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Great loss often inspires great art: Lou Reed and John Cale’s Warhol tribute ‘Songs For Drella’, or Rufus Wainwright’s eulogy to his mother ‘All Days Are Night: Songs For Lulu’…

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Sufjan Stevens really likes Christmas. The Michigan maestro’s obsession with all things Yuletide has now spawned 100-odd songs and two collections, the last of which – 2006’s ‘Songs For Christmas’,…

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Often, when someone dares to get ideas above their station, to investigate territory over which they exercise no right, it’s open season. Accusations like these have been levelled at [a]Sufjan…

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Seeing as the world’s retailers, radio programmers and town councils seem to think that Christmas begins in early November, why not stave off holiday fatigue by starting a general strike?…

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Sufjan Stevens can never be accused of a lack of ambition. Having set out to refract the American psyche via a series of 50 albums dedicated to each state in…

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When [a]Sufjan Stevens[/a] picked up his banjo and announced his intention to write an album for each one of America’s 50 states, it probably all seemed like a right laugh.…

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