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The Town And The City

Label: Mammoth Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: The Valley; Hold On; The Road to Gila Bend; Chuco's Cumbia; If You Were Only Here Tonight; Luna; Two Dogs and a Bone; Little Things; The City; Don't Ask Why; No Puedo Mas; Free Up; The Town.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Los Lobos: The Town And The City

Read "The Town And The City" reviewed by Doug Collette

The Town And The City is music for the head, heart and soul. Its sound is deeply atmospheric, its songs emotionally resonant and its concept keenly intelligent. This is the work of a great band uniting its musical and cultural roots in a song cycle imbued with universal relevance. That might sound pretentious if Los Lobos ...

Pressure Point

Label: Mammoth Records
Released: 2002

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Freestylers: Pressure Point

Read "Pressure Point" reviewed by AAJ Staff

America was introduced to London's Freestylers back in the late '90s after Fatboy Slim's hedonistic big beat made electronica 'the next big thing'. Freestylers' debut We Rock Hard was indeed a harder, but equally infectious take on the big beat phenomenon, born of the group members' love of hip-hop as well as dance music. Fast forward ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Katharine Whalen: Katharine Whalen's Jazz Squad

Read "Katharine Whalen's Jazz Squad" reviewed by AAJ Staff

After six years as a featured vocalist for the Squirrel Nut Zippers, Katharine Whalen launches her solo career with this CD, which finds her backed by her own band, the Jazz Squad. While the Zippers were never a hardcore jazz act--a lot of their music was jump blues and early R&B with a pop outlook--this is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Buck Jump

Read "Buck Jump" reviewed by John Sharpe

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band may have been raised in New Orleans, but with Buck Jump they've definitely moved on to Funkytown. While producer John Medeski (of Medeski, Martin & Wood fame) retains some of their original brass band sound, he has also added heavy slabs of his own Hammond B-3, plus assorted percussion and bass. ...


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