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More on "Out of Here" by Sleepwalker

9 years ago by Jason P. Woodbury
"Out of Here," Sleepwalker, Man on the Moon (1998, Hayden's Ferry) "There's just something in the vocal delivery of Jamal Ruhe. It was just Jamal singing and playing guitar, and Jon Rauhouse on pedal steel, bass, and drums. It's not complex; it's super-stripped down and pretty. Jon Rauhouse has played...
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Kimber Lanning on Sleepwalker's "Out of Here" (1998)

9 years ago by Jason P. Woodbury
Editor's Note: A version of this article appears in this week's issue, featuring 100 Songs that Defined Arizona. In celebration of Arizona's centennial, we spoke with Kimber Lanning, whose got musician (Half-String, Letdownright), record store owner (Stinkweeds), and retail activist (Local First Arizona) on her resume. She discussed Sleepwalker's 1998...
Best Of Winner

Best Rock Club Sound Man

Jamal Ruhe/Nita's Hideaway
1816 East Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe
480-966-7715

Some sound guys have been doing it so long that they've completely fried their main asset -- those things hanging from both sides of their head that used to be for listening. You tell them what you want and think they understand, but they just nod up and down like...
Best Of Winner

Best Rock Club Sound Man

Jamal Ruhe/Nita's Hideaway

Some sound guys have been doing it so long that they've completely fried their main asset -- those things hanging from both sides of their head that used to be for listening. You tell them what you want and think they understand, but they just nod up and down like...
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Reubens Accomplice, Crescent Ballroom, 8/10/12

9 years ago by Jason P. Woodbury
Reubens Accomplice, Jim Adkins, Roar Crescent Ballroom Friday, August 10, 2012 See also: Reubens Accomplice Returns With Sons of Men (Download) See also: Does Reubens Accomplice's I Blame the Scenery Hold Up More Than a Decade Later? See also: The Full Jim Adkins/Roar/Reubens Accomplice Slideshow It's not like Reubens Accomplice...
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6 of the Best Live Sound Engineers in Phoenix

7 years ago by Tom Reardon
The spring of 1989 was a period of birth for me: It was the first time I ever played a gig at a club with a PA of its own. The place was Time Out of Mind in South Phoenix. Not the most reputable club, as some of you may...
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Reubens Accomplice Returns With Sons of Men (Download)

9 years ago by Jason P. Woodbury
See also: Reubens Accomplice --It's Not a Dill Spear, Either See also: Reubens Cubed: Reubens Accomplice Makes a Bi-Coastal Album While Still Keeping a Desert Address You know you're in trouble when bloggers start resorting to cryptozoological terms to describe your long-awaited third record. It's the boat Reubens Accomplice has...
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Source Victoria's Secret: Challenges Behind a Brilliant Album

9 years ago by Serene Dominic
This scene invariably has played out in every musician's life — the point when one band member informs another he just proposed to his girlfriend. Following a stretch of confused ground inspection before resuming eye contact, instead of offering congratulations, his friend says something along the lines of, "Well, I...
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Reggae, Esé

21 years ago by Bob Mehr
Like many roots-oriented idioms, the parameters of what is considered "true" reggae music are often dictated by stringent dogma. It's a sort of musical fascism that frequently ostracizes bands that don't toe the strict ganja party line. Unfortunately, such narrow dictates usually result in groups that either come off like...
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Mule Train

23 years ago by Gilbert Garcia
Elvis Costello once sang about a fictional couple who had "songs for every occasion." You could make the case that Jamal Ruhe has bands for every occasion, or at the very least, bands for every type of song he wants to play. Ruhe, guitarist for the late, lamented Tempe band...

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