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Fri, 02 Sep 2005

Fan Dance / Sam Phillips
Fan Dance Like a lot of folks, I first heard Sam Phillips perform on Gilmore Girls; she provides those little interstitial bits of music that are as much a trademark of the show as the snappy dialogue and the cultural references. And that might have been that, if not for that same sampler CD that introduced me to the Dresden Dolls. Track number one on the CD was All Night, from Ms. Phillips' A Boot and a Shoe. That got me wanting to listen to more of her work, which led me to Fan Dance, her latest album.

And now I have a whole new appreciation for Sam Phillips, her songs and her voice. They say that sometimes less is more. But compared to the little bits we get on Gilmore Girls, I have to say that there are times when more can be more. And better. And more.

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