Me & Joe by Max Gomez

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by Lee Zimmerman

Max Gomez has a natural affinity for making music of the well worn and slightly…

The Wild by Rural Alberta Advantage

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by Mark Seder

In a very real sense, The Wild proves a descriptive title for this, the fourth…

Cry Cry Cry by Wolf Parade

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by Lee Zimmerman

There’s something to be said for music with mystique. Ready refrains aside, the lure that…

Undivided Heart & Soul by JD McPherson

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by Lee Zimmerman

JD McPherson doesn’t mess around. On the final song of his new album, he declares…

Black Irish by Shannon McNally

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Having originated in the most difficult of circumstances -- after nursing her terminally ill mother…

Hustle Up Starlings by Matthew Ryan

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by Lee Zimmerman

Matthew Ryan’s built his career by creating an elusive sort of sound. Despite his knack…

Clipper Ship by Wooden Wand

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by Lee Zimmerman

The nom de plum for singer-songwriter James Jackson Toth, Wooden Wand has been variously labelled…

Still Testifying by My Darling Clementine

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by Lee Zimmerman

At first, Michael Weston King’s decision to team up with his wife, singer Lou Dalgeish,…

The Deadmen by The Deadmen

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Judging by the solemn faces and the weathered expressions of the foursome that grace the…

Adios by Glen Campbell

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When it was learned that Glen Campbell had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease in 2011,…

Toto - Live at Montreux 1991

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by Lee Zimmerman

By the time Toto was invited to play the famed Montreux Jazz Festival in 1991,…

I’m Glad Trouble Don’t Last Always by Luke Winslow-King

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by Lee Zimmerman

With five albums to his credit, Luke Winslow-King has sought to establish himself as a…

Sharkmouth by Russell Morris

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by Lee Zimmerman

Russell Morris is something of a legend in his native Australia, boasting an esteemed stature…

It’s a World of Love and Hope by The Flat Five

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by Lee Zimmerman

If ever an album lived up to its billing, then It’s A Wonderful World of Love…