The Album Review: A Tribute to Eva Cassidy By Margriet Sjoerdsma
This clearly delineates the intention of this production: It should not be about a vocal competition or something similar, but about the own contribution or a tribute to the artist Eva Cassidy, who died much too early from cancer.
The Album Review: The Best Of By Tommy Schneider and Friends
Tommy Schneider and Brian Auger continue the tradition of the great Jimmy Smith on the Hammond Organ. Tommy released together with superb soloists three albums with groovy and warm sounds from blues, soul and swing, funk and latino with rock elements from their guitar player.
The Album Review: Slow Train By Hans Theessink

This superbly recorded and engineered album transferred on tape has been copied from the Master and will put you in front of a terrific selection of classic tunes, with some tracks supported by lovely vocals from both male and female singers. 

The Album Review: A Lazy Afternoon By André Rabini with Strings
This superbly recorded and engineered album of German jazz singer André Rabini performs twelve beloved standards by Henry Mancini, Hoagy Carmichael, George & Ira Gershwin, Rodgers & Hart, Cole Porter and more.
Time Back To The Future: With Music On High Fidelity Tape
Music is one of the most wonderful things that can help hold us all together. For enthusiasts and audiophiles, this evolution is long overdue and is considered the analogue sound source par excellence. The u...