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Music, They Are Giants

They Are Giants

They Might Be Giants are in an enviable position. Eighteen years into a recording career that has seen their evolution from indie-label fledglings to corporate rock stars and finally into a self-sufficient cottage industry unto themselves, these two unassuming guys…
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Music, Hear This Hear This

Hear This

For Paolo Angeli, musical innovation starts with adapting the instrument. In this case, it's the acoustic guitar of the artist's native Sardinia. A breed apart from the Martins and Guilds one encounters at a typical U.S. folk festival, the Italian…
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Music, Finger-picking Good

Finger-picking Good

When shopping for a Duck Baker album, it can be hard to know which section of the record store to look in. On one record he collaborates with traditional folk singer Molly Andrews, while on another he arranges the songs…
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Take This Tradition and Shove It

Eugene Chadbourne plays the guitar. More precisely, he plays with the guitar. The 44-year-old musician and composer treats the instrument like his own personal romper room: His fingers scamper madly along the fretboard, teasing out atonal breaks in the middle…
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Various Artists Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Suburbia (DGC) First Romeo & Juliet, then Beavis and Butt-head, and now Bogosian and Linklater. The whole idea of the soundtrack album has become that of a compilation for the alienated teen. (Not that…
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