What Have You Done For Us Lately
A recent lack of album releases is partially to blame; after keeping an admirable pace through about 2003, her output slowed considerably, especially in terms of English-language records.
In with the ‘New’ (as in, his new album out today) is Macca’s philosophy right now, but we’re taking a look backwards to the not-so-distant past.
There’s a certain breed of artists who came to prominence in the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, who enjoyed a great amount of success with trailblazing pop records. At a certain point, they began to coast, their new albums feeling more like calling cards to let you know they’re still there.
A part of his charm is that Costello follows his wandering interests, generating unexpected works. You never know what will come next: a rocker, a charmer, an evolution or a retrospective.
Here’s a primer on Trent Reznor’s many, many projects after Nine Inch Nails waved goodbye in 2009.
Upon the release of Sabbath’s first album with Ozzy in three decades, “13,” let’s have a look at how the members’ recent outputs have held up to the group’s considerable legacy.
In What Have You Done For Us Lately? we examine the recent output by legendary artists. The latest target: Willie Nelson, who just turned 80 and released yet another new album.
In honor of John Fogerty’s new album, “Wrote A Song For Everyone,” let’s have a look at his recorded output since 1997, when a new album seemed to rejuvenate and reinvigorate the CCR frontman.
Eric Clapton is the only musician to be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame three times. But how does his work since 2000 hold up to his ’60s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s material?
In which we gauge David Bowie’s five albums, take a hard look and see how they have held up… and maybe help you to find a few gems that you overlooked, just as Bowie releases his new album “The Next Day.”