The Da Vinci Code

Any time you see the name Hans Zimmer attached to a soundtrack you know that you will be hearing some high quality music. Soundtracks or scores are very important to films. Without the music there are many scenes that would not make you cry or feel scared. He has really Continue Reading

Neil Young

It is quite an accomplishment for an artist of Neil Young's age to be releasing two albums in less than a year. Obviously what compelled him to write this album were very strong anti-war and anti-Bush sentiments. It is also something when an artist can focus that kind of rage Continue Reading

Chris Stills

I played this CD for a co-worker while stating my shock over how Chris Stills, the son of Steven Stills of Crosby, Stills and Nash fame, sings in French. She replied, as if it was common knowledge, "Well, of course, his mother is singer VĂ©ronique Sanson and he was born Continue Reading

Keane

Say it ain't so! Apparently the dark nature of this follow-up album from the brilliant British band Keane was in part due to the fact that they were on the verge of breaking up during the writing/recording of it. Hang in there boys! There can never be too much good Continue Reading