Bob Dylan: Modern Times

Welcome to Bob Dylan’s Modern Times, which sounds about as “modern” as a Model T Ford. The legend's new album has become his first #1 record since 1976’s Desire, to which Modern Times is a kindred spirit; both follow career defining albums which critics hailed as “The Re-birth of Dylan.”

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Neil Young: Prairie Wind

hankfully once ever decade or so Neil Young gets back together with his most underrated band, The Stray Gators (in this case the surviving members of the band), and releases an album that is an immediate masterpiece. Young ditches his electric guitar and gets back to a rootsy, acoustic sound with songs that seemed ripped from some small Midwestern town that has tumbleweeds blowing down the street, and an old man on every porch with a story to tell. Completing the trilogy that started with 1972

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Ray Charles: Genius Loves Company

Why even bother critiquing anything from the fingertips and voice of Ray Charles? Why find fault with a legend who, in the words of Johnny Mathis is

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