through music. It's a twee sentiment but sincere.

CD Review :: Love Life

By JC Alvarez | Jun 9
R&B gets real on Tamia's freshly minted "Love Life," which rings true from start to finish. If you haven't fallen for this Canadian import (again) by the end of this album, it's time to hit repeat.

CD Review :: Those Younger Days

By Bill Biss | Jun 9
A spirit and heartfelt love of music is truly captivating in the fusion of mandolin, violin, banjo and harmonies that creates this distinctive blend of Americana and alternative sounds.

CD Review :: Side Show: Added Attractions Live At 54 Below

By Steven Bergman | Jun 8
The latest recording in the "Live at 54 Below" series features alternate versions and cut songs from the recently closed revival about the complex lives of Daisy and Violet Hilton.

CD Review :: Side Show - Original 2014 Broadway Cast Recording

By Steven Bergman | Jun 8
A new recording about the famous conjoined twins preserves the latest Broadway production of this "cult classic."

CD Review :: Tokio Confidential

By Kitty Drexel | Jun 2
This is a musical about the art of tattooing and the stigma of tattoos.

CD Review :: Liberty - Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording

By Steven Bergman | Jun 2
This new Off-Broadway musical means well in its concepts, but the score lacks the compassion to maintain the listener.

Theatre Review :: Crossing

By Robert Nesti | Jun 1
25-year old Matthew Aucoin has been getting a great deal of media attention of late for being the classical musical world's brightest new talent. With "Crossing," his opera based on themes by Walt Whitman, he lives up to that promise.

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