Monthly Archives: February 2019
Madonna’s first albums coincided with the distribution of CDs on the market and her subsequent works clearly show how priorities changed in recording. Let’s look at them in more detail.
On June 14, Madonna released her 14th album, “Madame X”. In school essays firmly settled word form — “in the novel reflected” and then clerical La-La from someone else’s essay. More adult writers at this point embark on discussions about the many faces of the pop diva, her works and other merits. Well what can I say, the woman-the beauty, the Pantheon of gods, where are we, and where is she? So we’ll take a parallel path.To date, Hi-Res editions have only touched five releases from Madonna’s discography. Continue reading
Little-known composers, significant composers and play Bach “as it should be”, according to the notes. This is the catch of June.
It is gratifying when musicians fearlessly change their roles. This is, of course, about the reissue of Keith Jarrett’s Bach album. It’s also great when star musicians bring out good contemporary composers. Or they make conceptual programs around some humane idea that everyone can understand. And it turns out to be a classic for everyone, but not a simple crossover, but — for people with sensitive ears. Continue reading