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Sole, Friskies Cat Team, Jimbo Mathus, TKO Art Show and more

Selections | 3/31/2005 | By John Duffy, Jason Ferguson, Steve Schneider, Lindy T. Shepherd

Friday • 1 SOLE Although Sole is the theoretical headliner on this bill, this show could realistically be called "The Anticon Allstars Revue," as it features the label's cofounders (Sole, Pedest...[MORE]

God don't make no junk

Music Feature | 4/8/2004 | By John Duffy

In early March 1865, one of the final battles of the Civil War was fought at a small southern Virginia crossroads known as Five Forks, in a fiercely rural locale called Dinwiddie County. Scarcely 40 y...[MORE]

NO MORE MIDDLE GROUND

News | 10/7/2004 | By John Duffy

Both have given their time, talents, energy and money to liberal and progressive causes going back over 20 years. Both have lamented the plight of people left behind in America's mad rush of consumeri...[MORE]

Sole, Friskies Cat Team, Jimbo Mathus, TKO Art Show and more

Selections | 3/31/2005 | By John Duffy, Jason Ferguson, Steve Schneider, Lindy T. Shepherd

Friday • 1 SOLE Although Sole is the theoretical headliner on this bill, this show could realistically be called "The Anticon Allstars Revue," as it features the label's cofounders (Sole, Pedest...[MORE]

4 stories found. Showing page 1 of 1.

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Spirit of the Century

Recording review: by John Duffy | 5/10/2001

Since their formation in 1937, The Blind Boys of Alabama have kept the gap between sacred and profane music more narrow than most. But their recent recordings have been hampered by a much too polished...[MORE]

Recording review: by John Duffy | 5/10/2001

Since their formation in 1937, The Blind Boys of Alabama have kept the gap between sacred and profane music more narrow than most. But their recent recordings have been hampered by a much too polished...[MORE]

Recording review: by John Duffy | 5/10/2001

Since their formation in 1937, The Blind Boys of Alabama have kept the gap between sacred and profane music more narrow than most. But their recent recordings have been hampered by a much too polished...[MORE]

3 reviews found. Showing page 1 of 1.

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