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CD of the Month: Native North America Volume 1: Aboriginal Folk, Rock and Country

Folk and country music have always been genres that give a voice to groups of people that need to be heard on a larger scale. But during the 1960's folk revival, there was one group of musicians got pushed to the side: Native Americans. After a comprehensive 15-year project, Light in the Attic Records scoured Canada and North America to find some of the greatest undocumented and unheard rock, folk ...

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Bonnaroo Pre-Sale

Pre-Sale is happening now!!! #gobbleroo http://goo.gl/GaamgV...

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Six Reasons Why I Love Jazz by Ronan Guilfoyle

I was recently reading all the hype about the new Gatsby film, and reading so much rubbish, (at least in the Irish papers), being written by journalists about the ‘Jazz Age’ - journalists who have NO idea what they’re talking about, bar what they read in Wikipedia. And this got me thinking about how while there's all this fuss and hyperbole being written about the ‘Jazz Age’, the music itself struggles so h...

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Editor’s Picks: 5 Essential Jazz Albums- Bitches Brew

I saved my favorite jazz album by my favorite jazz artist for last: Miles Davis’ Bitches Brew. Duke Ellington referred to Davis as “The Picasso of jazz”, and I wholeheartedly agree. No single artist has done more to revolutionize jazz music than Miles. He was a pioneer in the true sense of the word; an innovative genius, never content with finding and developing just one sound, always pushing the boundaries and...

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