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Here Comes That Day: Siouxsie Goes Solo

Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler, from The Jam, weren’t the only members of Britain’s Class of ’77 playing New York City last Saturday night. Less than half a mile away,...
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Life Is Timeless: From The Jam in New York

“We are a tribute band in a sense, with the advantage that we have two (original) members in our ranks.” Pete Townshend wrote that, just a couple of weeks back,...
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Mountain Jam Madness

The line-up for the fourth Hunter Mountain Jam was announced yesterday, and after I got over the déjà vu – it’s now a given that Government Mule close out both...
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Some things for the weekend…

The Keith Moon Final 24 re-enactment/documentary, shown on the Biography Channel Wednesday night, was much better than I feared. I was especially relieved that the producers got hold of and...
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A Mid-Winter Hitlist

Got to hear and see a lot of great music, old new borrowed and blue, over this mini-Holiday weekend. In no particular order… CITY REVERB Everyone’s favorite Chill-out/Blue Room DJ...
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Good Morning, Here’s The News…

…And it certainly is good. Last week, Mick Jones’ current group, Carbon/Silicon – whose album The Last Post rated in my Top 10 of 2007 – started a Friday residency...
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The Wit and Wisdom of Al Aronowitz

He claimed to have been “blacklisted” out of the journalism business, but Al Aronowitz certainly enjoyed his fame while he was in the midst of it. He’s remembered as the...
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Warm Heart Pastry: Guess Who Came for the Feast?

In 1971, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon were among the very many special guests to play on the debut album by the Incredible String Band’s Mike Heron, Smiling Men With...
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