REVIEW: THE BELLWETHER REVIVALS by Benjamin Wood

The Bellwether Revivals is part Evelyn Waugh, part Patricia Highsmith, and part… something else.  Twilight Zone, perhaps.  The protagonist, Oscar Lowe, is a townie with few prospects in the storied university town of Cambridge.  While wandering past the King’s College chapel, he is entranced by the organ music he hears.  He sits in on the…

ALBUM REVIEW: BLOSSOM & BEE, Sara Gazarek

This is my first album review, so bear with me.  I may not know the various technical terms, but I know when jazz is good. I’ve been waiting for someone like this to come along — and for me to find her.  Diana Krall is too condescending; Tierney Sutton is too high-minded.  Ever since Miles…

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