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Robert Plant: Mountain Man: Robert Plant Goes Back to his Welsh Roots

Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Tracks, 2003

WHEN YOU'RE TOLD that Robert Plant will meet you on the platform of Machynlleth station in southern Snowdonia, you figure, "Sure, some hapless lackey will ...

Prince: Body & Soul

Interview by Alan Light, Tracks, September 2004

The hit Musicology album and torrid live shows have made him a star again. Faith and marriage have made him happy. Yes, Prince has come ...

Camper Van Beethoven: New Roman Times

Review by Richard Gehr, Tracks, December 2004

FOR THEIR FIRST album since 1989's elegiac Key Lime Pie, David Lowery and his original posse of SoCal stoners reunite for a fascinating life-during-wartime alt-rock ...

Kasey Chambers: Wayward Angel

Review by Andria Lisle, Tracks, December 2004

OUTBACK COUNTRY: the Aussie singer-songwriter Kasey Chambers staked her claim to the genre with The Captain (2000), her folksy debut. ...

Mark Knopfler: Love Over Gold

Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Tracks, December 2004

Mark Knopfler was once world-famous. He's happier now. ...

Ray LaMontagne: Ray of Light: Ray LaMontagne

Profile and Interview by Bud Scoppa, Tracks, December 2004

A remarkably mature debut album turned rural Maine resident RAY LAMONTAGNE into a hot property practically overnight. ...

Warren Zevon: Various Artists: Enjoy Every Sandwich – The Songs of Warren Zevon

Review by Bud Scoppa, Tracks, December 2004

LIKE THE hard-boiled American novelists he so admired, Warren Zevon was a wiseass with an oversized heart and a gift for locating big truths in ...

PJ Harvey: Love in All the Wrong Places: PJ Harvey

Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Tracks, Summer 2004

POLLY HARVEY reclines in regal splendour at the end of the very long and pompous Promenade Room of London’s legendary Dorchester Hotel. Buffed Eurotrash couples ...

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