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Product: Audio CD
Title: A Good Day
Label: P.S. Classics
Artist: Jessica Molaskey, John Pizzarelli
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
incredible


Jessica Molaskey has graduated from being the femme fatale inside her husband, jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli's album cover to being an incredible solo artist in her own right and conquering the jazz medium. With her second solo album, A Good Day, she tackles the song stylings of Peggy Lee and effectively channels the sultriness and smokiness of the singer. Jessica herself has said that as a Broadway performer, it is easier to get up and sing loudly than it is to sing quietly, and she performs the transition deftly and admirably. Her renditions of "I Don't Know Enough About You," "How Come You Ain't Got Me," and "Small World" resonate long after listening to them, "Adam and Eve" never fails to crack me up, and "The Girl With His Smile and My Eyes" touches my heart and brings me to tears simultaneously. Again, she collaborates with her husband, John Pizzarelli (similar to Peggy Lee collaborating with her guitarist husband) and his band, and they are an added bonus to this already wonderful album.
So, when's the third one coming out?



Product: Audio CD
Title: Moon Safari
Label: Caroline
Artist: Air
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
sweet seduction


Easily one of the finest albums ever. Seriously, this is up there with Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" and The Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds." Enough has been written about this album to demonstrate its virtuosity, so I will say one thing: "Get this album, and play it when you are in any mood, you cannot go wrong."



Product: Audio CD
Title: It Was All a Dream
Label: Bad Boy
Artist: Dream
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
i love dream


Dream express there feelings that's what i like about them



Product: Audio CD
Title: Superman - The Movie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label: Rhino Records
Artist:
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Definitive release of a classic film score!


Possibly the best movie score since BEN HUR (1959), John Williams' great effort is finally given its due by Rhino Records. I have listened to the 150 minutes of music several times during the past week and never tire. The new Rhino release is a great improvement over the prior, abridged CD, which reflected the LP release of 20 years ago. The sound may not be up to todays standards, but its a minor complaint. A bigger problem is Rhino's surprisingly flimsy packaging. The booklet is suberb, but overall the packaging is disappointing. Producers Nick Redmond and Michael Matessino are to congradulated for completeing this massive restoration project. Perhaps a special Grammy Award is in order? Get this release, no movie music lover should be without it.