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- Wareham (Typically pronounced Wear-ham.) is a town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 20,335, with an estimated 2008 population of 21,221.
- Wareham may refer to several different places: * Wareham, Dorset, England * Wareham, Massachusetts, United States * Wareham, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada * Wareham Island, Nunavut, Canada
- Wareham was a parliamentary borough in Dorset, which elected two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons from 1302 until 1832, and then one member from 1832 until 1885, when the borough was abolished.
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Black Postcards: A Memoir
A bewitching memoir about the lures, torments, and rewards of making and performing music in the indie rock world
Dean Wareham's seminal bands Galaxie 500 and Luna have long been adored by a devoted cult following and extolled by rock critics. Now he brings us the blunt, heartbreaking, and wickedly charismatic account of his personal journey through the music world-the artistry and the hustle, the effortless success and the high living, as well as the bitter pills and self-inflicted wounds. It captures, unsparingly, what has happened to the entire ecosystem of popular music over a time of radical change, when categories such as "indie" and "alternative" meant nothing to those creating the music, but everything to the major labels willing to pay for it. Black Postcards is a must-have for Wareham's many fans, anyone who has ever been in a band, or the listeners who have taken an interest in the indie rock scene over the last twenty years.
Wareham Forest to the north of Wareham is an area of woodland and heaths.
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In the tradition of Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazelwood, Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, L'Avventura is a sly, silky, sexy, and romantic record. Singing together and apart, Dean and Britta have created a distinctive collection of originals and classic songs that evoke the warm breeze of spring and amour. 'Bohemian antiheroes' - Elle. Produced by the legendary Tony Visconti (David Bowie, T Rex, Moody Blues). Jetset. 2003.
With time marching relentlessly on and a gaggle of teen stars crowding you at every turn, what are maturing alt-rock cult heroes to do? If you're the nouveau team of Luna's Britta Phillips and Dean Wareham, you recruit veteran producer Tony Visconti and cut an album of originals and idiosyncratic, if nigh-perfect cover choices both familiar (Madonna's "I Deserve It," Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Moonshot," the Doors' "Indian Summer") and obscure (Angel Corpus Christi's regretful "Threw it Away," Silver Jews' "Random Rules") that evoke a couple decade's worth of artful sophistication, infused with a beautifully understated, ironic sense of Euro-detachment that evokes Edith Piaf as much as it does the Velvet Underground. Those smart sensibilities--be it the gorgeous, dreamy vocal somnambulism of Phillips's "Out Walking" or the deadpan Wareham brings to the droll wordplay of "Ginger Snaps" or harmonizing with his partner on the lush, string-backed "Night Nurse"--are crucially abetted by producer Visconti, who wraps their airy, detached voices in spare, sparkling settings that invoke everything from Parisian cabaret to Warhol's glory days and beyond, weaving a sophisticated tapestry of art-rock that's as deceptively laconic as it is day-dreamy evocative. --Jerry McCulley
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