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Eric Clapton – Unplugged [Finely Tuned]

This week on Finely Tuned, we have Eric Clapton’s MTV Unplugged, an album that redefined the story of Eric Clapton’s career. An all-acoustic live masterpiece, Unplugged is a treat for every blues and Eric Clapton fan. If you’re not a fan, you will be.

Baz Luhrmann – The Great Gatsby [Finely Tuned #7]

Finely Tuned is The MIT Post’s weekly album review column. It is an attempt to add a new dimension to the way Manipal looks at music. Every week, we will bring you a fresh album; carefully picked from a catalogue composed of both critically acclaimed mainstream releases and noteworthy independent ones.
This week, we review the soundtrack from the motion picture “The Great Gatsby”.
Baz Luhrmann, in creating such an iconic album, could not afford to be timid – as can plainly be seen by the wonderful level of collaboration that adds a modernist twist to the timeless tale.

Kanye West – The Life of Pablo [Finely Tuned]

Finely Tuned is The MIT Post’s weekly album review column. It is an attempt to add a new dimension to the way Manipal looks at music. Every week, we will bring you a fresh album; carefully picked from a catalogue composed of both critically acclaimed mainstream releases and noteworthy independent ones.

This week, we discuss “The Life of Pablo” – the 7th solo album from Chicago rapper/producer/designer Kanye West.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Cosí fan tutte [Finely Tuned #5]

Finely Tuned is The MIT Post’s weekly album review column. It is an attempt to add a new dimension to the way Manipal looks at music. Every week, we will bring you a fresh album; carefully picked from a catalogue composed of both critically acclaimed mainstream releases and noteworthy independent ones.

This week, we discuss “Cosí fan tutte”, an Italian-language opera buffa by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, first performed in January 1790.

Album Review: 4 ½ – Steven Wilson

A seemingly endless repertoire of psychedelic and progressive rock featuring dreamy soundscapes that decorate almost every human emotion is what Steven Wilson is known for, along with being one of the pioneers of the Hi-Res Era. It’s no surprise that the leftovers from his major

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