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A seductive depiction of 1940s Los Angeles that captures swinging jazz, torchy ballads, and witty lyrics. With loads of atmosphere and tasty songs, this modern classic swept the 1990 Tony Awards with wins for Best Musical, Leading Actor (Naughton), Featured Actress (Graff), Best Book (Larry Gelbart
Cash's first album since 2003's Rules of Travel, Black Cadillac is darker than its predecessor, but with melodies often more complex and lyrics more stunningly poetic than anything its creator has conjured before, the album is more transforming than depressing, and exquisitely beautiful.