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	Various Artists: Timeless: Savoy 60th Anniversary

Sixtieth anniversaries are auspicious, and no one can blame the Savoy Jazz label for celebrating its 60th year in style. A record label synonymous with

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	Six By Seven: The Way I Feel Today

Sometimes an album will click with me at the strangest time and place. Take Six by Seven’s sophomore album, The Closer You Get. I’

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	Good Charlotte: The Young & The Hopeless

LLooking at Good Charlotte’s second full-length release, The Young & The Hopeless, it’s obvious these guys want to be punk. Badly. It’s

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	Foo Fighters: One By One

The official take on this latest Foo Fighters release seems to be that Grohl and associates are back to their old school, hard-rockin’ selves after

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	Dot Allison: We Are Science

After the disassembling of ‘90s electronic act One Dove—who only managed to release one LP in 1993, Morning Dove White—singer/songwriter Dot Allison appeared

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28 Nov 2002 // 12:00 AM

S E T    L I S T Broken Imaginary TimeInfra RiotMind the GapStill AgingThe FloodTonightInstant Repeater ‘99NevermoreSister Surround21st Century Ripoff ENCOREVeinsGalaxyDow Jones

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28 Nov 2002 // 12:00 AM

Perhaps I should have realized something when my flat was robbed a few years ago and the only CD left behind was Pink’s Can’

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25 Nov 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Jaheim: Still Ghetto

The common thinking has always been that “thugs” are somehow outside of the mainstream of the places and spaces where they prey. Real thugs don’

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8 Nov 2002 // 12:03 AM

The Blasters were one of the few bastions of what is often referred to as roots rock in the '80s. Just don't ask them to sit quietly in any category.

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7 Nov 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Various Artists: Antifolk Vol. 1

For all the talk about the “New York scene” these days, the truth is that there are actually many scenes going on all at the

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The Dating Game, Quango Style I’m sitting in my chair with four new Quango comps before me. I know I have to choose one

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The Streets: Original Pirate Material

And if Skinner isn’t an innovator, he is at least one of the most endearing musical personalities to come along in many years: he’s tough but vulnerable, slangy but somehow correct, down with the homeys but strangely removed from it all.

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	Run-DMC: Greatest Hits

The memory is still quite vivid—I was the last one in the prom night limo, traveling across Queen Blvd. en route to the bridge

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7 Nov 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Nas: Lost Tapes

When you’re hot, you’re hot. After swimming in commercial mediocrity for years, Nas continues to ride the wave of success generated by a

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	Thelonious Monk: Monk’s Dream / Monk. / At Newport 1963 & 1965

By the time Thelonious Monk appeared on the cover of Time Magazine in 1964, anointed as the cool weird slightly scary jazzbo that it was okay

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	Miguel Migs: Colorful You

It’s been a great year for San Francisco’s Naked Music. Actually, every year in the house label’s scant four-year existence has been

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	Yo-Yo Ma: Bach / Cello Suites Nos. 1, 5 & 6

The love of one’s country is a splendid thing. But why should love stop at the border? —Pablo Casals Recorded in a digital studio

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7 Nov 2002 // 10:00 PM

	Imperial Teen: Live at Maxwell’s

Jonathan looks at me sincerely, waiting for my answer. A friend’s band will be opening for Imperial Teen, and we talk about how much

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	Fairport Convention: The Best of Fairport Convention (20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collecti

Fairport Convention, as it existed in the mid-to-late ‘60s, may be the best folk-rock band you’ve never heard of. This is especially true if

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'Fiction' and 'reality' aren't so much opposites as they are of a piece.

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St. Vincent, Beck, and More Heat Up Boston Calling on Memorial Day Weekend

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"With vibrant performances by artists including St. Vincent and TV on the Radio, the first half of the bi-annual Boston Calling Festival brought additional excitement to Memorial Day weekend.

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