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Music, Hear This The Doe Duet

The Doe Duet

Singer-songwriter and actor John Doe is, of course, a founding member of X, one of the first punk bands to explicitly embrace American roots music. As a solo artist, his sinewy heartland rock combines the worried-man soul of Merle Haggard…
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Music, Reviewed John Doe

John Doe

Despite the volume and punky posture, L.A. punks X always had a rootsy side. Bassist John Doe's solo work since the band's demise has emphasized that traditional singer-songwriter attitude, with every album sounding increasingly rawer. His latest, A Year in…
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Music, Reviewed Eleni Mandell

Eleni Mandell

In the songs on Eleni Mandell's fifth CD, the men are unfaithful, dangerous, and, worst of all, beating a path from Mandell's bed straight to the city limits. All the desertion may seem like a lot for one young singer/songwriter…
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Music, Reviewed Kathleen Edwards

Kathleen Edwards

It's pretty easy to nail Kathleen Edwards as "the next Lucinda Williams," since the frequent comparison is hardly unfair. On the opening tracks of Edwards' debut album, Failer, the Canadian roots-rocker strains to mimic Williams' raspy vocal style, while the…
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