ALBUM REVIEW: John Mayer – The Search For Everything – Wave One

john-mayer-the-search-for-everything-wave-one-2017-2480x2480John Mayer has released the first four songs from his new album, The Search For Everything. It’s not a standard release process as he’s releasing four songs per month until the whole thing is out in full, which is certainly something fresh and unique. Wave One features four incredible songs including the first single Love On The Weekend which was released before Christmas last year. Each song is superb in their own unique way and if these four songs are anything to go by, The Search For Everything will be one of the best albums of 2017.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Rolling Stones – Blue & Lonesome

blue-lonesome-58445556b918eThe first studio album in over a decade sees The Rolling Stones return to their roots with an incredible blues album containing nothing but covers of classic blues numbers. There’d been a lot of speculation over the last few years as to whether the band would ever return to the studio, and even though there isn’t an original number anywhere on the album, Blue & Lonesome is one hell of a musical statement from the greatest rock and roll band of all time.

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ALBUM REVIEW: She & Him – Christmas Party

14859827_10154797468978900_7449167374637288267_oIt’s getting to that time of year where Christmas albums are being released ready for the holiday season and I was overcome with excitement a few months ago when I found out She & Him would be releasing their second Christmas album. Their first, A Very She & Him Christmas, was released in 2011 and has been a favourite of mine ever since. Their new album Christmas Party carries on the tradition in fantastic style.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Beatles – Live At The Hollywood Bowl

live-at-the-hollywood-bowl-57c7e341118e9Released to coincide with director Ron Howard’s new Beatles documentary, Eight Days A Week: The Touring YearsLive At The Hollywood Bowl is a beautifully packaged live album which was actually originally released in 1977. However this new edition has been sublimely remixed and remastered with the addition of four new songs that weren’t on the original album. The songs, all recorded from various shows the band played at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, Los Angeles, sound fantastic and about as fresh as if they were performed and recorded yesterday.

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