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The Kinks BBC Sessions 1964-1977

Web Feature: CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, March 29, 2001
Hooray! More Kinks! The fourth greatest group of the British Invasion has returned with 35-tracks on two CDs courtesy of the BBC archives. And like last year's BBC set featuring The Who, The Kin  

Matthew Mugg's The Cats' Meats Man

CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, March 22, 2001
Since his retirement from performing in 1978, Matthew Mugg has been largely regarded as just another acid casualty. His name has appeared -- if it appeared at all -- with the likes of Sky Saxon,  

Go Robot Go Wait 3 Days ... Then Attack

CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, March 15, 2001
It's the policy of CityBeat's CD of the Week to search the globe for CDs worthy of your attention. We've rung up huge phone bills interviewing artists in London, Amsterdam, Paris and, uh, Georg  

Richard X. Heyman's Heyman, Hoosier & Herman

CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, March 8, 2001
If you are a fan of great Pop songwriting, particularly of songs with a healthy British Invasion influence, then I have an assignment for you. Head to your local independent record store -- or a  

Music: Allman Joy

Local fan puts together The Complete Allman Brothers Band Discography

0 Comments · Thursday, March 8, 2001
Dean Reynolds of Milford, Ohio, grew up down the street from one of Cincinnati's legendary Rock clubs, the Ludlow Garage in Clifton. Reynolds was a frequent visitor to the club, which opened it  

Jeb Loy Nichols Just What Time It Is

Web Feature: CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, March 1, 2001
Despite it startling mix of musical genres -- Reggae, Country, Pop, and vintage Soul -- Jeb Loy Nichols' new CD, Just What Time It Is, is one of the smoothest albums of the year. Fortunately, Ni  

Big Bill Morganfield's Ramblin' Mind

Web Feature: CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, February 22, 2001
One listen to singer/guitarist Big Bill Morganfield's new CD, Ramblin' Mind, and you're bound to be convinced that this is a man born to play the Blues. The album offers a variety of bluesy st  

Tim Easton's The Truth About Us

Web Feature: CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, February 15, 2001
There's a curious thing about the cover of Tim Easton's new CD, The Truth about Us. Right beneath the title and just to the right of the singer's name sits a row of three stars, as if the alb  

Veteran singer/songwriters Elliot Murphy and Iain Matthews join forces on La Terre Commune

CD of the Week

0 Comments · Thursday, February 8, 2001
Reading the individual discographies of veteran singer/songwriters Iain Matthews and Elliott Murphy is like reading a Who's Who of Rock and Folk. Iain Matthews first came to prominence as a fo  

Cover Story: Singing for Your Sex

Sex songs for all occasions

0 Comments · Thursday, February 8, 2001
As Tina Turner once sang, "What's love got to do with it?" The answer here is, of course, "Nothing. It's purely physical." Although this week's CityBeat is the annual Love & Sex issue, I'