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Pink Moon

Recording review: by Will Brown | 4/4/2000

"Pink Moon" is the third and final album by the late Nick Drake, the British folksinger who died of an overdose of antidepressants in 1974 at age 26. It used to be hard to find. For years, he was know...[MORE]

Infinite Possibilities

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/21/2000

Groove Theory alumna Amel Larrieux's solo debut may not change the way you think about music, but "Infinite Possibilities" is a solid CD that's pleasingly simple and surprisingly nonretro. Unlike t...[MORE]

Two Against Nature

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/14/2000

When Steely Dan was last a major player in the pop marketplace, it was the summer of 1980. Two decades later the duo return where they left off with the release of "Two Against Nature." Trumpets, saxo...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 4/4/2000

"Pink Moon" is the third and final album by the late Nick Drake, the British folksinger who died of an overdose of antidepressants in 1974 at age 26. It used to be hard to find. For years, he was know...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/21/2000

Groove Theory alumna Amel Larrieux's solo debut may not change the way you think about music, but "Infinite Possibilities" is a solid CD that's pleasingly simple and surprisingly nonretro. Unlike t...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/14/2000

When Steely Dan was last a major player in the pop marketplace, it was the summer of 1980. Two decades later the duo return where they left off with the release of "Two Against Nature." Trumpets, saxo...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 4/4/2000

"Pink Moon" is the third and final album by the late Nick Drake, the British folksinger who died of an overdose of antidepressants in 1974 at age 26. It used to be hard to find. For years, he was know...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/21/2000

Groove Theory alumna Amel Larrieux's solo debut may not change the way you think about music, but "Infinite Possibilities" is a solid CD that's pleasingly simple and surprisingly nonretro. Unlike t...[MORE]

Recording review: by Will Brown | 3/14/2000

When Steely Dan was last a major player in the pop marketplace, it was the summer of 1980. Two decades later the duo return where they left off with the release of "Two Against Nature." Trumpets, saxo...[MORE]

9 reviews found. Showing page 1 of 1.

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