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Music Review: Mingus Big Band – Live at the Blue Note in Tokyo

The Mingus Big Band gives this music a powerful, evocative voice that speaks not just to America but to the world. Read More »

Music Review: Sophia Darcell – Soul Eclectic

There's a comfort level here that will bring in the hometown fans but may not be enough to hook the national audience. Read More »

Music Review: Dead Can Dance – Wake

As retrospective compilations go, Wake is exceptional in its depth and quality. Read More »

Music Review: Sonny Rollins Quartet – Tenor Madness

“Tenor Madness” alone makes this a release worth owning. The others are the icing on the cake and the sweet cherries on top. Read More »

e-junkie: The Leading Edge of Independent Internet Marketing

e-junkie is an universal marketing and commerce environment for the independent online marketer of just about any product or service. Read More »

Does Google Epitomize the New (Corporate) World Order?

Have no doubt, Multi-National doesn't mean International and it doesn't in any sense presuppose fair play. Colonialism by any other name is still colonialism. Read More »

Music Review: The Klezmonauts – Oy to the World! A Klezmer Christmas

Christmas music for the person who delights in the bizarre and unconventional... Read More »

Music Review: Jake Shimabukuro – Gently Weeps

If you think of the ukulele as a toy or simple instrument , the playing of Jake Shimabukuro will shatter that illusion. Read More »

DVD Review: Miami Vice

Darker and with less humour than the original television series, this tale still captures Michael Mann's unique vision of Miami. Read More »

Music Review: Jerry Garcia – The Very Best of Jerry Garcia

On his own, Jerry Garcia is far more eclectic and perhaps even more eccentric than was his most famous band, even at its most extreme. Read More »