October Additions to the Northeast Ohio Music Collection at the Hiram College Library
We just keep finding stuff to put in the collection, and there seems no end to what’s available in Northeast Ohio, in every genre. Here is the latest list of items we didn’t review, since we caught them a bit late (and since we’ve only had the blog up since last year).
Amps II Eleven. Amps II Eleven. (Their first album, from 2004, recorded in Parma)
The Black Keys. El Camino. (About time we added this)
Jim Brickman. Picture This. (Piano wizard’s 1997 release)
Midnight Syndicate. Out of the Darkness. (Best-of collection, from 2006)
The Styrenes. We Care So You Don’t Have To. (Classic punk from 1998)
Mr. Downchild. Behind the Sun. (Debut release from 2001 by the man with the shades)
Hank Haller Ensemble. Beautiful Alpenland (Polkas & waltzes, from the 1990s)
Sammy Kaye. Sammy Kaye: Best of the Big Bands. (Big band leader, born in Lakewood)
Joe Lovano. From the Soul. (From way back in 1991)
Beethoven. Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2. (Cleveland Orchestra, Christoph von Dohnányi, conducting)
Yolanda Kondonassis. Music for a Perfect Day: Wedding Music for Harp. (Kondonassis teaches at Oberlin and the Cleveland Institute of Music)
Deanna R. Adams. Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Roots. Arcadia, 2010.
John Gorman, with Tom Feran. The Buzzard: Inside the Glory Days of WMMS and Cleveland Rock Radio: A Memoir.Gray & Company, 2007.