Record & CD Reviews
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The Way I Feel (2002) by Remy Shand
Illya Kuryakin Reid (5/5): This cd sound is classic neo soul at its best the use of classic synths and rhoads throughout gives it the vibe of yester...
Dwitza by Ed Motta
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Another 5 point rating. Why would I add less albums here?
A very special album from Ed Motta from Rio de Janeiro....
Did You Lose Me? (2002) by Invisible Doctors
Stu Barnes (5/5): Tops. Cool Rhodes, ripping Hammond B3, tight-ass drums and bass, and trippy guitar, all wrapped up with psychidelic (I suppose) ly...
Live @ Skydive Sebastian (2002) by Rudy
Jeffo (5/5): The absolute best funky band EVER! You have to hear this band live- you'll be rockin your booty off! For sure. Don't miss their...
The Infinite (2002) by Dave Douglas
Peter Kenney (5/5): Fantastic playing from Uri Caine on Rhodes. Some interesting modern jazz takes on modern pop material such as Poses by R...
Verve//Remixed (2002) by Various Artists
Juergen Martens (5/5): For me, the most interesting "new" music comes from people brushing up timeless vinyl treasures from periods some tim...
Spirit Of The Sun (2002) by Kyoto Jazz Massive
Juergen Martens (5/5): This great NuJazz recording from 2002 once again proves that IF the Japanese start doing something, you BET they'll d...
O Vendedor De Flores (2002) by Ricardo Duna
cecildes (5/5): Sames as Michael Franks and Chet Baker togheter, and Tom Jobim, of course! This is the real bossa nova new and light.
The Electric Bill (2002) by Bill Carrothers
peter downes (5/5): A soulful and beautifully played CD that is great to listen to when you are working late into the evening. I would like ...
Juslisen (2002) by Musiq
danny t (5/5): Soulful