Recorded live in Webster Hall, Wildcat became Coleman's first major hit score. The show brought Lucille Ball to her first starring role in a Broadway musical and produced the memorable "Hey, Look Me Over."
A wrap-up of Sam Phillips's decade-long stint with Virgin Records that began in 1988 with the sublime Indescribable Wow, Zero Zero Zero offers marvels aplenty for anyone unfamiliar with the California singer/songwriter's sterling work. Zero distills new songs, remixes, alternate takes, and album fav
Phillips has struck out on her own with a work that's among her most challenging to date, and it reveals that she's held on to the gifts that have made her one of the most rewarding artists of her generation while adding fresh accents as she follows her muse with commendable courage and clarity.
This best-of compilation yielded two new hit singles, the Beatles cover "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party", which landed at #1 on the Billboard country charts, and "Black and White", which earned Cash her fifth Grammy nomination