Articles tagged not enough time to read

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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1 May 2000 // 3:00 PM

        Ween: White Pepper

Keeping up with Dean and Gene Ween over the years has been no easy task. Having done everything from fabulous four track recordings to recording

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	Ornette Coleman: Skies of America / The Complete Science Fiction Sessions

Picasso used to be shocking. It was garbage. John Coltrane used to hurt people’s ears. Charlie Parker just made lots of staccato noise. Now,

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24 Apr 2000 // 11:03 PM

Neil Young: Silver And Gold

Although Silver And Gold finds Neil Young further on down the road, he’s yet to show signs that the well is even getting shallow, let alone drying up.

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24 Apr 2000 // 3:00 PM

	Dimitri from Paris: A Night at the Playboy Mansion

Disco ain’t dead, to begin with. Oh, it was off the radio for a few years, and the slew of movies Hollywood threw up

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17 Apr 2000 // 3:00 PM

	Berlin: Live: Sacred and Profane

Okay. You know how in VH1’s Where Are They Now and other like programs they show the once-hot bands still chugging along, living on

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17 Apr 2000 // 3:00 PM

	Built To Spill: Live

Recorded during the band’s 1999 tour, Live features galvanizing performances of six originals and three covers. Nine tracks may not seem like a lot, but “

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The Apples in Stereo: The Discovery of a World Inside The Moone

The Apples in Stereo might be the most musically conservative of the Elephant 6 bands, but they sure know how to make a song get stuck

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10 Apr 2000 // 3:00 PM

	Baila: Shall We Dance?

Produced by Terry Wollman and Samuel Turcotte this collection features an extensive cast of seasoned musicians. Guitarist Terry Wollman has himself worked with the likes

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5 Apr 2000 // 12:00 AM

: This story is about sumo, but it begins in the back of a van.

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3 Apr 2000 // 3:00 PM

        Lou Reed: Ecstasy

Last year, Lou Reed returned with one of his best albums of his entire career. Having been a fan of his since my days in

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31 Mar 2000 // 12:03 AM

High Fidelity

In keeping with the spirit of the film itself, I humbly offer the top 5 reasons the new film High Fidelity is worth seeing.

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: It's getting to the point where you can't enjoy a simple hamburger these days.

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30 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

For once, when an artist claimed to be happy to be spending the evening in D.C., the artist sounded wholly sincere, and not just because he apparently toured the White House earlier in the day.

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27 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

	Common: Like Water For Chocolate

Who is the greatest MC of all-time? Invariably the reply to this question would be one of the following: Tupac, Biggie, Nas or Jay-Z. However,

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20 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

	Death Cab for Cutie: We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes

Pop is a wonderful thing. It’s all of its bastardized forms, through all of its retarded variations, amidst many hideous backfires and mistakes, the

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19 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

's backing band received enthusiastic applause both when walking on stage and later as he was introduced with the rest of the band. He looked like the others: dark clothing, short, black, gelled hair with sideburns.

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13 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

Eels: Daisies of the Galaxy

Daisies of the Galaxy, the latest release from a man named E, also known as a 'band' named Eels, plays like a demented nursery rhyme.

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8 Mar 2000 // 2:00 PM

First launched into the public eye as a member of The Small Faces in the mid-1960s, Ian 'Mac' McLagan rode the wave through the band's Steve Marriott-led Mod years and the rockier Rod Stewart-Ronnie Wood incarnation (known simply as 'Faces').

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7 Mar 2000 // 4:13 AM

Gerald Levert: G

Gerald Levert is never gonna take the risks that say a D'Angelo or a Maxwell have and his music is never going to be mistaken for that of The O'Jay's and Gamble and Huff.

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Counterbalance: The Avalanches' 'Since I Left You'

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"Get a drink, have a good time now. Welcome to paradise, and read all about the 305th most acclaimed album of all time. An Australian plunderphonics pioneer is this week’s Counterbalance.

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