Adolf Alzuphar

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REVIEW Joyce – Visions Of Dawn

By 30 June, 2016

Joyce’s ‘previously-lost’ Visions of Dawn album is set to be re-released on vinyl by Far Out Recordings. Recorded in 1976 in Paris, which was then a hub of Latin American political expatriation, though not released until 2009 when it... Read Article

REVIEW Daymé Arocena – One Takes

By 09 May, 2016

Music has always had a particular ability to enliven one’s life, whether through the elegance of masterfully-arranged sounds or even the beauty of an album’s artwork. Music trails design, literature, language and many other human activities behind it... Read Article

REVIEW Céu – Tropix

By 22 April, 2016

In a preface to Edith Piaf’s autobiography, French poet Jean Cocteau wrote about her singing voice as “a voice that comes out of the guts, a voice that inhabits a singer from her feet to her head, that... Read Article

REVIEW Cartola – Nas Vozes De

By 18 March, 2016

Nas Vozes De Cartola is quite honestly a collector’s item. For a reason unknown to this critic, Cartola has not been as formally introduced to global audiences as other Brazilian singer-songwriters such as Gilberto Gil, Chico Buarque or Tom Jobim.... Read Article