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  • Book Review: 'Wounds to Bind' recalls We Five's brush with fame

    I still remember the first time I heard We Five's 1965 hit "You Were On My Mind." It came on my bedroom radio when I was 8 or 9, and I quickly began taping it, mistaking its slightly androgynous harmonies for the Everly Brothers. Before long, I realized I was wrong, but the song's joyful ascent, starting with a solitary drumbeat and surging to a cascade of harmonies and percussion, hooked me so much that I didn't erase the tape.
  • CD Review: Too little life in 'Dead'

    CD Review: Too little life in 'Dead'
    Band and musicians have a certain something that defines them. People know Bob Dylan for his stream-of-consciousness lyrics and nasal voice, the Beatles for their catchy Mersey beat and Van Halen for its ear-splitting guitar solos. The Fountain Valley...

    City Lights: Let's trade gaffes for perspective

    Come back, Mitt Romney. All is forgiven. That comment you made about the binders full of women? Yes, it sounded a little off-kilter at the time, and the nation's comedians have teed off on it. But in the annals of off-the-cuff remarks politicians have...

    City Lights: P-Cats hit the studio with a 'protest song'

    It's heartening sometimes to see a prediction come true. Two months ago, I wrote a column about the P-Cats, a Huntington Beach blues-rock duo consisting of spouses Ed and Trace Paredes. I mentioned how the pair had embarked on a lifelong dream of...

    City Lights: Looking back — and ahead — to the '60s

    The thought hit me the other day, about the time the news broke of former Monkee Davy Jones' death, that I might live to see the '60s. Those would be the next '60s, of course. When the year 2060 hits, if I am still around, I will be 81, not an uncommon...