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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

From Today's Paper: Bouncer's Gaydar, Lomax in Haiti, Dancing with Odessa

Posted By on Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 3:10 PM

Ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax in 1938. - ASSOCIATION FOR CULTURAL EQUITY
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  • Ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax in 1938.
Fresh from today's Weekly music section:

Katy St. Clair gets tagged a lesbian, hits the Lexington [Bouncer]

A different angle on news from Haiti: Alan Lomax's early recordings collected in beautiful new box set, produced locally [New Alan Lomax Box Set...]

People are dancing (as in, like choreographed moves) to Odessa Chen at Yerba Buena [Odessa Chen...Open to Interpretation]

Owen Pallat's Final Fantasy was to create great orchestral pop music [Owen Pallett]

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