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Her Garage Orchestra release on Cargo/Earth Music is infused with the spirit of Brian Wilson and the chunky rhythms of her own big red Gibson guitar -- the result is a sort of Velvet Underground meets The Beach Boys. Cindy Lee's two earlier Rhino releases (now out of print, but spotted regularly in the bins) reflect a simpler anti-folk pop-punk sensibility. "She Has Everything," off her debut LP, is reminiscent of mid-period Kinks and can be found on the 1995 anthology The Rhino Records Story

-- James K. Cribb (Audities Encyclopedia of Modern Pop)

last updated Wednesday March 14, 2007


LATEST ANNOUNCEMENTS

Official Cindy Lee Berryhill site

Cindy Lee Berryhill on MySpace

"Listeners Find a Thrill with Cindy Lee Berryhill" cover story (11/06)
and interview in San Diego Troubadour Magazine (free login required)

Discussion Board moved

CLB Interview at Antifolk.com


Living Room 16 CD now available!

Latest Show Schedule


Recent on-Line articles

  1. Dead Angel's Interview with Cindy Lee Berryhill
  2. Slamm Magazine has several interesting views of CLB:
    - The Outsider Art of Cindy Lee Berryhill
    - Interview with Cindy Lee and Elizabeth Hummel
  3. Concert Pictures (CLB with the Troy Sisters)
  4. Cindy writes about the The Pet Sounds Project and shares her appreciation of Brian Wilson and this inspirational album. And take time to read other people's thoughts
  5. The Boston Phoenix had a nice take on Cindy Lee and the LRT phenomenon.

Who's Related to Cindy Lee?
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"...headful of tunes by Berryhill"
Is Cindy Lee better than Jewel? Sample some recent postings discussing this burning issue on the Patti Smith inspired Babel-list mailing list.

View some great
Cindy Lee photos and other memorabilia at Electric LA.

 
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Rave On-Line Reviews
Sample the many reviews we have collected throughout the web celebrating Cindy Lee. These cover everything from the ridiculous to the sublime. Essential reading for any CLB fan.

  1. Hollow Ear review of Living Room 16
  2. 33 rebellions per minute is an occasional on-line "weekly" album review column. This is an appreciative review of Straight Outta Marysville.
  3. Garage Orchestra review by Steve Rhode's, complete with some interesting revelations from Cindy Lee. Originally published in Taper's Quarterly #7 Winter 1995.

 

CLB Discography
Record Collector Profile (8/96)

The Living Room Tour
Future Folklore tapes now available
NOTES from the road trip
CLBGO Newsletter - summer 1996
Photo Gallery

 

Booking inquiries:
US: Absolute Artists/Bruce Solar (415) 241-7010
333 Valencia St. Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94103.

UK: Unique Gravity Management/Mark Anstey
Ph: (0-44) 1246-567712

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