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May 16, 2006

Largehearted List - May 16th, 2006

The Largehearted List is a day late due to technical difficulties, but is as rewarding a collection of exceptional links that I have posted to date. Next week, look for the list to be posted on Sunday afternoon, its new permanent time slot.

Berkeley Place covered Ted Leo from A to Z.

Byron Crawford wondered if OutKast is overrated, then rates each of their albums individually.

Cable and Tweed presented duets past and present.

Earfarm summed up its "overlooked albums of the 90's" series.

Goodhodgkins had an impressive group of music bloggers list and describe "visceral song moments." Honorable mention: Goodhodgkin's interview with Matthew Friedberger of the Fiery Furnaces, where the questions actually have pertinence.

I Am Fuel, You Are Friends offered an eclectic Mother's Day mix.

I Guess I'm Floating researched the origins of music blog names.

Living With Music profiled the comic, Bands I Useta Like.

Marathonpacks followed a memorable Beatles moments post with an equally clip-filled (and enjoyable) follow-up.

Said the Gramophone called Josephine Foster's "Der Konig and Thule," "the clumsiest and most beautiful thing I've heard this week" (which is definitely the music blog line of the week).

Swoon got drunk with Chuck Klosterman, and learned how to play his "Monkees=Monkees" game.

You Ain't No Picasso discusses the overexposure of singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens.

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