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It's nice to hear a new Posies song sparkle as brightly as "So Caroline," an utterly winning three minutes of love and devotion.
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January 7, 2011 It's nice to hear a new Posies song sparkle as brightly as "So Caroline," an utterly winning three minutes of love and devotion. The track is best summed up by a sweet line about midway through: "With friends like you, who needs anyone else?"
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July 29, 2009 The members of The Posies were barely out of their teens when they got a record deal with a major label. Their power pop stormed commercial radio 15 years ago, but it's been a while since one of their songs hit the charts. The band keeps playing, though, and its members still make money from music.
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November 24, 2001 Reporter Marcie Sillman of member station KUOW profiles Ken Stringfellow, the gentle, sweet-voiced tenor who used to sing with the 1980s Seattle band The Posies. He has a new recording out called Touched..
November 20, 2000 Music reviewer David Greenberger tells us about a new release by The Posies. The band split up in the late nineties, but a new four-CD box set features outtakes and other previously unreleased material. It's called At Least, At Last.
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