At 75, Milt Jackson is older than Union Station (1934-39), a National Historic Site in whose vast Spanish Baroque-styled ticket hall the vibraphonist fielded a quartet on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But…
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The mission of Manchester, England, dance-rock band the Space Monkeys is simple enough: musical time-travel 10 years into the past, with a nod to the cutting edge.
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German helmer Monika Treut's ongoing journey through the outer reaches of feminism and sexuality reaches "Didn't Do It for Love," a portrait of Norwegian-born actress-turned-sex therapist Eva…
"Comedian Harmonists" is a big, enjoyable musical biopic of the kind Hollywood used to produce in the '50s. Conventionally structured but high on production values, this true story of a hugely…
The wide-eyed approach toward reggae taken by London-based singer Finley Quaye certainly has the potential to broaden the genre's contemporary appeal, but his low-key live execution -- as evidenced…
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