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- May 18, 2018
Technicolor Paradise: Rhum Rhapsodies & Other Exotic Delights (The Numero Group). Review by James Mann.
A story about accepting the odds and thriving beyond them. Cindy Barrymore finds unexpected heart and soul in this tell-all from one of Madonna’s former dancers.
Flying Saucer Tour, Vol. 1: Pittsburgh, PA, 6/20/91 (Rykodisc). Review by Matt Cibula.
Hometown boy Carl F Gauze checks out this dvd of a mid-nineties concert at Orlando’s Cheyenne Saloon by a still-vibrant Tucker – and totally bombs the “Country Music Quiz” in the bonus features.
There’s a little sticker on the front cover of the CD that hails this ‘un as …
Vovin (Nuclear Blast). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Lady Melody (Kung Fu). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Forget the scientific defintion; all you need to know about Polymer is their music. Brittany Sturges foregoes her Organic Chemistry homework to figure it out with the band.
Where you heading, man? James MacLaren has nothing but praise for Elijah Wald’s tale of hitchhiking around the country. And of course he has a few things to say about hitchhiking myths and, hell, society in general.
The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads (Bella Union). Review by Terry Eagan.
The Execution of All Things (Saddle Creek). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Taking a break from recording their new album, multi-faceted Thrice played a rare, intimate date at Orlando’s The Club @ Firestone. Jen Cray was there to see which side of the band’s personality showed up to play.