Monthly Archives: March 2008

  1. Scott’s Bookshelf, Part 6

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    March 29, 2008 by sw00ds

    Trudging along with this feature, ever so slowly… 36. Songs They Never Play on the Radio: Nico, the Last Bohemian …
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  2. Old Letters #14

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    March 28, 2008 by sw00ds

    [Creem, Nov. 1975]

  3. Old Letters #13

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    March 28, 2008 by sw00ds

    Because we’ve been on something of a Mendels(s)ohnian kick today, here’s a chestnut from Rolling Stone, June ’71. “Ned?” Say …
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  4. Old Letters #12

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    March 28, 2008 by sw00ds

    [Creem, Dec. 1971] Unless there are two Diana Ross fans named “Randy Taraborelli” I think we can safely assume this …
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  5. Old Letters #11

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    March 28, 2008 by sw00ds

    [Rolling Stone, May 1980]

  6. Interview with a Parenthetically-Challenged Rock Critic

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    March 28, 2008 by sw00ds

    A nice weekend companion piece to the DiMartino finale: Soundcheck: An interview with “formerly famous” music critic John Mendels(s)ohn  At Dane101.com (thanks …
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  7. Fun Facts About Dave DiMartino

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    March 27, 2008 by A.C. Rhodes

        Musical heartbreak came early for Dave as his first record, Alvin & the Chipmunks, was left too close …
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  8. The Bink Generation: Dave DiMartino In Conversation, Pt. IV

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    March 27, 2008 by A.C. Rhodes

    AR: You’re going on to David Lee Roth now, aren’t you? DD: David Lee Roth is a different scenario. It’s …
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  9. This Month in Rock Writing: Bangs, Kent & Williams

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    March 27, 2008 by A.C. Rhodes

    Paul Williams’ book, Outlaw Blues, has an interview conducted with Doors producer Paul Rothchild, from March 1967, after the band’s …
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  10. Question of the Week: Can Writers Be Friends with Other Writers?

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    March 24, 2008 by A.C. Rhodes

    Does competition (real & imagined) or difference of opinion ever impact it or get in the way?

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