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July 23, 2005

Shorties

The New York Times spends a night out with singer-songwriter Leslie Feist and director Patrick Daughters.


The Anchorage Daily News lists their favorite albums of the year so far.


A Scotsman journalist hates the iPod.


Free Time lists their 10 most in-demand '80s-'90s band reunions.


Elvis Costello talks to the New Haven Advocate.

"Touring is what I do. If I were to lose sleep over whether my albums did well financially, I'd never sleep."


Retailers can carry either the marijuana leaf or palm tree covers of the new Willie Nelson album.


Singer-songwriter Erin McKeown talks to Chartattack.

"It felt like a challenge for me on this album to not rely on something that was easy and to make an interesting and fun album without anything kitsch."


The Chicago Sun-Times previews today's "Kidzapalooza" events at Lollapalooza.


"House parties are Tupperware parties for the iPod generation."


Jason Collett, of Broken Social scene, talks to The Globe and Mail about his solo album.

"What happens to a lot of musicians is that they get good, and they just want to play music. And then they start doing some really questionable gigs, for money. It really waters down their gifts. They lose their unique qualities."


The Globe and Mail looks forward to the The Complete New Yorker (out September 20th), an eight-DVD set of every issue published in the magazine's first eighty years.


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