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    Listen In - Clandestine -- Dave Nevling and the Blues Kats -- Tommy Dardar and the Sheetrockers

    Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Compaq Center Tuesday, April 18 During an extended version of his classic "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out," Bruce Springsteen dropped to his knees in front of a bouquet-bearing female fan and, smirking, looked acro...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on April 27, 2000
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    Kick the Horns, G!

    Forty-wide across the mixing board, bright orange equalizer lights rose and fell in sync with a blaring melody. It blasted through the studio speakers and out into the salmon-colored halls of Digital Recording Services, where legendary blues conduc...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 27, 2000
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    Rotation - Cat Power -- Bloodhound Gang -- Rollins Band

    Cat Power The Covers Record Matador Cat Power (a.k.a. Chan Marshall) has made one of the best albums of the millennium. Perhaps a far-fetched thing to say so soon, particularly since the new millennium hasn't even officially started yet, but it's ...

    by Tim Murrah on April 27, 2000
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    Local Rotation - MC Breed

    MC Breed Rare Breed Albatross Records MC Breed: The name is familiar, and for good reason. In 1991, with former partner DFC, the Flint, Michigan, native created one of the first bump-and-bounce anthems of the new decade, "Ain't No Future in Yo' ...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on April 27, 2000
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    Big Country - Buddy and Julie Miller

    Like Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris, Buddy and Julie Miller are one of the great duos of country. Their work is truly white American soul music of the best kind. Soul, in this sens...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on April 27, 2000
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    Dready Metal - Unlike their North American counterparts, Jamaican rappers are incorporating heavy metal into their material, with some amazing results

    Jangly, quickly strummed, hard-edged guitar lines and popping bass riffs shuck and jive over stuttering, nearly danceable beats in the song "Buckle Down," off the Red Hot Chili Peppers' eponymously titled 1984 debut. The voice of lead singer Anthony ...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 20, 2000
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    Fancy Footwork - Local punk outfit Quick Step Maneuver seems wise beyond its years

    Quick Step Maneuver is a rarity in the world of punk-alikes. The band is pure and unadulterated punk. Not hardcore or pop-punk. No Mohawks or politics. Quick Step's music is vaguely observational and occasionally humorous, with catchy songs, played l...

    by Les Mixer on April 20, 2000
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    International Festival

    Step Rideau and the Zydeco Outlaws American Music Stage Saturday, April 15 If the dancing feet near th stage, itself covered with banners from the likes of KILT, KPRC and Oldies 94.5 (media outlets that wouldn't know an accordion from boudin) we...

    by Les Mixer on April 20, 2000
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    Two A.M. Special

    With its art deco facade (essentially two huge slabs of black onyx), projector room, sloping concrete floor and cavernous interior, The Liberty Theater in Rosenberg gives the impression that it's one heckuva place to see a flick and luxuriate in the ...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 20, 2000
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    Rotation - Django Reinhardt -- Gluecifer

    Django Reinhardt The Complete Django Reinhardt and Quintet of the Hot Club of France Swing/HMV Sessions 1936-1948 Mosaic Records Swing with its own rules. An apt description of Django Reinhardt's largely unrefined sound, a mirrorlike reflection ...

    by Tim Murrah on April 20, 2000
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    Local Rotation - Jody Hughes -- Japanic

    Jody Hughes Jody Hughes Self-distributed Japanic Red Book Plethorazine One-man prog-rock band Jody Hughes and the synth-pop quintet Japanic apparently desire the same thing: that it were 1981 once more. Pac-Man. Dungeons & Dragons. Christie Br...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on April 20, 2000
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    Shtick and Move

    When promoters book an act into the International Ballroom, it usually means they expect a mess. In the case of Slipknot, promoters undoubtedly have already scheduled cleaning crews to break out fire hoses the next morning. But if the nine members of...

    by Aaron Howard on April 20, 2000
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    Six Strings Under - Unlike many of his rock guitar god peers, Joe Satriani has yet to flee to audiences overseas

    Their egos were as big as their talents. One once attacked a cameraman while on stage at a concert. Ritchie Blackmore, who first played with Deep Purple, then Rainbow, claimed the guy was in the way of the fans. Talk about raging testosterone. Ano...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 13, 2000
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    Not Your Father's Alternative Band - Tonic writes songs for mature audiences

    In 1996, only two years after the band formed, Tonic released its debut, Lemon Parade. It took a while for the album to find its audience, or for the creaky A&M marketing machinery to get up to speed, but by the end of 1997 Parade had gone platinum. ...

    by Les Mixer on April 13, 2000
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    Welcome to the M-Machine

    Fenix TX's ship has come in. And it's called the S.S. MTV. Homeboys just better know where the life preservers are. "All My Fault," off the band's 1999 self-titled Universal debut, will appear on the soundtrack to MTV's first made-for-TV movie, J...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 13, 2000
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    International Festival 2000

    Soul Hat Texas Music Stage Saturday, April 8 Austin breeds jam bands like Houston breeds smog. Both are easy to detect. Just open your car window sometime during International Festival as you cruise the downtown streets. On this day, it wouldn't...

    by Aaron Howard on April 13, 2000
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    St. Boss

    Everybody's making a fuss over Bruce Springsteen's silver-screen debut. In the movie High Fidelity, Springsteen plays himself dispensing wisdom to some aimlessly wandering youngster. But hasn't the Boss been illuminating life's murky corners for al...

    by Aaron Howard on April 13, 2000
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    Global Domination - As in the past, sleepers will steal this year's International Festival

    Each year, the Houston International Festival brings a batch of global superstars to the World Music Stage, and each year this lineup impresses. And each year the sleepers steal the show. Count on it again in 2000. Topping the marquee, undisputed...

    by Bob Burtman on April 6, 2000
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    Closer to Home - Not all the best acts at the festival carry passports

    Mardi Gras may have ended weeks ago, but Wild Magnolias, from the Crescent City, resurrects the spirit of the celebration with its party chants. Splicing together rowdy sing-alongs with bits of rap, R&B and blues, Wild Magnolias -- contrary to the ...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 6, 2000
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    Accordion Corleone

    Walking deliberately with a slight limp past vacant storefronts and over grimy gray asphalt, the inimitable Dr. Dre raps: ...By some nigga wit' a Tech 9, tryin' to take mine / 'You wanna make noise, make noise' / I make a phone call, my niggas come...

    by Anthony Mariani on April 6, 2000
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