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Jam Bands

The rumors that were gathering steam these last few weeks have now turned official. The Jam have reformed. Without Paul Weller. A year ago, founding Jam drummer Rick Buckler formed...
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Friday Friends

Happy Birthday to Hunter Ski Bowl co-founder Orville Slutzsky, who turned 90 this last Tuesday and was given a great gift from God: the first snow-storm of the winter. Somewhere...
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The iJamming! Weekly Download: The Tripwire Podcast 023

It’s been two months since this online magazine’s last Podcast, but well worth the wait. This Tripwire show is Podcasting as it should be – solid blocks of new indie...
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Kingston Son: Adam Snyder Gets His Due

In most small cities across America, the opening of a new franchised coffee bar would be greeted by caffeine-stifled yawns of over-familiarity. But then most small cities across America aren’t...
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Shut Up and Sing, Creep?

I love these coincidences. Yesterday was also the day I finally got to hear Thom Yorke‘s solo album The Eraser, in full. I’m with All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen...
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Dexys in America: Remember Us This Way?

Dexys Midnight Runners…a band known on these shores for one song only: “Come on Eileen”, a staple of pub-night and wedding-party piss-ups and so entrenched in the ubiquitous retro-80 muzak...
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Featured Album: Casino Twilight Dogs by Youth Group

This post goes out in memory of iJamming! Pubber Heggo, who was several months ahead of us all and picked this album up on import last September. His good taste...
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Featured Wine: Torbreck Juveniles

TORBRECK JUVENILES, BAROSSA VALLEY, AUSTRALIA, 2002 Torbreck is a premium Australian winery from the Barossa Valley dedicated to Rhône varietals, with most of its signature labels – The Bothie, Runrig,...
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