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Soul revival

Tired of retro '80s fare, local clubs are dusting off vintage roots tracks. Fans can't get enough

By Matthew Shaer
Globe Correspondent / April 14, 2006

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On a recent Wednesday night, P.J. Eastman walked from the crowded floor of River Gods, in Cambridge, to a small alcove that overlooks the bar. A projector was spooling out a grainy clip of bluesman Willie Dixon on the opposite wall, and Eastman paused for a moment, watching Dixon pluck happily at an upright bass. Then Eastman pulled his headphones ... (Full article: 1203 words)

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