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Monday, August 20 2001

    Seven Channels: self-titled

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    Surface: The First Time / The Best of Surface

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    The Shams: Take Off

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    Quasi: Early Recordings

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Quasi: The Sword of God

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    Pram: Somniloquy

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    Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes: Ultimate Blue Notes

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    Maxwell: Now

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    Moviola: Rumors of the Faithful

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Mink Lungs: The Better Button

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    Lupine Howl: The Carnivorous Lunar Activities of Lupine Howl

In a sense, Lupine Howl are in something of a no-win situation since they have the albatross of Spiritualized around their necks.


Nathan Larson: Jealous God

There are plenty of artists out there with spiritual leanings, but very few willing to deal with God—with a capital ‘G’.


    Charles Lloyd: Hyperion with Higgins

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The Isley Brothers: Harvest for the World / The Heat is On

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His Name Is Alive: someday my blues will cover the earth

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Dave Holland Quintet: Not for Nothin’

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Scott Henry: Buzz: The Politics of Sound

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Charlie Haden / Egberto Gismonti: In Montreal

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Holly Golightly: Singles Round-Up

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Miles Davis: Live at the Fillmore East

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