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what kind of music is calexico&&??   (Thursday, 13 Mar 2003 21:51)



more howe, weres the consert list. Can't wait to see you guys, your about heroic.

>>By the bashful son   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 23:31)



there like southern bapitist of post modern buddhist disenchantment

>>By the bashful son   (Friday, 25 Apr 2003 23:32)



I know Marachi, and I hate it, luckily Calexico have been able to make a beautiful fusion with it, not that that will change my mind, its just a consequence of living in Mexico, how bout some Mexican cries on the next album, aagghhhhh hahh hah hha..........................

>>By Cholila   (Wednesday, 30 Apr 2003 16:46)



Just caught Calexico playing at Club Quattro in Shibuya, Tokyo. They had played Shibuya AX with Qururi and Double Famous a couple of days earlier and some members of Double Famous joined them onstage for a couple of numbers.
Good set, well received. Worth checking out

>>By mulboyne   (Wednesday, 18 Feb 2004 04:20)



Just downloaded "Feast Of Wire" earlier this week and I now have another "favorite" band. Bought it yesterday, and I don't regret it one bit (though the cover art...).

Are the other albums similar to this one, or as good?

>>By Spiff   (Thursday, 14 Oct 2004 21:12)



"feast of wire" is a great album. i first heard these guys live at bonnaroo, and they have an incredible live show too. they make instruments work in ways that are both conventional and innovative. been a fan ever since that show.

>>By fire_girl   (Thursday, 21 Oct 2004 04:26)



Feast of Wire

So if you are trying to discover that little lost piece of yourself on that one road-trip through the desert, or just want to try out what some are calling Alt Country/Folk... here you are. Although this sixpiece group tries to shun categories, (and do well at it by including jazz, folk, country, mariachi, and a touch of electronic) this album definitely has a "mood". Perhaps you might have felt that mood while you listened to Tindersticks: "Curtains", or a Sufjan Stevens song off of the Michigan album.

They have the experience to make the songs powerful and lasting. Going on a trip for more then and hour, take this album along.

Cheers.

>>By Johnny L   (Saturday, 11 Feb 2006 20:18)



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