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February 2022

AllMusic Staff Recent Classical Highlights

In February we reviewed Roderick Williams’ Mirages: The Art of French Song and Ice Land: The Eternal Music, as well as as the Catalyst Quartet and pianist Michelle Cann doing the chamber music of Florence B. Price, and a few new releases in honor of Philip Glass’s 85th birthday.

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CAS Horse Meat Disco’s Luke Howard and Princess Julia on Grace Jones ‘Warm Leatherette’

We were lucky enough to be joined by Horse Meat Disco’s Luke Howard and Princess Julia for our Grace Jones Warm Leatherette album launch party at the all new Eagle London. Grace Jones teamed with the great reggae production duo of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare on this 1980 album, and made the transition from straight dance and club act into quasi-pop star with reggae and urban contemporary leanings. The single “Private Life” was one of her best, and the overall album had more energy and production gloss than previous LPs that had been aimed completely at the club market. It helped that Jones seemed enthused about the session and really put herself into the songs.

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CAS Black Midi’s Morgan Simpson on D’Angelo ‘Black Messiah’

Black Midi’s Morgan Simpson joins Classic Album Sundays’ Raj Chaudhury at The Room Studios to dig deep into D’Angelo’s Black Messiah. Formed in 2018, Black Midi made an immediate mark on the scene with their blend of experimental rock, math rock, noise rock and post-punk, culminating in a Mercury Music Prize nomination in 2019.

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Jayson Greene Stevie Wonder and His Dream Machines

The pop icon’s technological breakthroughs have reverberated across music for the last 50 years.

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Charles T. Downey Briefly Noted: Lalande’s grands motets

Michel Richard de Lalande, Grands motets, Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé
(released on February 4, 2022)
Harmonia Mundi HMM902625 | 80’20”
Long-time readers are already aware of my admiration for the French early music group Ensemble Correspondances. Their streamed concert, aired by the Library of Congress, was one of the highlights of 2021, and a few years ago they made a stellar

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