5. Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

Released August 17, 1959 this album is widely regarded as the greatest jazz record of all time and one of the most influential albums ever recorded. It’s in the Library of Congress and is the best selling jazz album of all time with at least four million copies sold. Jason: Let’s start with this very…

4. Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack) – Bee Gees

Released November 15, 1977 it stayed atop the album charts for 24 straight weeks then remained on Billboard’s album charts for an additional 96 weeks. It remains the best selling soundtrack of all time with 45 million sold and has been added to the National Recording Registry in the Library of Congress. It has won 6 Grammy awards. Jason: Saturday…

3. Rumours – Fleetwood Mac

Released February, 4 1977, Rumours won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. It reach #1 on the Billboard charts and has since sold over 40 million copies. Jason: So today we are listening to the Rumours album by Fleetwood Mac. Full disclosure I spent half a day listening to the Fleetwood Mac album…

2017 in Films

20th Century Women – A  (89%RT) – A brilliant and beautiful performance by Annette Bening elevates this touching and funny film. It’s the companion film to Mike Mills’ Beginners (that was about his dad; this his mom.) All The Money In The World – C+ (77%RT) – J. Paul Getty was an asshole. American Made – B+…

2016 in Films

Movie My Grade RT% Mini-review 10 Cloverfield Lane A- 90% This superb “sequel” (side-quel?) is a study in quiet, disconcerting, terror.  You won’t see what’s coming next and you don’t want to know. Terrifying in every way. A Man Called Ove B 92% This faithful book adaptation about a cranky old man who just wants…