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Mar 26 2007, 18h54 por kappazetaWell, it happens often to me, especially in these days, to listen to the radio and not to the music I have stored in my laptop.
Despite the fact that I got tons of new music (Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse, Arcade Fire, of Montreal, Tobias Lilja, Cree Summer and more...) I'm really addicted to BBC 6 Music channel.
Don't know why, but maybe that's because in Italy we don't have a radio station like 6 Music (well, some local radios, but not many). And it's not only about listening to new music... radio is a great media, I think.
Abr 17 2006, 23h07 por jbrotherloveReview, taken from my website...
On The Jungle Floor
In 1989, when Lenny Kravitz dropped Let Love Rule, his debut was met with equal critical acclaim and criticism. First listen proved Kravitz's musical prowess was undeniable. However, many found it difficult to differentiate Kravitz from his influences (heavy doses of Prince, Sly Stone and The Beatles). It wasn't until Lenny released Are You Gonna Go My Way(his third), that he successfully began internalizing his musical heroes and expressing himself from a distinctive point of view.
Van Hunt would do well to take note of Kravitz's legacy; expressly because his influences are nearly identical (while encompassing Kravitz) and are reproduced just as nakedly on On The Jungle Floor, the follow-up his Grammy-nominated, self-titled 2004 debut.
Throughout On The Jungle Floor, Van Hunt showcases a boatload of additional style compared to his debut. …
Ago 23 2005, 17h38 por primuslutaPerhaps one of the most tragic tales in music. This album was under promoted because Cree was signed to a Sony/Work label that was trying to launch a Jennifer Lopez music career. Considering the recent developments on J.Lo and payola, the fans really lost out on this one.
Produced by Lenny Kravitz this is probably one of his best work (save that one song he actually sings on which is the only low point in the album). If you can find it, get this album.