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Editorial Reviews

They call it 'groove-based contradance fusion' but don't mistake this for a muddy hybrid. This is uniquely American music, no matter where the source material may come from. And those sources are wide and deep: Brazilian forro, West Virginia dances, Afro-Vermont pop, Quebecois tunes, a little sak and a whole lot more. And the musicians involved mean there is no doubt that they can pull off the toughest tricks with panache and not just a little bit of humor. Fiddler, songwriter, and producer Pete Sutherland, Jeremiah McLane on accordion and keyboards, drummer, vocalist and guitarist Lee Blackwell, and banjo and flute player Mark Roberts and Peter Davis, who plays clarinet, sax, piano, and guitar are joined by special guests Dave Grant (bass, banjo, ukelele) and Walter Blackwell (congas) .

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Pretenders

Pretenders

January 3, 1980

Contemporary Pop/Rock

"Brass in Pocket" and "Stop Your Sobbing" became the new wave/classic rock staples from this album, but the raw gutsy push of "Up the Neck" and the leadoff track "Precious" deserve as much attention. Chrissy Hynde's tough purr is offset by James Honeyman-Scott's angular riffs and song structures perfectly on the band's debut.

- Zac Johnson

John Carpenter

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1980

Film Score

John Carpenter's dual role as horror director and sound designer for his eerie films of the '70s, '80s, and beyond helped form entire subgenres of synthesizer music, and the eerie, meandering score for his 1980 film The Fog is no different. A little lighter on anxious percussion and bass-heavy synth notes, the pieces here return to haunted piano figures, perfect for the eerie, mist-covered atmospheres of the movie or any creepy occasion.

- Fred Thomas