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No. 30 (Spring 2007)

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Patty Griffin – Queen of Pain No More: Patty Griffin's voice is so sublime, and her songs so haunted and etched with pain, she could break a heart of concrete. Yet her new album, Children Running Through, reflects a new perspective for the celebrated Austin-based singer, and demonstrates the breadth of her musical prowess. "This one," Griffin says, "was fun."

Texas Tales – Joe Ely: "I'm setting my chickens free," says the Lord of the Highway at 60 as he opens his vaults and burns his roadmaps. So is this a farewell to arms by Texas' most adventurous gypsy troubadour? Or is he just gearing up for the most productive – and liberating – time of his life?

Pioneers – Ornette Coleman: From bebop to avant-garde, and from "harmolodics" to "sound grammar," Fort Worth's celebrated jazz visionary continues to change the shape of music.

Miles & Miles:
The Bugle Boy
Spotlight: Spain Colored Orange; Future Clouds & Radar

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