Opeth, Tanita Tikaram, Taj Mahal, Quirine Viersen and the soundtracks Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, Patrick Melrose and Yellowstone
Taj Mahal is the debut album by the American blues artist of the same name. The whole record is a compelling amalgam of stylistic and technical achievements, to be heard in tracks like Sleepy John Estes' "Diving Duck Blues" with textures resembling the mix on the early Cream albums, while "The Celebrated Walkin' Blues" has the sound of a late release by Muddy Waters.
Tanita Tikaram was only 19 when she released her debut album Ancient Heart. She recorded a wistful and melancholy work which shows a woman with a lot of life experience. Years after it's release it doesn't sound one bit dated and it shows her fully skilled talent as a singer-songwriter.
The eighth full-length album Ghost Reveries by Swedish heavy metal band Opeth is the epitome of what metal should be: a work of art. The album is filled with heavy, intricate, and precisely performed guitar riffs.
From executive producers Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice, Marc Platt, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron comes NBC's live musical, the groundbreaking rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert starring John Legend as Jesus, Alice Cooper as Herod and Sara Bareilles as Mary Magdalene along with Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon (Hamilton) as Judas Iscariot.