Monthly Archives: May 2006

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Music Musings

“It may be that it’s just too abstract for a lot of people. It may be that… it’s meant to speak to a specific group of listeners, and that group...
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Seeger Live! Ochs Lives!

It would be remiss of me to post such a long essay yesterday about Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen and the latest in a series of American folk revivals without noting...
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Folk Like This

“Folk songs are the musical expression of preliterate or illiterate communities and necessarily pass from singer to singer… through a process of oral repetition that is akin to the game...
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Real Enemies Like This

OK, I do try and keep the business of managing a band and running my web site distinct and separate. But you know I’d be happy to see a post...
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Enemies Like This

Radio 4 releases its new single and album, both called Enemies Like This, in almost every country today except the UK. (UK release is June 12th for the single, June...
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Miss Brooklyn?

“We spent an enormous amount of time studying Brooklyn… trying to get a sense of what it is.” Architect Frank Gehry, quoted in the New York Daily News, unveiling a...
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Ingredients For A Good Weekend

No journeys to or from New York City A Friday night square dance at the local elementary school All our parent friends and their kids getting dressed up in cowboy...
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James Blunt Goes To The Dogs… In The Catskills

He’s the first Brit to simultaneously top the American singles and albums charts since Rod Stewart some thirty years ago. He’s the first ex-British soldier to successfully hit the singer-songwriter...
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