From Mambo to SalsaBy Alan Lockwood
By the mid-seventies, New York salsa had taken on sassy profile and sprung such commercial wings that Epic Records launched Eddie Palmieris 1978 major-label debut, Lucumi Macumba Voodoo...
The Collected Essays of Milton BabbittBy Richard Kostelanetz
Anyone who has ever heard the composer Milton Babbitt speak, informally or formally, has come away awed by his sheer verbal facility. In the highly verbal community of contemporary music, he has long been regarded as a composer-talkers talker.
Remember Fun?By Grant Moser
The 80s revolution is in full force. I even get swept up in the time warp sometimes and want to find a nice checkered pair of Vans.