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Concrete Blonde


Concrete Blonde: Concrete Blonde (I.R.S.)

Review by Laura Fissinger, Rolling Stone, April 1987

HORDES OF eighties bands have claimed to be catholic in both their influences and their output. Concrete Blonde, however, can actually back the claim up. ...

Concrete Blonde: Bloodletting

Review by Ian Gittins, Melody Maker, July 1990

HOW TOUGH is Johnette Napolitano? Maybe here's a clue. Bloodletting, as Mat Smith noted, is an intensely personal LP, cruelly close to her, but for ...

Concrete Blonde: End Of An Era

Profile and Interview by Steven P. Wheeler, Happening, October 1993

I got the ways and means to New OrleansI'm going down by the river where it's warm and greenI'm gonna have a drink and walk ...

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