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Bring Us Some Honest Food

Label: Dancing Wayang
Released: 2015
Track listing: Portions of Honesty; The Honest Waitress; Honest Pork Pie; Dishonest Dessert.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alan Courtis & Aaron Moore: Bring Us Some Honest Food

Read "Bring Us Some Honest Food" reviewed by John Eyles

Bring Us Some Honest Food marks an important landmark for Dancing Wayang. Since its first release, A Gold Chain Round Her Breast by Motor Ghost, in 2007, this is the label's tenth album. That total of ten records in eight years is indicative of the care and attention that is lavished on every aspect of each ...

May 2010

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Adam Lane Brooklyn LyceumBrooklyn, NY April 14, 2010While bassist Adam Lane's Full Throttle Orchestra is named to conjure up great size and bombast, at present it's a compact sextet whose sonic inventory includes passages of nuance and overall calm. With a Bay Area lineup, Lane has released No(w) Music (Cadence, ...

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

It Ain't Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago

Read "It Ain't Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago" reviewed by John Barron

Various Artists It Ain't Over! Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues at Buddy Guy's Legends in Chicago Delmark Records 2009 Recorded live in Chicago at guitarist/vocalist Buddy Guy's Legends on March 7, 2008, It Ain't Over! is a celebration of Delmark Records' 55th year in the record business. ...


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