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Buffalo Tom

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Buffalo Tom: Of Bison Men

Profile and Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 14 March 1992

DESPITE BEING a rusting theme park 40 subway minutes from downtown New York, Coney Island has a lot going for it. ...

Buffalo Tom, Giant Sand, Sebadoh: Whisky a Go Go, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Mark Kemp, LA Weekly, 4 June 1992

IN A PERFECT world, this hot bill would have been inverted. Sincere as Buffalo Tom is, the group's latest album, Let Me Come Over, doesn't ...

Buffalo Tom/Pavement/Sebadoh: The Cattle Club, Sacramento

Live Review by Jim Arundel, Melody Maker, 13 June 1992

ERIC IS STRANDED alone onstage behind his drum kit. Sebadoh have been announced but it's clear that the rest of the band aren't even in ...

Buffalo Tom: Town & Country Club, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 19 September 1992

CONSIDER CHRIS. Indeed, consider Chris Colbourn, bass-player from the excellent Boston three-piece Buffalo Tom, a man for whom nerves are a no-no. ...

Buffalo Tom: Borderline, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 2 October 1993

OLÉ TRINITY ...

Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade: How To Record Rock Guitar

Interview by Tom Doyle, Melody Maker, 5 February 1994

Producers Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade have made a career out off getting excellent guitar sounds to tape, lending their skills to the likes of ...

The Lemonheads: Come On Feel The Suedehead

Report and Interview by John Harris, New Musical Express, 7 May 1994

EVAN DANDO has been marketed as teen sex symbol, scagged out hippy doper and serious artiste, but now THE LEMONHEADS' main squeeze is trying to ...

Buffalo Tom: Sleepy Eyed (Beggars Banquet BB0177)

Review by Max Bell, Vox, August 1995

"SHE'S A tangerine, made in California. She's a sunny day." Bill Janovitz surely knows how to set a scene and now that Buffalo Tom mirrors ...

MOJO Rising: Buffalo Tom

Report and Interview by Jim Irvin, MOJO, September 1995

FIVE ALBUMS into what they now recognise as "a career", erstwhile garage rapscallions Buffalo Tom suddenly find themselves, well, kinda mature. ...

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