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Category Archives: March 2004

The Passion of the Christ

THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST. Soundtrack. Integrity Music/Sony. In terms of classical music, it’s going to be pretty difficult for anybody to top this record in 2004. Like its namesake, the … Continue reading

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Religion & Sports

Religion 101 MOST POWERFUL PROMISES IN THE BIBLE. Steve and Lois Rabey and Marcia Ford. Warner Books. With another Christmas upon us, many will find it to be a good time … Continue reading

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The Genius of Chagall

MARC CHAGALL. Jean-Michel Foray, Meret Meyer Graber, Jakov Bruk. Abrams. Chagall’s work is known through-out the world for its breadth and range and sharp use of color — an artist … Continue reading

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The Cheerful Little Earful

FATS WALLER (THE CHEERFUL LITTLE EARFUL). Alyn Shipton. Continuum. Music historian and journalist Alyn Shipton believes that the true genius of Fats Waller has not be fully explored nor appreciated by … Continue reading

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Library Advisory

From the Editor: Even though the following selections (divided by discipline and or genre) have not seen full-length features on the pages of The Electric Review, they are still among the strongest … Continue reading

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Unhurried Vision

UNHURRIED VISION. Michael Rothenberg. La Alameda Press. Michael Rothenberg was arguably Philip Whalen’s closest friend during the Zen Master’s last days on this earth. It was during those days that Rothenberg … Continue reading

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