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Gerald Collier Shares Unreleased Covers, Demos, and B-Sides

I suppose that you could say that Gerald Collier is aware of what most men want. On the cover of his newest release, How Can There Be Another Day?, is a photo of a young woman who is in the complete nude, sensually lounged back...
 
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Abernethy

I often find myself fascinated with dramatically poetic musicians. A lugubrious perspective applied toward the lyrical aspect doesn’t hurt either. There is not much publicly known about Joe Abernethy or, as his musical ou...

 
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David Vandervelde and The Moonstation House Band

It is impossible for most artists to avoid comparisons to their past influences. After all, complete innovation is not something to be taken lightly. So, if one compared David Vandervelde to Marc Bolan, Scott Walker, and John L...
 
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International Sad Hits, Vol. 1: Altaic Language Group

I picked up an extremely interesting compilation the other day. Titled International Sad Hits, Vol. 1: Altaic Language Group, it collects several notable songs from four prominent Asian songwriters. The lineup features Fikret K...

 
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Neil Hannon covers the classics

My admiration for Neil Hannon and his The Divine Comedy is no secret. Their most recent album, Victory for the Comic Muse, is one of my favorite releases of 2006 for good reason. For over thirteen years, Hannon has been a devas...
 
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DASHING DEBUTS: Jeff Buckley – Grace

Being the son of a famed songwriter must be interesting. Jeff Buckley grew up as the son to Tim Buckley, a brilliant songwriter who died an untimely death when Jeff was 9, due to a drug overdose. Despite only meeting once, thes...

 
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SHORT BITS – 6/21/06

Radiohead debuted their new track, ‘All I Need’ in Chicago last night. While these are all far from final versions, I find this one to be beautiful and I am liking it almost as much as ‘Arpeggi’. For a v...