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Music Review: Ellis Paul – ‘Chasing Beauty’

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Ellis Paul is at his best when his artifice exudes sincerity. Read More »

Music Review: Grace Griffith – ‘Passing Through’

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'Passing Through' is a thoroughly engaging album of Celtic music. Read More »

Music DVD Review: Suzanne Vega – ‘Live: Solitude Standing’

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It is a joy to hear and see Vega sing her hits. Read More »

How To Be Properly Outraged (Thank You, Pete Seeger)

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Sing or write out your outrage as Pete Seeger and Jon Krakauer did. In this high-tech world, we may “unlike” or block someone on Facebook or Twitter as enough of a statement. It isn’t. Read More »

Interview: James Blunt Journeys Back to the Start on ‘Moon Landing’

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British singer/songwriter James Blunt returns to his indie roots on his fourth and most personal album yet, 'Moon Landing.' Read More »

The New Bob Dylan: ‘The Complete Album Collection Vol. 1′ Prompts a Look Back

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Bob Dylan has recorded 41 albums in his 50 year career. Here is a look back at the man and the music. Read More »

Music Review: Bob Dylan – ‘The Complete Album Collection Vol. One’

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The most diverse collection of music recorded by one artist in the history of pop music. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – ‘Over the Bridge of Time: A Paul Simon Retrospective (1964-2011)’

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A retrospective that collects 20 Simon gems and still doesn't scratch the surface. Read More »

Music Review: Tom Rush – ‘Celebrates 50 Years of Music’ (CD+DVD)

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The folk singer-songwriter's 50th anniversary concert, an appropriate way for him to honor his life’s journey in music. Read More »

Music Review: Chamber Band – ‘Deities’

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The album is a collection of 12 tracks combining the group's love of Dungeons & Dragons and music in a variety of styles worthy of the bardic tradition. Read More »