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Southern (music) man

Marc Smirnoff, editor of The Oxford American, says the magazine's music issue includes CDs because after reading an intriguing article about music, you want to hear it. Marc Smirnoff, editor of The Oxford American, says the magazine's music issue includes CDs because after reading an intriguing article about music, you want to hear it.
By James Reed
Globe Staff / February 3, 2009

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The Oxford American magazine's music issue is the best of both worlds: stories with music to match the words. Featuring contributions this year from Greil Marcus, Roy Blount Jr., and Peter Guralnick, among many others, the annual issue focuses on Southern music, which, of course, runs the gamut of blues, rock 'n' roll, jazz, country, gospel, and so on. (Full article: 459 words)

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