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November 22, 2007 | Randy Lewis
Think Ben Kweller was impressive performing three of his albums in their entirety in September? Or Lucinda Williams doing five of hers front to back on her last swing through town? The bar on albums in concert is soon to go up -- way up. Sparks, L.A.'s long-running band fronted by brothers Ron and Russell Mael, will play every one of the albums they've released dating to 1972 over the course of a month in London. "We thought that an ambitious (and insane!
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November 22, 2007 | Randy Lewis
Think Ben Kweller was impressive performing three of his albums in their entirety in September? Or Lucinda Williams doing five of hers front to back on her last swing through town? The bar on albums in concert is soon to go up -- way up. Sparks, L.A.'s long-running band fronted by brothers Ron and Russell Mael, will play every one of the albums they've released dating to 1972 over the course of a month in London. "We thought that an ambitious (and insane!
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August 25, 2000 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Think of the most original and influential Southern California musicians, and who comes to mind? The Beach Boys, certainly. And the Byrds, the Doors, Buffalo Springfield and the Eagles, on up through X and Beck. But what about the group that virtually drew the blueprint for '80s new wave as well as presaging much of contemporary electronica and pop-rock dance music? That would be Sparks, the eccentric band nearing its 30th anniversary and fronted by brothers Russell and Ron Mael.
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August 25, 2000 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Think of the most original and influential Southern California musicians, and who comes to mind? The Beach Boys, certainly. And the Byrds, the Doors, Buffalo Springfield and the Eagles, on up through X and Beck. But what about the group that virtually drew the blueprint for '80s new wave as well as presaging much of contemporary electronica and pop-rock dance music? That would be Sparks, the eccentric band nearing its 30th anniversary and fronted by brothers Russell and Ron Mael.
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