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our mp3s on soundclick:

scott cook
the smoking cones
the anglers
long gone sound

roots music canada - great site, put together by the CBC... you can check out scott cook, the anglers & just about anybody else in canadian roots music in streaming audio

people who rock:
the inimitable miss Carolyn Mark, shown here with wise-ass guitarist Tolan McNeil & the Trish & Allison from Po' Girl the absolutely rockingest... Kinnie Starr
our favorite purple-haired accordian-wielding songstress, Wendy McNeill... photo Brian Zahorodniuk Our good friends, with a sweet laid-back sound, Patsy Amico & Brian Gregg
 
milk ...taiwan's groove kings rae spoon ...soulful countrified songs
   
  the cracker cats ...3-piece rowdy bluegrass


schlumpy ...taichung heavy funk
mandala ...one world music
knee deep in grass ...funky jam rock from edmonton, now defunct (& partly morphed into Big River)
SMAC - the Stone Merchants/Ancestors Collective ...a fusion of a roots band and an experimental music project
bob cook's unherd-of stewdio - great recording for $20/hr. in Edmonton... & great tunes by Bob himself

andre nobels.com

taiwan news:

the taipei times online - local news... no entertainment news in the online version though, alas
dragonfly jamboree - sunday drum jams in the park in Taichung, plus info on all sorts of other good things going down

politics:

Noam Chomsky... maybe the most important intellectual of our time. Please read him.

znet's chomsky archive
monkeyfist's chomsky archive

corporate watch - keepin an eye on those shysters
moveon.org - alternative news & views
ceasefire.ca - a canadian outpost in the struggle for peace & justice
downhillbattle.org - the truth about the music industry, commercial radio & payola, piracy & intellectual property rights...
the hunger site - a good idea; make it your start page... advertisers donate food in exchange for a click
the rainforest site - same idea, for the trees

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WELL WORTH READING:


Martin Luther King on Vietnam, as relevant today as it was back in '67.

WELL WORTH WATCHING:


The War on Democracy
by John Pilger

Why We Fight
by Eugene Jarecki