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Return of the Prodigious Son

Some might say that a person would have to be crazy to abandon life here for New York City. But for Charlie Hunter, the beautiful Bay Area was a barren wasteland. "I felt that as a musician it was just…
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Robert Pollard Waved Out (Matador) After a few dozen albums, EPs, singles, and lineup changes, this much has become clear about Guided by Voices: Bee Thousand, the band's breakthrough 1994 album, was a fluke, a brave and guileless collision of…
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Max Roach/Leon Parker Max Roach knows that the beat is the backbone of jazz. For half a century, along with fellow bop godfathers Art Blakey and Roy Haynes, his rhythmic energy has propelled some of the genre's greatest names: Charlie…
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