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The Story of Billie Holiday ‘Lady in Satin’
“It is Billie Holiday, whom I first heard in 52nd Street clubs in the 1930s, who was, and still remains, the greatest single musical influence.” - Frank Sinatra
Modern Classic: Maxwell ‘Urban Hang Suite’
CAS Chicago's Sam Willett feels Maxwell's debut album, currently celebrating its 20th anniversary, is able to ignite a mood akin to Marvin Gaye's 'I Want You'.
Classic Album Sundays presents Bob Dylan ‘The Basement Tapes’
Long Ryder, Coal Porter and Dylan authority Sid Griffin will join us as our special guest to relay the story behind Dylan's legendary 1967 recordings with The Band at Big Pink.
The Story of Jeff Buckley ‘Grace’
For an artist that released only one studio album, an album that at the time wasn’t met with much commercial commotion, Jeff Buckley has posthumously become the bearer of a classic.
Classic Album Sundays present Jeff Buckley ‘Grace’
CAS celebrates the 20th anniversary of the debut (and only true studio album) by the late singer/songwriter/guitarist who wow-ed NYC's musical elite.
The Story of Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’
“My intention was to make a funk record, but the jazz influence kept pulling it.” - Herbie Hancock
Herbie Hancock ‘Head Hunters’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist
A concise sonic story of Herbie's musical life and influences leading up to his 1973 jazz-funk classic, 'Head Hunters'.