Wednesday, November 6 2002
Ledward Kaapana Owana Salazar It’s not everyday you get the chance to see a princess perform. That’s partly because of the lack of
Foo Fighters Red Hot Chili Peppers There are few concerts where the “show” around you is almost as interesting and entertaining as the show onstage.
I didn’t catch much television this summer, but I caught about ten minutes on two separate occasions of Fox’s Gong Show-esque 30 Seconds to
Ryan Adams Tegan and Sara Ryan Adams has been loud and grumpy in recent days, so on this last night of his solo acoustic tour
A well-written and researched account of the actual going-ons.
Based on themes ranging from the relevant to the ridiculous.
Evidence of America's persistent Anglophilia abounds.
Cartoonish, exaggerated slices of life.
Are electronic magazines the salvation of the literary arts.
Brotherhood of the Bomb: The Tangled Lives and Loyalties of Robert Oppenheimer, Ernest Lawrence, and
I would say that physicists have known power.
The great strength of this book is its taut, crystal-clear style.
Tuesday, November 5 2002
The harmonica is to blues what the guitar is to rock and roll, namely the essential instrument of the genre. Old photographs of Sonny Boy
Raï, a music that simmered up and boiled over in Algeria despite two different governments’ attempts to force the lid back down on the roiling
Musical grazing is never so dangerous as when one treads the pastures of the sacred cows. You’ll never encounter more resistance and grumbling than
The Velvet Crush have released many albums since signing to the Action Musik label, including early demos, rarities, and a singles collection. But the Sweet
For the uninitiated, Berlin duo Stereo Total (that’s pronounced “toe-TAHL”, as opposed to the North American “toadle”) is comprised of a French female singer
When the Police broke up in the mid-‘80s, many thought that Sting would be successful, but not even come close to the heights of
The fact that teenaged Jimmy Cliff introduced teenaged Bob Marley to legendary Chinese-Jamaican producer Leslie Kong in 1961—hence, helping Marley get his first record made—
“It’s the start of a revolutionary band and revolutionary music lovers; people that are interested in entertainment. As miserable as we may seem, fans
“In the dark, distant and shimmering, is the place for us that no one knows.”—from “What We’ve Won” There’s no better way