Saturday, December 31 1994
Joanne Shenandoah is a marvel. Chosen as the best female artist for two years running at the Native American Music Awards and winner of numerous
“Hearing is letting it happen,To listen’s a work of will.” —(“Small Revelation,” Chris Smither) The fact that reknown folksinger Eric Von Schmidt painted
The lost tapes found! Spann’s Last Call, is, well, Spann’s last call, the sign from the bar telling you 15 minutes to go. Last
Would anyone in the rock biz for self expression intentionally make background music? Atlanta band Seely are clearly serious about what they do. But still,
There’s no underestimating how important it is to find the right soundtrack to cooking spaghetti, or any food, for that matter. You find yourself
It is doubtful there is anyone in music that has gone through life’s emotional wringer as much as Billy Joe Shaver in recent years.
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Bands break up all the time, in all sorts of ways and for all sorts of reasons. I like when bands break up loudly: when
Serious hilarity, energy, longevity…that pretty well sums up SNFU. These guys have been mainstays on the punk scene since the early 1980s, and they
The Soft Set have one of the best songs of the year on this latest, self-titled disc. On “Record On”, the Set sing “Stayin’ up
Melodic jangle pop is hard to do well, but the Strawmen manage that feat time and again on their latest release, Saving Faded Dreams. This
WWithout going down the usual list of current pop acts from France, let me just say that The Strawberry Smell have indeed created something that
Head Cleaner is the latest solo venture by Ade Shaw, the ex-Hawkwind and current Bevis Frond bassist. Although he wrote and produced the album and
Aside from the Beatles, the Small Faces may well have been the finest band of the 1960s—at least in the eyes of many fellow
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Boasting a cartoon cover and an album title that the late Don Martin would be proud of, Toronto’s Supers are every bit as energetic
It’s difficult to pin down where Seven Storey Mountain is coming from or where they’re trying to go with Based on a True
If you’ve been keeping up with most of my reviews the past few weeks, then you’ve probably noticed that I haven’t been
Let’s get it out into the open right away: Savage Garden are completely mainstream. They’re clean-cut, popular among teenage girls, and could comfortably
As “curator” of Thirsty Ear’s The Blue Series, that label’s jazz line, Matthew Shipp has wasted little time in releasing two of its