Incredible String Band interview, country murder songs article
In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever
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Van Morrison's troubles
Though never a commercial smash, Astral Weeks is regarded as an artistic
triumph. What led a young Irishman from the dirty R&B of Them to this
mystic journey? Kevin Parker explores the contradictory themes of the
classic album and how it relates to Morrison's Belfast roots.
Folkie heartbreak counselor
Marianna Fikes finds how a sexy satyr illuminates relationship problems so
well. Maybe even yours...
COUNTRY MURDER SONGS
Carrying on a fine tradition
Gangsta rap does not have a stronghold of its own on blood and
guts. Country has carried this torch since its inception. So what is that
some in the industry are getting worried and defensive about a new crop of
slay tunes? Ken Cox investigates.
PARKER AND LILY
An indie pop winter
Gray, sweet, loneliness, lovely-ness, infidelity, struggles in deserts,
airports, darkness, sleep, jungles and Gotham as related by Karen Timkova
Incredible String Man- interview
Way back in the '60s, an English folk band that didn't quite act like a
folk band but nevertheless helped to define the genre made waves not only
in their own circle but also in the highbrow circles. Decades after their
demise, the Incredible String Band has incredibly returned and one of their
founders speaks to Richie Unterberger about their history.
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