Download: When I Was A Boy; Love And Rain; Dirty To The Bone
Download: Aquaria; Bombs Away; C.U.R.E.; Brooklyn Gamma
Nick Coleman reviews Jeff Lynne's Elo's new album
Download: Shake It Little Tina; Me N Annie; Dickie’s Bringin’ Me Down; Danny’s Outta Money
Download: Est. 1980s; Mother May I; Robin Williams; Music to My Soul
“To hear him play the blues was a special thing.” Evan Parker’s verdict on his friend and fellow-saxophonist sums up the reactions of those who worked alongside Ray Warleigh during a 65-year career in British jazz, rock and r’n’b. A self-effacing figure who always played for the band and for the music rather than for the spotlight, Warleigh had almost drifted out of sight as far as the record-buying public was concerned when Parker organised a 2009 studio date for him with studio drummer Tony Marsh. It yielded the CD Rue Victor Masse on Parker’s Psi label, a set that once again vividly demonstrated Warleigh’s perfectionism.
The awards will see Albarn renew his Britpop rivalry with the Noel Gallagher, the former Oasis songwriter
He's hardly misleading the youth: Generation Y has turned into Generation Y Bother Getting High, It’ll Stop You From Getting A Job
Thousands of US citizens are begging the White House to instruct the deportation of the troubled star back to Canada
As the Royal Opera opens its new Don Giovanni, Jessica Duchen argues that its theme of moral vacuity is as relevant now as in Mozart's day
Winners in selected categories at the 56th annual Grammy Awards announced Sunday during ceremonies at the Nokia Theatre and Staples Center were as follows:
Or so say the bookies, who fancy Bieber’s chances of landing himself a lengthy jail sentence after his recent spate of arrests
The alleged victim's flatmate also gave evidence, and claimed she was "stressed" and "upset" after the reporter visited Travis' home
The 1960s was a golden era for young French female pop singers with risqué lyrics
The band’s latest album takes them way beyond the jangly indie-pop for which the quartet are still known
Having begun her career as a computer games journalist in her native Brazil, Ana De Moraes is to take on one of the most important creative roles at the BBC.