Monthly Archives: October 2008

Mark Erelli: Delivered

Mark Erelli is an unusual and unusually good singer-songwriter. His songs are filled with reflective, compelling characters who struggle for solutions against long odds. His latest recording, "Delivered," arrives as he became a father, perhaps inspiring Erelli to be equal … Continue reading

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Daniel Dorff: The Tortoise and the Hare & Other Tales

Daniel Dorff’s compositions cover the full range of concert music. His works for young audiences are wonderful orchestral renderings – some with original lyrics – that tell fun stories while teaching about music, instruments and orchestras. "The Tortoise and the … Continue reading

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Jim Boggia: Misadventures in Stereo

Jim Boggia is a pop-rock craftsman whose latest recording, "Misadventures in Stereo," is filled with striking and captivating songs. The CD is divided into two sides, like a vinyl record, where Boggia explores his and others’ misadventures. Throughout, he wraps … Continue reading

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George Duke: Dukey Treats

George Duke, the master keyboardist, composer and producer remembers when funk was a musical and social force. But Duke never made a funk album – until now. For "Dukey Treats," he assembled band members from current and past projects, added … Continue reading

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