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Burning Ambulance 5 By Philip Freeman
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
Traces By Larry Rochelle
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If you’ve never traveled The Trace in Tennessee, Larry Rochelle gives you a chance in his thriller, TRACES. Two-lane blacktop, a fifty-five mph. speed limit, no trucks, and beautiful historic... More > sites on both sides of the highway, The Trace has been a pathway for Native Americans, a supply route for soldiers and a trail walked by many explorers, among them Meriwether Lewis. But for tennis pro, Palmer Morel, it becomes a daring adventure of high speed chases, explosive gunfire and a huge forest fire which nearly destroys the site of Meriwether Lewis’ grave. Traveling with Morel can be dangerous at any time, and his new girl, Corky Kennedy, must change from the quiet Kansas woman who coaches volleyball into a banshee who protects her man from the attacks of organized crime and from the seductions of beautiful women. She’s up to the task.< Less