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August 7, 2005

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*sixeyes had two great interviews this week, with Matt Berninger of The National and Alec Ounsworth of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.


To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited, Uncut magazine has packaged a CD of covers from the album with their August issue. the Drive-By Truckers cover "Like A Rolling Stone," and Paul Westerberg tackles "It Takes A Lot to Laugh, It Takes A Train To Laugh" on the disc.


Thanks to Escape From Obsession for listing LHB as one of their ten "desert island blogs."


Said The Gramophone's second "Said The Guests" post features elections by Grizzly Bear.


RIP Ibrahim Ferrer, lead singer for Buena Vista Social Club.


Lucinda Williams' show tonight will be webcast live from Washington by NPR.


iPod My Baby offers onesies for your infant with a clickwheel over their belly.


RIP, author and politician Robin Cook.


Morrissey's record label, Sanctuary Group, is in financial trouble.


Why is hold music so bad?


Rufus Wainwright talks to the Chicago Sun-Times.

"I definitely was always expected and encouraged to be a songwriter from a very young age," said Rufus, who grew up with McGarrigle in Montreal. "But really it's because, as a child, I thought I was Judy Garland. And when I started out, I was a little nuts. I thought I was a classic, legendary superstar when only 10 people knew who I was."


Sufjan Stevens falls short of the Christian Music Trade Association's stamp of approval.


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