Posts tagged "music"
Review: List of the Lost by Morrissey

Review: List of the Lost by Morrissey

Kevin Healey reviews List of the Lost by Morrissey.
In the News: Westboro, Paris, Haiti, and Beyond!

In the News: Westboro, Paris, Haiti, and Beyond!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
In the News: Apps, Apologies, Apocalypse and more!

In the News: Apps, Apologies, Apocalypse and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
In the News: Emanuel A.M.E., Encyclicals, Etsy, and more!

In the News: Emanuel A.M.E., Encyclicals, Etsy, and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
In the News: TLC, THC, OMG!

In the News: TLC, THC, OMG!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Jazz Goes to Church

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Jazz Goes to Church

"The Last Twentieth Century Book Club" is an ongoing monthly column exploring religious ephemera by Don Jolly.
Review: Season of the Witch

Review: Season of the Witch

Don Jolly reviews Peter Bebergal's new book, Season of the Witch.
The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Carman

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Carman

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club, is an ongoing monthly column exploring religious ephemera by Don Jolly .
In The News: A Muslim girl superhero, Navajo Mormons, Uighurs, Pat Robertson, and more!

In The News: A Muslim girl superhero, Navajo Mormons, Uighurs, Pat Robertson, and more!

A round-up of recent religion & media news.
The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Good Ol' Job

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Good Ol’ Job

The first of an ongoing monthly column, The Last Twentieth Century Book Club, is an exploration of religious ephemera by Don Jolly

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Family Dissonance

Abby Ohlheiser: A couple years ago, in a small Christian-owned performance space-cum-vintage shop, I listened to David Bazan finish a song, pause, and ask, "anyone have any questions for me?" Bazan, who was touring with songs from his album about lost faith, Curse Your Branches, fielded earnest theological questions from the young fans sitting...

High Lonesome Gospel

17 August 2005 Raw-skinned and born again. By Jeff Sharlet Excerpted from Oxford American’s annual Southern music issue Let’s look at the facts about Al Green. Or rather, the fact, the biographical detail he does not discuss, the moment around which the whole story turns: around 4 a.m., October 17, 1974, when the last, great, sweet falsetto soul singer of...