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Arnold Brodsky


  • ABC

    Flash, however, is not an album that dwells on the past. In the same way that he adapted jazz fusion to arena-rock dimensions on the mid-Seventies LPs Blow by Blow and Wired, Beck challenges the rigid discipline of Eighties dance music, with Arthur Baker producing two songs and Nile Rodgers writing and producing another four. […]

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  • That's the Way Love Is

    I start out with a prejudice against any Motown album containing songs like "Yesterday," "Groovin'," and "Abraham, Martin and John" but Marvin Gaye's superlative vocal stylings almost bring this one off. Though any song gains distinction when sung by Marvin Gaye, and any album of his is a pleasure to listen to, his latest would […]

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