[Fwd: July/August 2001- Perfect Sound Forever]
In the latest edition of Perfect Sound Forever
<http://www.furious.com/perfect>, you'll find (among other things):
A novelist's blues: Scot Lockman looks at this Alabaman's blues-soaked
stories populated by the ghosts of Robert Johnson and Stagger Lee
Andy Hummel interview- finally, a word from the forgotten member of this
legendary band, who co-wrote many of the songs on RADIO CITY and
unique look at the dynamics of the group.
San Antonio's Filipino Fist- with supporters like Willie Nelson, Ice-T
Kid Koala, it's time you learned about this turntable sensation who is
starting to break out thanks to... burgers?
Interview with the Divisible Man: Jeff Arndt finds out that there's life
after American Music Club
DJ as (post) modern genius? You've heard his soundtracks ('Out of
Sight'). Now hear from the 'Iggy Pop of the decks'
Public Image Ltd. unravels- Part 3 of our extensive exclusive interview
including the Ritz Riot show, the departure of Wobble and the birth of
Flowers of Romance'
Athens grrl power- a fond look back from this noted Athens cult band
(birthplace of Matthew Sweet) from Lynda Stipe and Linda Hopper and an
update on what they've been up to.
News and Reviews
Cosmic American Music- an extensive tribute with nods from Stanley
James Austin (Rhino), Sid Griffin, Peter Blackstock (No Depression),
Langford, Bud Scoppa and Ben-Fong Torres among others
Istanbul's Beyoglu beat- the next thing in 'world music'? Sons of
psych, krautrock and their own Turkish heritage
KIMBERLEY REW INTERVIEW
Still Soft and Boy-ish: from cult legend to 'Walking on Sunshine' back
cult legend again with the unlikely reunion of the Soft Boys
Interview & the Artaud connection- the Michigan/Aussie connection of
Radio Birdman and how the fits the pieces together between the Stooges
Dazed and confused- what's so special about Led Zeppelin records now?
more than you think.
Seattle's best-kept secret. '... performing to their fullest in the way
that Bob Dylan performed to his during the mid '60's, say, or John
did with the Quartet' Is it possible?
We're always looking for good material so let us know if you have any
writing or ideas for upcoming issues.
See you online,
Perfect Sound Forever
online music magazine
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