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Boy George & Culture Now

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Boy George’s latest is yet another example of an artist coming back from relative obscurity with several styles in tow. There is the obligatory reggae sound of the early 80s, some regular dance, some rap, that kind of thing.  So what is there of authenticity on This Is What I Do?

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Tim Roth You Have the Unfortunate Distinction of Sort of Rhyming with “Fuck Off”

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You know what it’s like when you meet up with a friend you haven’t spoken to in ages and you catch up by exchanging random stories in quick succession?  Well that’s what it’s like to hear Adam Ant’s not so pithily titled Adam Ant Is the BlueBlack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner's Daughter from early 2013. There are a lot of stories here, but it is still great to catch up with an old friend.

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Standing at the Crossroads: Justin Hayward

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Justin Hayward still has that pastoral, Romantic sound for which he and the Moody Blues were so famous.  His 2013 release, Spirits of the Western Sky, helps us realize just what he brought to the Moody Blues—and what the rest of the band brought as well. 

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Peter Frampton Outside of the Talk Box

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Frampton’s Hummingbird in a Box, the 2014 EP, has some of his best playing to date.  Inspired by the Cincinnati ballet, though that doesn’t matter much to Frampton fans awaiting new work, these seven solid songs lean toward jazz. The songs range from clear tonal tunes like “The Promenade’s Retreat” to excellent acoustical numbers like “Norman Wisdom” and “Hummingbird in a Box.”  

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