Music

Review: 'Camelot'

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Alan Jay Lerner once told me that during 1960 rehearsals for "Camelot," he was petrified that the play would fail, moaning, "My God, it has no damn humor!" Lerner would have been delighted to see the…

Review: 'Shelby Lynne'

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"Suit Yourself," the title of Shelby Lynne's latest Capitol album, can be read two ways: as advice to herself to do only what she wants, or as the shrugged-off response of someone convinced that…

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RIAA's got burning desire

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The digital equivalent of homemade tapes are the next target of the RIAA. After asserting that the RIAA's educational and lawsuit strategies were working to stall the illegal downloading of music…

Radio turns up Jack

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The future of radio sounds a lot like the past. On Los Angeles' KCBS-FM -- now known as "93.1 Jack FM" -- AC/DC blends into the Police, followed by the B-52s and a disco track by Kool and the Gang.

The sound of choice

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Believing music consumers crave the interaction and social experience of shopping at brick-and-mortar retail, NARM prexy Jim Donio will push for a "heightening of that experience for the consumer"…

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