Articles by Michael Cranston
Both respectful and inventive, ‘Swing Fever’ finds Rod Stewart and Jools Holland adding a new chapter to the Great American Songbook.
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With serious artistry – and a few surprises – ‘Cliff With Strings: My Kinda Life’ brings a fresh perspective to Cliff Richard’s classic songs.
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