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Music Review: Al Park Better Already — The Songs of Al Park
Al Park has been at the front of all things music in Christchurch, writes Tony Nielsen.
Music Review: Mark Knopfler, Down the Road Wherever
Mark Knopfler has a knack for telling stories through song, writes Tony Nielsen.
Music review: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Electric Ladyland
<i>Electric Ladyland</i> is an unbridled visit to a music visionary, writes Tony Nielsen.
Music review: Bob Corritore & Friends, Don't Let the Devil Ride
Bob Corritore is a standout, and Don't Let the Devil Ride a showcase of his talents.
Music Review: Holly Arrowsmith, A Dawn I Remember, The Label
Holly Arrowsmith showcases pure tones in new album.
Music review: Darren Watson, Too Many Millionaires
The acoustic approach really delivers on this album.
Music Review: Hopetoun Brown, Don't Let Them Lock You Up
Hopetoun Blues are a little more diverse with sounds on this new album.
Music Review: The Nick Moss Band, featuring Dennis Gruenling, The High Cost of Low Living
Chicago's Alligator Records shows a knack for high quality talent with the Nick Moss Band.
Music Review: Mary Gauthier, Rifles and Rosary Beads
I strongly suggest you also pay attention to Mary Gauthier, says Tony Nielsen.
Music Review: Classic Kiwi Hits, How Is The Air Up There?
See if you recognise most of the 80 songs on this compilation of classic Kiwi hits.
Music Review: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Soul of a Woman
Sharon Jones has become the focus of a revival of a soul and funk music.
Music Review: Cecile McLoren Salvant, Dreams and Daggers
After Dreams and Daggers, you'll want to add Cecile McLoren Salvant to your watch-list.
Music Review: Kamasi Washington, Harmony of Difference
If you listen to <i>Harmony of Difference</i> just once you'll want to see him live.
Music Review: Tommy Castro and the Painkillers, Stompin' Ground
Stompin' Ground is a knockout on first listen and just gets better with every play.