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Top 10 CDs (Now playing at my house): 1. Patty Griffin, 1000 Kisses (ATO advance); 2. Mike Ireland and Holler, Try Again (Ashmont) 3. Muddy Waters Live at Newport 1960 (Chess); 4. Rodney Crowell, The Houston Kid (Sugar Hill); 5. Asie Payton, Just Do Me Right (Fat Possum) 6. Birth of Soul, Vol. 3 (Ace […]

10 CDs Playing at My Desk

by Dave Marsh

Top 10 CDs

(Now playing at my house):

1. Patty Griffin, 1000 Kisses (ATO advance); 2. Mike Ireland and Holler, Try Again (Ashmont)

3. Muddy Waters Live at Newport 1960 (Chess);

4. Rodney Crowell, The Houston Kid (Sugar Hill);

5. Asie Payton, Just Do Me Right (Fat Possum)

6. Birth of Soul, Vol. 3 (Ace UK);

7. Kid Rock, Cocky (Lava);

8. Boyz II Men, Legacy: The Greatest Hits Collection (Universal)

9. Big Boi and DrePresent…Outkast (LaFace)

10. The Mooney Suzuki, People Get Ready (Estrus)

Dave Marsh coedits Rock and Rap Confidential. He can be reached at: marsh6@optonline.net

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March 11, 2002