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Monday, September 24 2001

The Four Corners: Say You’re a Scream


Jay Farrar: Sebastopol


The Drive-by Truckers: Southern Rock Opera

Lynyrd Skynyrd's music has long been placed in a second-class category; now, the Drive-by Truckers are reclaiming its status as art while exploring 'the duality of the South'.

John Coltrane: The Olatunji Concert: The Last Live Recording


Colony: Who I Wanted To Be


Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash: I Walk Alone


Carlos Barbosa-Lima: Mambo No. 5


The Andersons: Family Secrets


Abandoned Pools: Humanistic


Sunday, September 23 2001

    Dar Williams: Out There Live


Monday, September 17 2001

The Doors: The Very Best of the Doors

Why did Elektra release this? Did some marketing survey reveal that there are fans out there who simply won't pay the extra six bucks for a double album? I don't get it -- but maybe that's why I had such a short-lived career in music marketing and promotions.

Lambchop: Tools in the Dryer

A mixed bag? Surely that was the intention all along. You’ve got to love a band that defies easy categorization, if any at all. Now for that eagerly anticipated sixth album!

The Kingsbury Manx: Let You Down

The new Kingsbury Manx CD, Let You Down, unfolds and spreads like an atmosphere and hangs in the air like architecture to inhabit.

Tori Amos: Strange Little Girls

A Tori Amos album that even some of the most devoted fans seem to be passing on. Ah well, if nothing else it’ll score Amos a little pocket change. You gotta love product.

Various Artists: Get the Blues!


    Various Artists: Dub Selector / Lush Life Electronica


The Who: Live at Leeds (Deluxe Edition)


Vue: Find Your Home


    Tweaker: The Attraction to All Things Uncertain


Telefon Tel Aviv: Fahrenheit Far Enough


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