Monday, February 10 2003
Events at Earl's Park tend to be broadly soap operatic.
The humor [of 'The Office'] is as dry as vermouth; next to it, the 'Dilbert' comic strip is 'The Man Show'.
No other fiction show has offered such a frighteningly realistic look inside our nation's prisons or so openly debated their moral and social obligations.
During the first episodes this season, Cowell was, in his own words, 'bored,' which made him rather boring to watch.
Sunday, February 9 2003
The photographs of country star Lee Ann Womack decorating the album cover and inner sleeve of her latest release, Something Worth Leaving Behind, are obviously
Give a little bit MORE of your love to them. Because they’ve been re-mastered, you know . . . When it comes to today’s generation of
There’s a special difficulty in reviewing a record that’s not clearly within the bounds of music that you enjoy, a record that, subjectively
In the 1970s, nobody in the entire universe ruled funk like the inimitable George Clinton did. During that decade, the former Motown staff writer alternated
For years now, Pearl Jam has sought to escape the arena-rock pigeonhole they found themselves in circa 1992. Derided by Saint Cobain, a leader of the
Third time’s the charm? The first release from the Chapel Hill-based Mayflies USA was actually a self-titled EP that emerged on Clancy Records in 1997,
Steve Morse is probably best known as guitarist for the Dixie Dregs, an outfit that combined elements of Allman Brothers southern rock with the high-flying
“Turn it up!” So demands Hollis Queens at the start of Lo-Hi’s latest album Say It More and its opening track “Runaround”. Frankly, it’
In most circles, Chris Thomas King is currently best known for his role as Delta bluesman Tommy Johnson in the Coen Brother’s film O
Yes, it’s true, the most famous band from Canada is Rush. But don’t hold that against Hot Hot Heat. While the prog-rock trio
His Name Is Alive is one of those bands who sound is “for the times” but who never dabble with the latest technology or gadgets
Thursday, February 6 2003
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You don’t have to be a professional music critic to know that Motown’s decade of greatest glory was the 1960s. They had the
In 1956, Sonny Rollins was one of the best-known tenor saxophonists in jazz, having recorded and released two wonderful and classic jazz albums, Saxophone Colossus and
The Millennium Collection is often a hit and miss affair. Artists who have more than a dozen memorable songs or hit singles often have single
If you’re between the ages of 21 and 40, there’s a good chance you’ve been forwarded one of those “You know you’re a