Playlist: The Relatives, Fleetwood Mac, Beethoven
Posted February 18, 2013
Things Are Changing | The Relatives
Your ears will find salvation with this slice of psychedelic gospel-funk, from the new The Electric Word.
Sit Across Your Table | Otis Taylor
Our most iconoclastic modern bluesman offers a rare upbeat burner, from the new My World Is Gone.
Salford Sunday | Richard Thompson
Why was I "such a hardnose," the master guitarist laments on this kicking-himself track from the new Electric.
Whipping Post | Allman Brothers Band
Feel the pain and fury on this live track from a just-released 1972 recording of the band's first concert in hometown Macon, Ga., after Duane's death.
Rhapsody in the Rain | Lou Christie
Happy birthday Tuesday to the '60s pop star with the three-octave range.
Symphony No. 7 | Ludwig van Beethoven
Violinist Joshua Bell conducts the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields on this masterwork, paired with Symphony No. 4 on their new album.
Oh, Daddy | Fleetwood Mac
Much-missed Christine McVie sounds totally despondent on this live track from the new expanded 35th anniversary version of Rumours.
In Your Way | Bobby Long
A Brit embraces Americana on the fine new Wishbone, of which this heartbreaker is a highlight.
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down | Miles Davis
The trumpeter's highly combustible "lost band," featuring Wayne Shorter and Chick Corea, is captured on Live in Europe 1969: The Bootleg Series Vol. 2.
Don't Fuss Nor Fight | Barrington Levy
The title of his new anthology, Sweet Reggae Music, says it all.
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