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Volume N0. 291 January/February 2019
The end of the year as we knew it. By Brian Wise.
10 Rhythms CD Sampler #2
Another killer with no filler!
12 Tribute - Tony Joe White
The Swamp Fox has departed! By Brian Taranto.
14 Celebrating Margret Roadknight
Australian Women In Music Awards Hall of Famer.
21 Nashville Cat
Anne McCue reports in from Music City USA.
22 The (Muscle) Soul Movers
Lizzie Mack reports on her band’s recording trip to Muscle Shoals
15 Shedding Light On Lucero
This great, veteran Memphis band tours. By Brian Wise.
16 Don Juan Carlos & His All Stars
The rejuvenated Afro-Cuban collective returns. By Tony Hillier.
Tucson’s favourite musical sons head back to Australia.
By Brett Leigh Dicks.
20 Rufus Wainwright
One of the great singers of his generation talks to Bernard Zuel.
24 JOHN PRINE
The master songwriter returns after a mere 26 years with an
acclaimed album in tow. By Brian Wise.
27 Tyler Childers
Brian Wise spoke to the new voice of Appalachia.
28 The African Queens!
Angélique Kidjo and Fatoumata Diawara are set to reign supreme
at WOMADelaide 2019. By Tony Hillier.
32 Carmen With A Twist
Spanish singer is set to captivate WOMADelaide with a
contemporary spin on an old story. By Tony Hillier.
34 The Mirror of Truth
Alejandro Escovedo is finally touring Australia and his new album
examines America and its immigrant experience.
By Chris Familton.
36 True Born Irishman
Former All Ireland Champion singer and electrician Daoirí Farrell
will send sparks flying at Port Fairy. By Tony Hillier.
37 Les Chauffeurs In The Van
Humour and risqué lyrics from an eclectic French outfit.
By Tony Hillier.
38 A Parliamentary Procedure We Approve.
George Clinton is on a farewell tour for his Funkadelic/Parliament
collective. By Christopher Hollow.
40 A Baker’s Recipe For Success
After the success of her album Zinc, Caiti Baker prepares for a
new album and a different direction. By Megan Gnad.
42 A Nashville Double Act
Sisters Rebecca And Megan Lovell Are Larkin Poe.
By Michael Smith.
44 A Baird’s Tale
Thankfully, M.E. Baird has had his musical fire reignited.
By Martin Jones.
45 Andy Baylor’s Blues Poetry
The new album incorporates swing, country and funky
instrumentals . By Chris Lambie.
46 Bookmarks In Time
Mark Lucas talks about his new retrospective,
Prisoners Of The Heart. By Chris Familton.
48 The Rhythms Festival Guide
What’s happening, when and where in the first four months of
52 The Rhythms Readers Poll 2018
Who won your album and gigs of the year!
54 The Rhythms Writers Poll 2018
Who won our albums, gigs, books, films and what were our
62 The Flame - By Leonard Cohen
Poems from the great man’s posthumous book.
64 The Village Green Preservation.
The Kinks released this under-rated classic back in 1968 and its
influence has grown. Former Kink Mick Avory talks about the new
box set. By Brian Wise.
66 Electric Ladyland Expanded
Brian Wise talks to legendary producer and engineer Eddie
Kramer who worked with Hendrix on the classic album, also
released in 1968.
68 Sounds of The City - Zoot Archaeology
Ian McFarlane examines the new 24-track compilation and talks
to Beeb Birtles.
Nick Charles talks to Kelly Cork.
73 331/3 Revelations
Martin Jones checks Jack Clements’ All I Want To Do In Life.
74 Underwater Is Where The Action Is
From Jonathan Richman to Colter Wall. By Christopher Hollow.
76 You Won’t Hear This On Radio
Trevor Leeden’s offers another eclectic selection.
77 Waitin’ Around To Die
Chris Familton’s Americana Roundup of 2018.
78 Classic Album
Billy Pinnell on The Rolling Stones’ Beggar’s Banquet.
79 Lost In The Shuffle
Keith Glass reviews Sold For The Prevention of Disease Only by
80 Feature Album: The Beatles (The White Album)
Michael Goldberg revisits this classic and wonders about the
82 Albums + Films + Books
Rhythms writers review a swag of new albums.
88 World Music & Folk By Tony Hillier.
By Al Hensley.
Steve Bell puts the stylus to the latest stacks of wax.
93 Film & DVD
Brian Wise reviews the Dutch Tilders Benefit Concert.
Des Cowley reads Jeff Tweedy’s and offers his Top 10 Music Books
of the Year.
98 Hello & Goodbye
Sue Barrett rounds up this month’s arrivals and departures.
ADRIAN EAGLE Australia ALINA BZHEZHINSKA QUARTET Poland/UK AMJAD ALI KHAN & THE
ASO India ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO Benin ARTONIK THE COLOUR OF TIME France BALOJI DR Congo/
Belgium BCUC South Africa CANZONIERE GRECANICO SALENTINO Italy CHRISTINE AND THE
QUEENS France THE CORRESPONDENTS UK DANNY KRIVIT USA DUOUD Tunisia/Algeria
FATOUMATA DIAWAR A Mali HARTS Australia JOHN BUTLER TRIO Australia KAIIT Australia/PNG
KHRUANGBIN USA LA DAME BLANCHE Cuba LABRASSBANDA Germany MARÍA PAGÉS
COMPAÑÍA YO , C AR M E N Spain MY BABY Netherlands/New Zealand THE ORIGINAL GYPSIES
France SHANTEL & BUCOVINA CLUB ORKESTAR Germany TARA TIBA Iran/Cuba THELMA PLUM
Australia TKAY MAIDZA Australia YOHAI COHEN QUINTET Israel + MANY MORE!
PLUS: The Planet Talks Program, Installations, Street Theatre, Taste The World Program,
Artists In Conversation, Global Village, Workshops, KidZone and more!
8-11 MARCH 2019 BOTANIC PARK ADELAIDE
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