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Re: (TV) carlucci
In a message dated 1/20/00 2:26:14 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> WINTER HOURS THE BAND
> An '80s/'90s quintet strongly influenced by early Buffalo Springfield,
> Dylan, and the Gene
> Clark-era Byrds, Winter Hours had a refreshingly aggressive, high-energy
> approach. They
> specialized in what might best be called loud folk-rock with a vengeance.
> Articulate, creative, and
> talented, they didn't stand a chance in the '80s. -- Bruce Eder, All
> WINTER HOURS THE RECORD
> Self-titled album resounds with echoes of Neil Young, Pete Townshend, and
> Phil Ochs, haunting melodies, and dazzling guitar by Mike Carlucci. A must-
> own for anyone who ever cared about any of those three influences. --
> Bruce Eder, All Music Guide
DAMN. This sounds like something I'd really like! Are the albums out of print?
"What do you get when you take Italy's finest zydeco musicians and turn them
loose on a program of Cyndi Lauper favorites? We have no idea, really, but we
imagine it would sound nothing like THE MISTAKES, the semi-long-awaited
collaboration between four of modern music's more intriguing practitioners
-- from the press release for the debut album by The Mistakes
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