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Saturday, December 31 1994

Kate Campbell: Wandering Strange

The Charlatans: Us and Us Only

Clinton: Disco and the Halfway to Discontent

Chappaquiddick Skyline: self titled

Alex Chilton: Set

Meg Lee Chin: Piece and Love

Johnny Cash: American III: Solitary Man

The Curious Hair: Say Hello to Happiness

Cowboy Mouth: Easy

Neal Coty: Legacy

The Cardigans, Emmerdale

Buckcherry: Time Bomb

Books Lie: It a Weapon

The Boxcars: Crossing

The Blacks: Just Like Home

The Beta Band: The Three E.P.s

Norman Brown: Celebration

Bowman: Believe

Bikeride: Thirty-Seven Secrets I Only Told America

Blackalicious: Nia

Blue Cartoon: Downtown Shangri-La

Joan Baez: Joan Baez / Vol. 2

The folk singer is a dying breed. Most pundits point to the 1965 Newport Folk Festival as the precise moment the deathblow was struck by a certain unorthodox Minnesotan with the gift of reinventing himself and his craft.

Bob Tilton: Crescent

Jimmy Behan: Days Are What We Live In

Electronic music not aimed squarely at the dance floor must present all kinds of marketing problems.

Billy Mahonie: The Big Dig

Big Star: Radio City

This recording may be the finest rock recording ever reduced to vinyl or CD.

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