Articles tagged not enough time to read

9 Apr 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Ani Difranco: Reveling/Reckoning

When I was a punk rock kid, I lived in constant fear of my favorite punk bands “selling out”. It seems fans of Ani Difranco

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9 Apr 2001 // 3:00 PM

	Couch: Profane

There is significantly more to German instrumental band Couch than its unfortunately staid moniker might at first suggest. This is the group’s fourth full-length

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	Dave Brubeck: At Carnegie Hall / Jazz Impressions of Japan

Pianist Dave Brubeck and his Quartet—with Paul Desmond on sax, Eugene Wright (later Bob Bates) on bass and Joe Morello (later Joe Dodge) on

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        Various Artists: Sounds Eclectic

Los Angeles public radio station KCRW has been long been regarded as one of the last bastions of sophisticated radio programming. Their flagship program, Morning

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2 Apr 2001 // 3:00 PM

        Twigs: Epicure

TThe Twigs are completely unoriginal. Every hook on this English/Norwegian quartet’s second length LP, Epicure, every lyric, every distortion drenched moment, is lifted

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        Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live in New York City

What can I say about Bruce Springsteen? I grapple and grapple with him, constantly attempting to reconcile his mythic place as the voice of some

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2 Apr 2001 // 3:00 PM

        Sixer: Saving Grace

I remember liking Social Distortion alright back in the old days. Their early stuff wasn’t bad, but it all sounded just like off-the-shelf SoCal

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        Run DMC: Crown Royal

While it is indisputable that Run DMC are legendary figures in hip-hop, it is also hard to overlook the fact that the last time they

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Guided By Voices: Isolation Drills

Although the band’s 12th studio album continues in the more polished vein of Do the Collapse, its surface is nicely tarnished and scuffed so its indie-rock roots are always audible.

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29 Mar 2001 // 2:00 PM

        Manitoba: Start Breaking My Heart

If the mere mention of the phrase “experimental electronica” makes you uncontrollably paranoid of rekindling unwanted relationships with fragmented flashbacks, you are not alone. Shades

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: Like the surreal Laura Esquivel novel that Rashid 'Lonnie' Lynn invokes in the title of his brilliant new release Like Water for Chocolate.

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	India.Arie: Acoustic Soul

In every way, this 25-year-old from Atlanta out of Denver looks and sounds the part of the new soul songstress—conscious and serious, clever and,

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26 Mar 2001 // 2:00 PM

Shawn Colvin: Whole New You

Shawn Colvin may have settled down in Austin, but she has no illusions about romantic idealism.

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	Jeff Beck: Blow by Blow / Wired

 Jeff Beck Wired(Epic)US release date: 27 March 2001 (original release, 1976) by Simon Warner beckjeff-wired.jpg :. e-mail this article:. print this article:.

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        Various Artists: The Amos House Collection, Vol. 1

I don’t own many compilations that I’d call “essential”. They’re usually not that kind of animal; I mean, how often do you

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19 Mar 2001 // 2:00 PM

        Various Artists: Colonel Jeffrey Pumpernickel

Ah, the concept album. The drool and cringe factors on this topic run to pretty severe extremes. Many love it—bring on the operatic drama!

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        Various Artists: Beats and Pieces Volume Two

Most BBE compilations are themed, either presenting the favourites of leading DJs or exploring the lesser known tributaries of the various genres mentioned above. With

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19 Mar 2001 // 2:00 PM

        Sunshine: Velvet Suicide

Heavy on the post-punk elements yet lacking the “aura” of true greatness, the Eastern European trio Sunshine has recorded a thoroughly good bunch of songs

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        Old 97s: Satellite Rides

Over the last handful of years, the Old 97s have gone from playing rock-ish country music to slightly country-ish rock music, to pop-ish rock that

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19 Mar 2001 // 2:00 PM

        Ohgr: Welt

Last Saturday night I went to a “goth party” on a boat in Chelsea Piers, New York City. This goth barge contained three floors and

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