Tag: Singing

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CD Reviews, Music, Popdose Interviews

CD Review: David Bowie, “A Reality Tour” (with Gail Ann Dorsey interview)

Though I’ve been a Bowie fan for just about as long as I’ve been a sentient human being (thanks, Dad!), I’ve only seen...

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Music, The Steel Horse Archives

The Steel Horse Archives: “Jackyl” (1992)

JACKYL Title: “The Lumberjack Song” Album: Jackyl Release Date: 1992 Why You Remember Them: You cannot imagine how often, in...

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Concert Reviews, Music

Live Music: Akron/Family @ Union Pool, 3/29/09

“Everyone is guilty,” Akron/Family sang at their second gig at Union Pool, but if their performance was any indication, that...

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Lost in the '80s, Music

Lost in the ’80s: Les Rita Mitsouko

French duo Fred Chichin and Catherine Ringer met at a theater production in the late ’70s and an instant musical bond was formed, one...

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Music

New Radio Roundtable: 3/6/09

Do not be alarmed! Do not adjust your set! Chartburn hasn’t gone away — it’s just sharing space with some more Friday...

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CD Reviews, Music

CD Review: Lelia Broussard, “Waiting on the 9”

Lelia Broussard – Waiting on the 9 (self-released, 2008) purchase this album (Amie Street) I’m pretty sure I have t-shirts that...

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Lost in the '70s, Music

Lost in the ’70s: The Quick

Unknown to nearly everyone save the most devoted power-pop and glam aficionados, the Quick were managed by legendary Los Angeles scenester...

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Music, Way Out Wednesday

Way Out Wednesday: The Peter Pan Orchestra and Chorus, “What’s the Good Word?”

Today’s Way Out Wednesday features this album by the Peter Pan Orchestra and Chorus, called What’s the Good Word? It has fun...

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Basement Songs, Music

Basement Songs: Brandi Carlile, “The Story”

My father was admitted into the hospital this week complaining of chest pains; because he’d had bypass surgery in 1992, the doctors...

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Lost in the '70s, Music

Lost in the ’70s: Cheryl Ladd, “Think It Over”

Charlie’s Angels chanteuse Cheryl Ladd was known for two spectacular things: her acting and her singing. What? What’d you think...