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Come Up to the Fender

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It's a mixed-bag this fortnight, with two brand new releases by up and comers (Sasha Mashin and Hubert Dupont), a theme album by a Spanish guitar-slinger, and one of many attempts to turn the jazzy music of Steely Dan into full-blown jazz. Pop matters features brief discussions of British odd-ball musicians Brian Eno and Syd Barrett, only one of whom was crazy like a fox (as opposed to just plain crazy).

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  • Discussion of the Justin Morell's album Plays the Music of Steely Dan " (Sonic Frenzy) 4:30
  • Discussion of Ximo Tebar's album Celebrating the Music of Erik Satie (Xabia Jazz) 19:15
  • Discussion of Sasha Mashin's album Outside the Box (Rainy Days) 31:45
  • Discussion of Hubert DuPont's album Smart Grid (Ultrabolic) 43:30
  • Pop Matters 50:45

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