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Chicken suits and Mozart tunes are the Scatterbrain way

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, DEC. 12, 1991

When a group of musicians perform a composition by an artist as renowned as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, you might expect them to deliver it in a dignified manner, in a way meant to show the utmost respect for the composer. 531 more words

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Cadillac Tramps don't let shady pasts colour their future

photo by Geoff Cordner

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 28, 1991

Nowadays, the words “L.A. rockers” bring to mind frightful visions of leather, make-up, dyed hair, and half-assed musicianship. 470 more words

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Chris Whitley figures Johnny Winter is the best blues-rock record ever made

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 14, 1991

Certain albums hold sacred places in people’s hearts. They know every chorus, verse, and bridge of one particular LP. 607 more words

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Spring Cleaning GIVEAWAY!

We are SO EXCITED for our very first giveaway!  And for this time of year, as everyone is opening up the windows and shaking off the dust of a sleepy winter season, we couldn’t think of a better prize than this collection of home care products by HAVEN.   327 more words

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Circle of Soul brings a Motownish vibe backed by a wall of Marshalls

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, AUG. 15, 1991

From the groovy way guitarist/vocalists Joie Mastrokalos and Granville Cleveland mesh musically, you’d expect that the two players would have hit it off, buddy-wise, right from the start. 457 more words

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"Most American" title wouldn't hurt

Speculation abounds lately about whether Tesla will eventually top the Cars.com “American-Made” index. Speculation really should center around whether the average consumer knows of the index, but let’s assume he does. 342 more words

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That time J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. didn't feel like doing an interview

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 13, 1991

J. Mascis is a man of few words—and many pauses, sighs, and yawns.

That’s when he’s being interviewed, anyway. 423 more words

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