In Chicago, there is a man. He is also a writer. And he
is, in our opinion, an expert on a special genre of music that we think of as
"fringe rock." That man is Gil Kaufman. We have recently published two more of
his reviews (hey, this guy sends us so many reviews we don't know what to do).
You will find those reviews--one is of Soul Junk's album, 1952 and the
other is the Willie Nelson tribute, Twisted Willie--at
HREF="/ATN/issues/2.02/Sections/44.1kHz/">"44.1 kHz,"our album review
section. You will also find RealAudio 2.0 sound samples with both of those
reviews, so you can check out the music instantly as long as you're equipped to
play RealAudio 2.0 samples. Oh yeah, we've also finally got a review of
Hellbent: Insurgent Country Vol. 2, which you definately want to dig
into. And don't miss Michael Lach's review of Blue Mountain's Dog Days.
And, finally, don't miss Chris Nelson's review of the Riverdales album.