Current Marsh-O-Meter reading:
Chaz Reviews the following albums you might have missed:
Other articles and resources available in this section:
The following have contributed in no small way:
Tiffany.org devoted to the late-Eighties teen dream.
Deborah Gibson NRG^ devoted to the other late-Eighties teen dream.The Judy Henske Official Site dedicated to the neo-folkie-psychedelic-otherwise-indescribable singer/songwriter.
Record Collecting Resources an exhaustive list by T. P. Uschanov.
Pat Swayne's Tribute to Lesley Gore you would cry, too, if it happened to you.
Tanisha Taitt Canadian indie singer with the voice of an angel.
Laura Nyro a shrine to the late (and greatly missed) New York Tendaberry.
Grateful Dead Family Discography covers just about everybody who took that long, strange trip.
NoRelevance by Art Thompson 45-rpm record labels from a designer's point of view.
Catherine Marie Charlton piano improvisations, part mathematical, part magical.
Eric Records if you've found a consistently excellent-sounding reissue CD, chances are it's from them.
RockSnobs just because, dammit.
Vicki Logan composer/pianist somehow splitting the difference between New Age and Down Home.
Concentio Agnorum specializing in early music for, among other things, Renaissance fairs.
Lyn Nuttall's Pop Archives the secret origin of many Australian pop hits.
The Steely Dan Dictionary explains, for instance, why there's one roulade Cathy Berberian knows she can't sing.
Radio Use Only a guide to all those radio-station LPs you still have lying around.
Pew Man Fu Studios one woman, one computer, and a gift for both animation and storytelling.
Songs in Haiku the songs you know, reduced to their seventeen-syllable essence.
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