'Exile on Kalamazoo Street' Echoes in Literature Form the Genius of Theatre

'Exile on Kalamazoo Street' Echoes in Literature Form the Genius of Theatre

By Paul Risker

Exile on Kalamazoo Street is one of those stories that you come across every once in a while that fills you with a genuine sense of warmth. 28 May 2015 // 2:05 AM

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//Recent Reviews
Self-Help Books: Why Americans Keep Reading Them by Sandra K. Dolby

Dolby wants to appeal to an academic readership as well as a popular one, and the results are uneven.

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27 May 2005 // 12:00 AM

Moog (2004)

Synthesizer pioneer/nice guy Bob Moog deserves a thorough, artistically bold biopic. Director Hans Fjellestad isn't up to the challenge.

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Oasis: Don’t Believe the Truth

After a dark eight-year stretch, at last, some daylight.

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	Mommy and Daddy: Fighting Style Killer Panda

Parents in name, progeny in sound.

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26 May 2005 // 10:00 PM

	Amos Lee: self-titled

Amos Lee is a young singer-songwriter with an adorable look and an adorable voice and some adorable songs.

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	Jarvis Humby: Assume the Position… It’s Jarvis Humby

This British foursome proves your calendar doesn't need to go past 1969 to record a kick-ass garage album.

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	Hacienda Brothers: self-titled

They cover Mel Tillis and Fred Neil songs alongside their own original tunes, they are just as happy doing surf-hick instrumentals as they are belting out countrypolitan weepers.

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	Dizzy Gillespie: Career: 1937-1992

The greatest trumpeter simply didn't make a single great album. By default, then, this compilation is it: your must-have set for the brilliant bebop master.

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	Johnny Cash: Johnny Cash: Ridin’ the Rails (The Great American Train Story) [DVD]

Choo-choo: Take a ride on the railroad with the Man in Black and learn one version of American railroad history.

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Debashish Bhattacharya: Calcutta Slide-Guitar, Vol. 3

Debashish no doubt has the fingers for a lot of things.

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//Mixed media

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

// Notes from the Road

"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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