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A distinctive spectacle exists within the music realm that recently graced the Rialto Theater stage here in Tucson. It is one that is unmatched in its ability to unify the youthful and the aged alike, bringing the Rialto’s varied occupants together by the collective power of rhythm, lyric, syncopation, and harmony. This artistic force has captivated listeners across generations and created an intersecting line between adolescents and geriatrics. It is a force that goes by the whimsical name of Yo La Tengo.
Has the summer heat found you indoors, staring at walls? It might help to have some music. Get yourself to a music store, then, and check out these CDs.
Facing a cross-town rival Canyon Del Oro squad that backed his Ironwood Ridge freshman team into a small fourth-inning hole, reliever Joshua Berger started warming up to recover the lead one afternoon during April 2006.