Musicality

June 21, 2012

You found it. You were looking for something different, and it’s right here. That’s what I told myself when I listened to this spectacular CD for the first time. The Scissor Sisters’ fourth album has electricity surging through its tracks. […]

Musicality

May 24, 2012

Two words: shock and awe. It is unbelievable to me that it took the eighth album release from the Kinsey Sicks for me to finally have a thorough introduction to them. […]

Musicality

May 4, 2012

For those who missed the recent Tom Goss performance at the Record Bar, don’t be too sad — this wasn’t a particularly good show for Goss. He played well, but the Record Bar was a terrible venue for his style of music […]

Musicality

April 6, 2012

Lovers of musicals and jazz will enjoy this CD. Fans of Idina Menzel will adore it. If you hate musicals, it may be a little tough to get into, but not impossible. […]

Musicality

March 1, 2012

The beginning track of Lana Del Rey’s Born to Die is seductive, but it somehow turns into a monotonous train with one fate – derailment. I couldn’t help but keep listening to it, like a crash that one can’t help but stare at. I’m glad I did because I couldn’t have been more wrong. […]

Musicality

January 5, 2012

To be honest, at first listen, this CD didn’t impress me. I gave it a day, listened to it again and fell in love with it. […]

Musicality

October 28, 2011

Sorry, Gloria, but listening to the first few songs on this CD is like listening to a really boring Fanta commercial. None of these songs can hold a candle to Estefan’s previous hits like “Conga.” […]

Musicality

September 30, 2011

I have respect for Kristin Chenoweth’s attempt at country music, but she should probably consider going back to what she knows works for her. She may enjoy country, but her voice is better suited for pop. […]

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