The “Piano Man” himself busts out a cover of Shelton Brooks’ 1917 ragtime hit “Darktown Strutters’ Ball”.
Piano-playing songwriter finds motivation in inspirational lyrics and DIY energy.
A piano-and-vocals reworking of the album’s songs alongside Thomas “Doveman” Bartlett.
The 12-track LP was recorded with Thomas “Doveman” Bartlett.
Nine raw tracks recorded to cassette at Prince’s Kiowa Trail home studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
Listen to a raw recording of the 19th century spiritual “Mary Don’t You Weep”.
Two new tribute albums arrive today, one featuring pop and rock oriented artists, the other consists of country-style covers.
Another preview of Revamp, one of two forthcoming tribute albums to the piano legend.
These are the albums that continue to shine or have revealed a hidden luster along the way.
Singer-songwriter’s 15th album is her most ferocious and political yet.
The inimitable singer-songwriter recounts her artistic journey toward Native Invader.
Shit is fucked, and Amos reminds us that it’s okay to feel and do something about that.