Perhaps it's the true of heart who are best suited to play great villains, because they're most qualified to understand the consequences.
Ramsey Lewis was so cool he made Joe Cool look square.
As a lover of film scores, I've long appreciated Jerry Goldsmith's work.
Let the Record Show also offers a template for future social movements, with lessons we would all be wise to remember.
Beyond the Missouri Sky has been comforting me for twenty-five years.
Miami Vice provides a telling commentary on the struggle between good and evil in the American landscape of the 1980s.
Night Beat feels like one of Sam Cooke's most personal recordings.
Transitions require us to slow down, and maybe that's the point.
Kingdom never loses hope that even the most incorrigible of individuals can be reasoned with.
One of the best ways to understand a place and its people is to listen to their stories.