1. I'm Into you (feat Lil Wayne) – Jennifer Lopez – Sure it is over produced, everything is, but whoever is programing the beats knows their shit, Lil Wayne is excellent -as good as he has been since prison, and J Lo may not be able to sing but you can sure project.
Criminal – BritneySpears – Exemplifies what is wrong with the album, a heart beat not fast enough, song is catchy but recycled. Sounds like Madonna but deep cut nothing early 1990s Madonna.
On An On – Mac Miller – Like Asher Roh only without the one hit
Screws Get Loose – Those Darlins – Like the Archies on amphetimes, Care Bears On Fire wipe the floor with em.
Windows – Broken Bells – Unbearably bleepy bullshit.
Wooden (Wooden Whjps Remix) – Heavy up the bass, fuzz out the synths, slow it down.
Que Veux-Tu – Yelle – Electronic pop with a pretty good French chick taking the lead.
Hallelujah, I Love Her So – Wynton Marsalis And Willie Nelson – from the Lincoln Center Ray Charles tribute. Not bad… but completely irrelevant.
Second Chance – Peter Bjorn And John – 80s influence synth pop.
Crumbling – Emery – Thre is a whole world of bands that sound like the grungers Live and this is one of them.
someone T O Love me (Naked) – Mary J. Blige – Kinda funny a song with every thing but the brooklyn Bridge in it called naked… the "nya nya nya" are a great hook. TRACK OF THE WEEK
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – September 1985 (Volume 17, Number 4)
Rock ‘n’ roll is dead. We’re just dancin’ on its grave
Brief Encounters: New Album Releases 3-17-23 – 3-23-22
a coming of age for modern Arabic pop and not Arabic Sahara garage
Back in 2009 We Went To The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Museum New York Annex Here Is Our Report (Before Its Abrupt Closure!!)
kids picking out songs on guitars and discovering they too can do it
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – August 1985 (Volume 17, Number 3)
squirming around on her back like she’d just received a double dose of injectable pig wormer
Money, Money, Money: Buying Tickets In 2023
one of the worst endings to a major concert
Sharon Van Etten At The Troubadour, Sunday March 19th 2023
“I always dreamed of playing the Troubadour”
Single by Single review Of Paul McCartney’s The 7″Singles Box Reviewed
a master of melody and less so a master of genre
Creem – America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine, Reviewed Issue By Issue – July 1985 (Volume 17, Number 2)
Bill Holdship’s piece on Prince is excellent