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A lean tough set that was not only a triumph for Peebles, but illustrated how the Hi label had surpassed its crosstown Stax rival for quality Memphis soul in the early 70's.
There is no shortage of superlatives to adorn Aretha Franklin's "Live at Fillmore West" for it is one of the most riveting concerts ever captured live.
Janos Starker recorded Bach's Cello Suites five times, two of which are available on CD. The first in 1965 for Mercury Living Presence, was a triumph. He set his reputation for technical perfection, sensitive phrasing and a supreme expressive intensity.
Don't let the technicalities put you off. Yes this is deep Bach. But this is also very accessible Bach. This is fun Bach. This is Bach, the sublime, played by one of the cello's best performers.
Dylan had remained, in front of us, or writing from the north country, and remained true. He was not the only one, of course, he is not the only one now. But of all the poets, Dylan is the one who has most clearly taken the roiled sea and put it in a glass.
Of the four Brahms concertos, there is much to be said for the individuality and artistic integrity of each: but there is most to be said, as an entity, for the violin concerto.
Analog Reissue True to Producer’s Original Intent of Putting Carole King in the Room With You: Experience and Feel Every Organic Nuance, Suggestive Delivery, Intimate Note
You can literally picture King’s piano beside her, and her voice—sincere, tender, melodic—is rich, full-bodied, and penetrating. Listeners can even hear it crack on occasion, the results a consequence of her nerves. Unpolished and non-synthetic, the performance is better for it.
Corelli's concerti are remarkable for their careful construction and finish, and in particular for the grace and dignity of their slow movements. The Christmas Concerto is perhaps his best-known composition in this field, and is an excellent example of his style.
Of some performers and listeners alike they are in general agreement that the Dvorak Concerto belongs in the very front rank - many say at the top of the list.
It is a sort of musical compliment to Bruch's long devotion to folk music that what is considered on of his most representative works should have sprung from an alien tradition.
Dvorak himself is reported to have said that in this symphony he wanted to write a work with individual ideas worked out in a new way. He succeeded in doing this.