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Current Marsh-O-Meter reading:

Chaz Reviews the following albums you might have missed:

  1. Jennifer
  2. Blue Angel
  3. Someplace Else Now  —  Lesley Gore
  4. Love Me By Name  —  Lesley Gore
  5. Think With Your Heart  —  Deborah Gibson
  6. Górecki: Symphony No. 3  —  Dawn Upshaw, David Zinman
  7. Gonna Take a Miracle  —  Laura Nyro and Labelle
  8. You Broke My Heart in 17 Places  —  Tracey Ullman
  9. Till the Night Is Gone: A Tribute to Doc Pomus
  10. Moments  —  Judy Mayhan
  11. Message from the Country  —  The Move
  12. The Naked Carmen
  13. Do It Now
  14. It's A Beautiful Day
  15. Cycles: The Reprise Collection  —  Sweetwater
  16. Deep Purple and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  17. "...I Can Remember Everything" and See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me  —  Jennifer
  18. Montage
  19. Befour  —  Brian Auger and the Trinity
  20. Strangers on a Train  —  The Left Banke

Other articles and resources available in this section:

See also:


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.

Jersey Girls Sing  —  the Web home of Bernadette Carroll and Denise Ferri, who sang on a lot more great records than you think (including this one).

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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