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This episode of All Songs Considered originally posted on March 18th, 2002.
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From March 18th, 2002:
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The black-clad Blue Man Group
Electrifying the old with Shooglenifty
Persian love poems from the Loombas
Nashville's strangest group: Lambchop
Another great unknown, Amelia White
The dreamy guitar of Built To Spill
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The Blue Man Group caught everyone's attention when they appeared in TV ads for Intel Pentium Processors.
The Blue Man Group
Watch: TV Songfrom the CD
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Listen to a review of Blue Man Group from NPR's Morning Edition.
Visit the Blue Man Group Web site, or the Blue Man Group Library.
This strangely-named group from Scotland electrifies traditional folk with looped drum beats and digital ambient effects.
Watch: Schuman's Leapfrom the CD Solar Shears (Compass)
Visit the Shooglenifty Web site.
Sanjeev and Karuna Loomba are husband and wife, and masters of the Ghazal or sung Persian love poems.
Sanjeev and Karuna Loomba
Watch: Khabar-E-Thayyurfrom the CD Inspiration Unfolding (Times Square Records)
Listen to a review of Sanjeev and Karuna Loomba.
Lambchop are part of the Nashville music scene with a sound that veers from twangy country to ambient, alt/art rock.
Watch: Autumn's Vicarfrom the CD Is A Woman (Merge)
Listen to a review of Lambchop from NPR's Morning Edition.
Visit the official Lambchop Web site.
Amelia White is one of the great unknown artists who've sent CDs to All Songs Considered. If you'd like us to hear your own music, follow our submission guidelines.
from the CD Blue Souvenirs (Indiegrrl)
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Built to Spill is a great guitar-based pop band out of Boise, Idaho with singer/songwriter Doug Martsch leading the way.
Built to Spill
Watch: Randy Described Eternityfrom the CD Perfect From Now On (Warner)
Listen to a review of Built to Spill from NPR's All Things Considered.
Visit the official Built to Spill Web site.
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