Brambarger, Bradley; Paoletta, Michael
April 2001
Billboard;04/28/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 17, p37
Entertainment Review
Reviews the album 'Low & The Dirty Three,' by music trio Low and Australian instrumental trio the Dirty Three.


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