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Heather Eatman, Spiral Jetty

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  • Jason Gross
    Greetings, In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever online music magazine , you ll find (among other things): HEATHER
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 31, 2006

      In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever online music magazine
      <http://www.perfectsoundforever.com>, you'll find (among other things):

      Interview: From folkie to swingin' chanteuse
      "Eatman experimented with her sound: she performed her old songs and
      a few new ones in a torch/lounge setting, accompanied by an acoustic
      bassist, and she recast some of those songs with a keyboard-based
      rock group. She might also have thrown in a few solo shows. Then, a
      little over a year ago, she formed Doll Hospital, a band without her
      name in front of it, with mostly permanent members, and with its own
      repertoire of original swing-pop tunes."

      Hoboken's class of the 80's
      "Spiral Jetty was at best what singer/guitarist and principal
      songwriter Adam Potkay called a "New Jersey band" that thrived in
      Hoboken and the college town of New Brunswick. During the course of
      an EP and three albums, Potkay, bassist Andy Gesner and drummer Dave
      Reynolds were at their best performing a kinetic brand of indie pop
      that moved with the speed and anxiousness of a driver braving the
      notorious traffic between those cities."

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      See you online,

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