"Who knows what’s good. It’s like I’m from Louisiana man. People can tell you how good they cook down there all they want but you ain’t gonna know until you taste it."
"Servings and Portions from My Boarding House Reach" seems to be highlights of songs on the new album. It's all we have to whet our appetites for now.
If you're a lover of blues, soul, Gospel, or simply socially conscious, you're gonna want 'The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down.'
The final volume in a trilogy from the Hendrix archives, 'Both Sides of the Sky' focuses on music recorded between 1968 and Hendrix's death in 1970.
James Brown may not have been the first band leader to employ two drummers, but his decision to do so changed the game in music.
"She was in the booth and started singing, and I thought, ‘Oh my God, this is the real thing.’"