Issue 89

Opening Salvo: All Fingers on Deck
Welcome to Copper #89! I hope you emerged from the 4th (Independence Day, for our friends around the world) with all...
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Music, Audio, and Other Illnesses: The Sound Of Music, Redux
There’s something I’ve been thinking about for around 25 years; ever since I started working with Bill Bottrell, and he...
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The Audio Cynic: Been Down So Long, It Seems Like Up To Me
As a parent, I'm used to my references being met with blank stares or an overt "Huh??" from my children....
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Quibbles and Bits: To Sleep. Perchance to Dream.
What do we do, as a society, when we are obliged to face uncomfortable realities that require us to make...
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Twisted Systems: Can An Atheist Love Gospel Music ?
Hmmmm…… If I weren’t a writer, always looking for interesting stories, this article would not have been written. Why? Because...
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Vintage Whine: Fairchild, Part 5
We've spent a fair amount of time and pixels on the brand Fairchild (part 1 in issue #75, part 2...
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Music'al Notes: Party
“This is S.I. Newhouse’s personal secretary, I would like to invite you and your wife to a party to celebrate...
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Off the Charts: Etta James
Born to a single teen mom and passed around foster care, Etta James did not come into this world with...
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Music to My Ears: Django, Act 3
The Hot Club On a night in 1934 Django Reinhardt and Stéphane Grappelli found themselves playing for Louis Vola in...
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Trading Eights: Stéphane Grappelli: Eight Great Tracks
Nobody would dispute that Stéphane Grappelli is one of the top jazz violinists in history. So it says a lot...
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Featured: What Is It To You?
Rock and roll music - the music of freedom frightens people and unleashes all manner of conservative defense mechanisms. -...
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