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    Greetings, In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever , you ll find (among other things): BIRD OF PARADISE Ann Arbor jazz
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 30, 2003

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

      Ann Arbor jazz haven
      A renowned oasis in Michigan run by Ellington bassist Ron Brooks, where the
      likes of the Count Basie Orchestra and Dizzy Gillespie have played, is
      still going strong for almost two decades now.

      THE EX
      Dutch punk treats
      Anarchy in Amsterdam is a long, proud tradition that's been carried forth
      by this long-time punk ensemble. Singer/lyricist Jos is interrogated here
      about the band's seemingly telepathic stage communications, the glories of
      touring and shout-outs to their kindred spirits.

      Enigmatic gloom-pop
      Lawrence Hayward and friends actually made the Smiths sound like a sunny
      pop band through their 10-year (1979-1989) existence. LH recalls the
      glories of their ever-shifting membership and bizarrely unique discography.

      DIY to the n-th
      "Why pay £6 for an album when you can/Listen to a weird noise band?" they
      bravely asked and who can argue with that. While many UK punk ensembles
      prided themselves on doing it themselves, how many sold their recorded work
      for no money? Only a band that "toiled away in almost complete obscurity
      between 1977 and 1982."

      Perfect pop for indie people
      Split between Indiana and Florida with their membership, this brainy band
      (hey, some of them are teachers and students!) has been quietly making
      wonderful easy rock sounds for two decades with a collection of their best
      material out now and reissues of their old albums soon on the way.

      PLUS the latest edition of our Digitaljukejointbox featuring Tom Verlaine,
      the Urinals, Thinking Plague, a Johnny Cash blues tribute and the Strokes
      among others.

      We're always looking for good writers and/or ideas so let us know if you
      have anything to share.

      Also, if you have any interest about women, arts and media, see this new
      mailing list for women journalists: Girl Group at

      See you online,
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