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Saturday, December 31 1994

Rites of Spring: End on End

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Bill Retoff: Reanimation

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Ray Paul: The Charles Beat

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    Phil Ranelin: Vibes from the Tribe / The Time Is Now!

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Rialto: Night on Earth

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rhBand, First Tone

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Royal Crown Revue, The Contender

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Red Elephant: More Sounds From Spaghetti Westerns

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Sun Ra: reissues

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    Ruby: Altered and Proud (The Short-Staffed Remixes)

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    Rae & Christian: Sleepwalking

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Remy Zero, Villa Elaine

With very little fanfare, Alabama-bred Remy Zero have done the near impossible—they’ve squeezed some originality and drop-dead beauty out of the standard guitar band format.


    Patti Rothberg: Candelabra Cadabra

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Red Monkey: Difficult Is Easy

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Eric Reed, Pure Imagination

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    Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys: Happytown

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Ruth Ruth, Are You My Friend?

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    The Rolling Stones: Exile on Main Street

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    Greg Ribot & Cumbia del Norte: The International Conspiracy

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    Ray Wonder: A New Kind of Love

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