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The Twilight Singers.
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August 25, 2011 Hear a live performance from the always-intense Greg Dulli.
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January 24, 2007 The tone of The Twilight Singers' "Live with Me" moves beyond that of a simple lover's plea: Over an ominous slide guitar, washes of electric guitars and a pulsing backbeat, the vibe gets pushed into ever more unnerving territory, thanks to two great singers who know their way around it.
December 20, 2006 Even at its mellowest, Twilight Singers' music is driving and intense, with an emotional rawness that's only enhanced by Greg Dulli's unhinged vocals. Dulli remains well-known as the former singer and songwriter of Afghan Whigs.
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June 16, 2006 New rock from Dashboard Confessional; Raw and emotional: The Twilight Singers; Africa's Hallelujah Chicken Run Band; Reggae dub by Roots Tonic & Bill Laswell; Strange electronic textures from Matmos; Japan meets Norway through Caroline; A new retrospective on Gram Parsons; Cowboy singer Ramblin' Jack Elliott; '50s, '60s Folk revival singer Ed McCurdy.
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