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  • 18 years ago

    Page & Plant Walking into Clarksdale Atlantic When all is said and done, the Led Zeppelin output that endures best isn't the straight blues jams or the acoustic ballads, but, quite simply, the rock and roll -- that is, the sound made when all at o...

  • 18 years ago

    Eric Clapton Pilgrim Reprise Records To those for whom the '60s are less a memory than a myth, to those who believe yesterday never means as much as tomorrow, Eric Clapton barely exists. His post-'80s output contains scarcely an echo of what he cr...

  • 18 years ago

    Kristin Hersh Strange Angels Rykodisc When sung to children, lullabies are meant to induce sleep. When sung to adults by Kristin Hersh, they have the opposite effect. And it seems that no matter how sweet or hushed the sound of Strange Angels, Her...

  • 18 years ago

    Pearl Jam Yield Epic Eddie Vedder has always been a better star than artist, and don't let any critic who slept through Ten and raved about No Code tell you otherwise. He's best at grand gestures, belting out "Alive" or vowing to bring a concert-t...

  • 18 years ago

    The Hollisters The Land of Rhythm and Pleasure Freedom Nationally, many consider Austin to be the hub of alternative country. But The Land of Rhythm and Pleasure, the long-awaited debut CD from the Hollisters, just might be the release Houston has...

  • 19 years ago

    Guy Clark Keepers: A Live Recording Sugar Hill "Keepers" is exactly right. The title of Guy Clark's latest disc suggests that what we have here is a collection of a legendary songwriter's best songs, recorded live. And we do. But what makes this o...

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