Betty Davis – Betty Davis

Punk-Funk at its flamboyant flirty best (BYO Afro) This is one funky album. Before the Black Eyed Peas came along with their “yes to sex” and other puerile lyrical fantasies, there was Betty Davis, who legend has it was as mad as a cut snake, whose own lusty lyrics would make even Beyoncé blush. Betty’s… Read More Betty Davis – Betty Davis

The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out

Dave Brubeck emerged after the Second World War as a pianist whose eclectic style owed itself to several different schools of piano playing. Throughout the 1950’s, Brubeck enjoyed as much commercial success as any jazz musician could have wished for, becoming one of the biggest acts in the business. Famous mostly for his experiments with… Read More The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Time Out

John Coltrane – A Love Supreme

A Love Supreme is John Coltrane’s great masterpiece, and one of the most spiritually moving jazz records ever made. Recorded in December 1964, with McCoy Tyner (piano), Elvin Jones (drums) and Jimmy Garrison (bass), the album’s four part suite is brilliantly executed from beginning to end, in a way that is both gripping and engaging… Read More John Coltrane – A Love Supreme