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March 14, 2001 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well there's 1,352 guitar pickers in Nashville . . . And any one that unpacks his guitar could play twice as better as I will --"Nashville Cats," by John Sebastian * Anyone who listens to much country music can testify to the truth of those lyrics from the old Lovin' Spoonful hit.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 14, 2001 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well there's 1,352 guitar pickers in Nashville . . . And any one that unpacks his guitar could play twice as better as I will --"Nashville Cats," by John Sebastian * Anyone who listens to much country music can testify to the truth of those lyrics from the old Lovin' Spoonful hit.
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March 10, 2000 | RANDY LEWIS
Merle Haggard usually personifies the no-nonsense entertainer. He walks on stage with minimal fanfare and simply starts singing some of the greatest country songs ever written. So it was tempting to scour his familiar craggy face for any hints that a stunt double was taking his place Wednesday at the Crazy Horse Steak House.
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November 4, 2008 | Margaret Wappler; Randy Lewis; August Brown
Q-Tip "The Renaissance" (Universal Motown) * * * 1/2 Q-Tip's 2003 solo album, "Kamaal the Abstract," was never released by Arista, which doubted its commercial appeal. That decision touched off a period in which the Queens, N.Y., native jumped from label to label in the middle of creating new work. Now he returns with his second official solo album, "The Renaissance," a casually complex, brilliantly executed work of neo-soul made for the street philosopher.
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December 5, 2003
GENERAL FIELD Record of the Year: "Crazy in Love," Beyonce featuring Jay-Z (Rich Harrison and Beyonce Knowles, producers; Jim Caruana and Tony Maserati, engineers/mixers); "Where Is the Love," Black Eyed Peas and Justin Timberlake (Ron Fair and will.i.am, producers; Dylan Dresdow and Tony Maserati, engineers/mixers); "Clocks," Coldplay (Coldplay and Ken Nelson, producers; Coldplay, Ken Nelson and Mark Phythian, engineers/mixers); "Lose Yourself," Eminem (Steve King and Michael Strange Jr.
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