Ian Bostridge is one of the only few tenors who specialize in lieder. English composer Benjamin Britten was one of the most prolific song composers of the 20th century. In celebration of Britten's 100th birthday anniversary, Bostridge releases a recital disc devoted to the composer's lieder Britten: Songs.
Quartette Humaine is the first creative collaboration between keyboardist-composer Bob James and alto saxophonist David Sanborn since their million-selling, Grammy-winning album, Double Vision, twenty-five years ago. With this new album, James and Sanborn eschew the pop and R&B production values that mark large chunks of their careers and offer instead an all-acoustic quartet recital consisting of six new compositions by James, three pieces by Sanborn and a James-arranged standard.
Wrote a Song for Everyone
John Fogerty is one of the most respected songwriters in the history of Rock and Roll. On his new album, Fogerty produces a masterpiece, drawing from his classic songbook of hits and collaborating with some of the biggest superstars in popular music. Along with these stellar collaborations, Fogerty has also penned two brand new original songs for the album.
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