Articles tagged not enough time to read

	Lisa Gerrard: Whalerider

Large numbers of potential listeners will overlook this record by one-time Dead Can Dance siren Lisa Gerrard. They will see the serene jade and aquamarine

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	Nick Drake: Way to Blue - An Introduction to Nick Drake [remastered]

The first time I heard Nick Drake was on a scratchy cassette of Way to Blue and, even over the static, I fell in love

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Politics and Culture/East and West -- Justice, Peace, and Memory - From East Europe to Iraq -- This painfully constructed edifice of rights is honored more in the breach than in the observance.

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Anglo Visions -- Skiffle and the English 'Elvis' -- Suffice it to say that without Donegan's 'Rock Island Line', it is highly unlikely that the greatest band of all would ever have emerged.

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	Various Artists: SHOUT! The Revolution Rave-Up Alive 1997-2003

Down in New York City’s East Village, at a club called Bar 13, a weekly party has been held every Sunday night, featuring a selection

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	Various Artists: Yes New York

Heralding itself as “the post-punk/art-garage rock explosion from New York City”, Yes New York is a compilation that tries to prove there is life

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8 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

	16 Horsepower: Olden

16 Horsepower mastermind David Eugene Edwards spent much of his childhood on the road with his grandfather, a Nazarene minister, travelling from town to town preaching

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8 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

S E T    L I S T Sunday After YouHell BentFreetimeMan FadingRed ManNew Sacred CowI’m GoneLove Hate Sensation Halfway through Kenna’s

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8 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Only Girl in the Car by Kathie Dobie

She reminds us that we do not live a soap opera, even if time to time, melodrama pervades. Dobie conveys her path of maturity with articulate, yet readable prose.

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8 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Feast of Roses by Indu Sundaresan

She is the most powerful person in the world's most advanced civilization, but while she is wily as a fox, she isn't necessarily wise as an owl. She crushes opposition in the zenana where she ruins lives and alienates her few supporters. They get their revenge.

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Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation’s Capital by Mark Andersen, Mark Jenkins

Chronicling the electrifying 1980-90s hardcore scene (or harDCore, as it was called), Dance of Days tells the tale of the bands that fought or social change in the nation's capital while putting out some of the fierce albums ever heard.

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8 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

The Boy on The Bus by Deborah Schupack

The strength of her psychological thriller lies in her frugal, yet powerful, construction of sentences. They have a jaunty, almost nervous value, and she never gives too much away.

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The Bloodaxe Book of Modern Welsh Poetry: 20th Century Welsh Poetry in Translation by Menna Elfyn &

A survey of modern Welsh-language poetry that is variable in quality but consistently interesting in the political histories it maps out in potted biographies and in the introductory essay, which announces the book as 'the first definitive anthology of 20th century Welsh-language poetry in English translation'.

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7 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Various Artists: Global Soul

Even as the mainstream media continues what parents in the suburbs are probably considering a useless love affair with hip-hop culture, it’s incredible to

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7 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

Lucinda Williams: World Without Tears

World without Tears, her seventh record and follow-up to 2001’s minimalist Essence, finds Williams working in a new environment.

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	A Tribe Called Quest: The Low End Theory

When I saw A Tribe Called Quest in concert in 1998 and they announced from the stage that they were breaking up, I nearly cried. Why

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7 Jul 2003 // 11:00 PM

	Luka Bloom: Amsterdam

Luka Bloom comes by his musical ability honestly . . . but, honestly, his name’s not really Luka Bloom. He might’ve been using that moniker for

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7 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

What Not to Wear

For those remade on What Not to Wear, the experience is a bit like being punk'd by Ashton Kutcher.

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7 Jul 2003 // 1:00 AM

Paradise Hotel

Take the Big Brother house, plunk it down in the middle of Temptation Island by way of Love Cruise, and you've pretty much got the idea.

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Chuck Woolery: Naturally Stoned

In an ostensible effort to enliven the proceedings, the show offers snippy, postmodern commentary, not unlike the little voices that ABC lays over the clips on America's Funniest Home Videos.

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Guster + Kishi Bashi Perform at Central Park Summerstage (Photos)

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"Guster's Summerstage performance was a showcase of their infectious and poppy music from the last 24 years.

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