Michael Keefe’s Music Reviews: March & April

I’m back from Yosemite. My skin is a little browner, my legs a little sore. I’m posting some pics to Flickr as I write this. In the meantime, perhaps you didn’t notice that at last we are caught up on the music reviews offered monthly by wandering minstrel, tune addict and discerning critic, Michael Keefe. March & April saw the release of a slew of new music, including stuff by Neko Case, Sparks, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and the inimitable Morrissey. Michael covers it all here and here. Or as usual, click the links on the right.

More later. Today begins a busy week. I’ll squeeze in posts when I can.


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3 comments to “Michael Keefe’s Music Reviews: March & April”

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  1. justJENN - May 15, 2006 at 8:34 pm Reply

    Oh how I *heart* that man. And by that man, I mean Morrissey.

    Interesting reviews! I’ve been wondering about Sondre Lerche, the Sparks, Prince and the Streets. And Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs, well I may just have to get that now.

  2. Jodi - May 18, 2006 at 10:11 pm Reply

    I really like Neko Case and don’t have Blacklisted, so will consider picking that up. I discovered her through The New Pornographers, who I *heart* very much!

  3. Jodi - May 24, 2006 at 10:41 pm Reply

    Stopped in Amoeba this evening and picked up Blacklisted. Can’t wait to give it a listen!

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