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July 15, 1994
Naked Soul is ending its five-year run tonight with a farewell concert at Our House in its hometown of Costa Mesa. Over the past two years, the band released an album and an EP for Scotti Bros. Records and went on several national tours. Naked Soul's leader, Mike Conley, has presided over shifting lineups since starting the band in 1989, including a complete revamping of the band last fall.
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July 15, 1994
Naked Soul is ending its five-year run tonight with a farewell concert at Our House in its hometown of Costa Mesa. Over the past two years, the band released an album and an EP for Scotti Bros. Records and went on several national tours. Naked Soul's leader, Mike Conley, has presided over shifting lineups since starting the band in 1989, including a complete revamping of the band last fall.
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August 21, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Naked Soul is one band that won't run afoul of the truth-in-labeling act. The Costa Mesa rockers' debut release, a six-song mini-album called "Seed," features a meaty, straight-ahead guitar-band attack and earnest, emotion-baring songwriting that forgoes fashionable irony. "It's kind of a heavy name," acknowledged Mike Conley, Naked Soul's singer-guitarist and main songwriter. "I wonder sometimes if it's not a bit much. But I think it totally is the philosophy of my writing and what we're about."
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August 21, 1992 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Naked Soul is one band that won't run afoul of the truth-in-labeling act. The Costa Mesa rockers' debut release, a six-song mini-album called "Seed," features a meaty, straight-ahead guitar-band attack and earnest, emotion-baring songwriting that forgoes fashionable irony. "It's kind of a heavy name," acknowledged Mike Conley, Naked Soul's singer-guitarist and main songwriter. "I wonder sometimes if it's not a bit much. But I think it totally is the philosophy of my writing and what we're about."
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