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Fri, 02 Mar 2007

The Song He Was Listening To When He Died / Michael Hall
The Song He Was Listening To When He Died
    "This is a song about America.
     I draw a line in the sand.
     This is a song about America.
     Not the country, but the rock and roll band."
So begins Michael Hall's America, which is funny and savage and a well deserved attack on the pretentious and lame. Hall is a storyteller. Sometimes his stories are whimsical; sometimes they're heartfelt. But they're always worth listening to, as if the slice of life tales of Harry Chapin and the wit and wisdom of Jim Croce were reborn. And when have we needed snarky and witty and true (or at least truthy) storytelling more than now?
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