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    Album Review: The Roots, "How I Got Over"

    Album: How I Got Over Artist: The Roots Year Released: 2010 As you can tell from the albums I choose to review, I don’t listen to that much hip hop. When I do venture out into the world of rap, and hip hop, my expectations are sometimes a little too low. That said, How IContinue Reading

    Album Review: S. Carey, "All We Grow"

    Album Review: S. Carey, "All We Grow"

    Album: All We Grow Artists: S. Carey Year Released: 2010 S. Carey, the musical moniker for Sean Carey, is not a household name.  Those who have heard of him know him best from his work as the drummer for Bon Iver, headed up by Justin Vernon.  All We Grow is Carey’s first attempt at goingContinue Reading

    Album Review: The Capitalist Youth, "At the Campfire"

    Album: At the Campfire Artist: The Capitalist Youth Year Released: 2010 The Capitalist Youth have a band name that sounds like it should be an ironic punk band.  Instead, what you get on At the Campfire is the sound of earnest, silly, folksy young singers, who sound like they are having a great time together.Continue Reading

    Album Review: John Legend and The Roots, "Wake Up!"

    Album: Wake Up! Artist: John Legend and The Roots Year Released: 2010   I’ll admit, I was about three songs into the album before I realized it was an album of cover songs.  I was sitting and listening, thinking, “These songs are wonderful!  They sound like instant classics.”  That when it hit me.  They areContinue Reading

    Album Review: Jukebox the Ghost, "Everything Under the Sun"

    Album: Everything Under the Sun Artist: Jukebox the Ghost Year Released: 2010 Listening to music can be like tasting wine.  Some wines are sweet, others bitter.  Some taste of a single flavor, while others are more complex.  I connoisseur can taste exactly where a wine comes from based on the flavors in the soil whereContinue Reading

    Album Review: Ben Folds/Nick Hornby, "Lonely Avenue"

    Album: Lonely Avenue Artist: Ben Folds and Nick Hornby Release Year: 2010   First, let me admit, I have a special place in my heart for Ben Folds.  As a teenager, Ben Folds Five was my favorite band and I saw Ben Folds with BFF every time he came to Atlanta over the course ofContinue Reading

    Live Shows: The National at the Fox Theater, 10-5-2010

    Last night’s show by The National was not necessarily the best I’ve ever seen, but it was thoroughly enjoyable.  Unlike some shows where bands simply play the same versions from their albums, The National mixed it up a good bit and gave the audience a truly unique experience. The biggest complaint was the absence ofContinue Reading

    Live Shows: Pixies at the Fox Theater

    Last night, I had the definite privilege of accompanying my always-fun brother-in-law, Terrell, to see the Pixies at the Fox Theater, here in Atlanta.  The tickets were provided for us by my amazing and thoughtful fiance. Both Terrell and I agreed that this was an overall excellent show.  As much as I enjoy supporting smallContinue Reading

    Album Review: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yelstin, "Let It Sway"

    Album: Let it Sway Artist: Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin Year Released: 2010 Finally, the album I’ve been waiting for comes like a shot of cool air at the end of this hot summer.  I’ve had a soft spot for Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin since their 2005 release, Broom.   Now comes LetContinue Reading

    Album Review: Tim Cohen, "Laugh Tracks"

    Album: Laugh Tracks Artist: Tim Cohen Year Released: 2010 As the summer wanes, school starts back and football season approaches, I was looking for music that would reflect this mood of hot, slow evenings, waiting for fall.  I found just the album in Tim Cohen’s, of the Fresh and Only’s, second solo LP, Laugh Tracks.Continue Reading