- Music Reviews
- August 7, 2020
Live at Goose Lake, August 8th, 1970 (Third Man Records). Review by Scott Adams.
MITH (Jagjaguwar). Review by James Mann.
Trouble Man (Hipp-O Select/Motown). Review by Scott Adams.
Thirty-five years of Soul Train on three DVDs leaves Scott Adams with a serious ’70s jones.
Black Moses / Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak) (Stax). Review by Scott Adams.
Robert Mugge’s documentary about Al Green’s tragedy-strewn return to the Church is given the deluxe 25th Anniversary DVD treatment. Can Scott Adams get an amen?
Matt Parish looks into the eyes of soul at a recent Leon Russell show.
Chris Catania files a report from the Chicago stop of the hip-hoptastic Bounce Tour, featuring N.W.A. alumni and pop culture junkies-turned-rappers- like Madlib- alike. And of course, tour headliner and organizer, dj Peanut Butter Wolf.
Travelin’ On (King Mouse). Review by Andrew Ellis.
White Bread Black Beer (Nonesuch/Rough Trade). Review by Ben Varkentine.
eMOTIVe (Virgin). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Changing Into Me (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Heart (Arts & Crafts). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Late Night Tales (Ultra Records). Review by Bill Campbell.
Liza Hearon talks to Sleater-Kinney’s Carrie Brownstein about women in rock, Eddie Vedder and watching 13-year-olds make out in front of the stage.
Ten Thousand Mornings (Signature Sounds). Review by Matt Cibula.
Crack (Red Tide). Review by Matt Cibula.
The Way I Feel (Motown). Review by Bill Campbell.
Or You Could Just Go Through Your Whole Life and Be Happy Anyway / Bliss Out v. 18 (Darla). Review by Henry "Hank" McCoy.
The ubiquitous trombonist has finally busted out with his first solo record, Cherry. Now Josh Roseman talks to Matt Cibula about what it’s like to be a "sex symbol rock-star trombone player."