Articles tagged jim white

The Last Tycoon - “Ballad of the Bloodstained Bible” (audio) (Premiere)

What happens when you buy a $50 dollar banjo off of Craigslist? If you're the Last Tycoon, you write an ominous tune in the vein of Tom Waits called "Ballad of the Bloodstained Bible".

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Jim White: A Funny Little Cross to Bear

This isn't Jim White the songwriter. It's Jim White the performer, the storyteller, the quiet show stealer.

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20 Sep 2008 // 7:59 AM

Americana Music Festival & Conference 2008: Day 3

Words by Karen Zarker and Pictures by Sarah Zupko.

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20 Questions: Jim White

Jim White is a traveler, a Renaissance man, and a candid musical chronicler of the South. He pauses from his busy, restless artistic life to answer PopMatters' 20 questions.

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If You Can’t Build a Whole, Build a Mosaic: An Interview with Jim White

Jim White is changing the face of democracy, or at least taking the drunken poet approach to things. White talks to PopMatters about his new record, Transnormal Skiperoo.

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Jim White: Transnormal Skiperoo

White continues to prove himself as one of the most intriguing singer/songwriters in the biz.

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26 Feb 2008 // 9:00 PM

Richard Hawley Live at Other Music [Video] Jim White Crash into the Sun [MP3] (from Transnormal Skipperoo releasing 4 March)       Dirtbombs

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Searching for the Wrong-Eyed Jesus (2004)

Jim White acts as tour guide in this film addressing the 'Southern obsession with the dichotomy between the sacred and the profane.'

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	Jim White: Drill a Hole in that Substrate and Tell Me What You See

This whole creative thing. What a headache! You find yourself talented at something, and if you have the drive to make yourself better, you hone

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12 Feb 2001 // 3:00 PM

        Jim White: No Such Place

Boy, I love creepy music. Not the silly teenage pentagram tattooed faux gibberish of legions of metal bands and mall Goths, but rather that sort

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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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