Don’t believe the (negative) hype: The Beatles-meet-Peggy Lee pop-noir of “Inch By Inch” is one more reason to give Goodbye Cruel World a closer listen.
Nominated for a Best Live Action Short Oscar last year, the powerful, suspenseful Just Before Losing Everything was too easy to miss—but we won’t let you.
Chaplin’s plea for unity was dismissed the first time the world needed to hear it. Let’s not make that mistake again.
He invented funk, defined the sound of New Orleans, and crafted #1 records for countless artists. But his favorite creation was a song almost nobody heard.
“A Voice In The Dark” is a song so effortlessly meticulous, it’s as much a career culmination as a career highlight.
“Deportee” is a song of loneliness, judgment, and yearning for the secret life of Frank Sinatra.