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    Dave Navarro - Trust No One (Capitol Records)

    Though the cover of the advance release of this debut solo effort has the former Chili Pepper and Jane's Addiction guitarist placidly eating a bowl of cereal, a better stab at truth in advertising would show him prone on a psychiatrist's couch. That...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 9, 2001
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    Four - Eliminate the Masses (Orchard)

    Metal is a tough thing to define these days, having become at least as fragmented as any other pop genre. Rap-metal, nu-metal, death metal, grindcore, progressive, trad, power, doom, goth, industrial, stoner, etc., all can somehow trace their roots b...

    by Chris Smith on August 9, 2001
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    Playbill - Willie Nelson's Family Picnic

    Just for laughs, I'd love to see ol' Willie open this show by leaning into the mike and intoning, "And now, we'd like to begin with a tune by Mr. Ornette Coleman" Nope, in what is probably music's surest bet, the red-going-gray-headed stranger will...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 9, 2001
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    Playbill - Ghostface Killah and Raekwon

    Having Wu-Tang Clan members Ghostface Killah and Raekwon (also known as Raekwon the Chef) in town is more of a good thing than people realize. Apart from the charismatic Method Man and the walking Behind the Music episode that is Ol' Dirty Bastard, n...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on August 9, 2001
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    Playbill - Circle Jerks

    The year is 1979. Punk rock has seized a fearful public eye, forming base camps in the UK and the East Coast. London bands like the short-lived but immortal Sex Pistols and the Buzzcocks have established a buzzing dissonant sound; East Coasters like ...

    by Eric A.T. Dieckman on August 9, 2001
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    Minibill - Against All Authority

    These Miami ska-punkers don't give a shit about the happy, horn-y bop of their categorical contemporaries. Instead, their aggressive music and stridently political lyrics on everything from nuclear waste and corrupt cops to human rights and water sho...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 9, 2001
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    Minibill - him

    Although June of '44 and REX vet Doug Scharin hails from the American Midwest, him, his 13-piece dub/Afro-jazz/tribal ensemble, sounds as if it would be more at home as the house band at the hippest spot in Lagos, Nigeria. This is music to sip banana...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 9, 2001
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    Racket - The Pacifica Campaign is slowly weeding out all of its opponents on the Pacifica national board

    When the Houston Press last looked in at the embattled studios of KPFT, gadfly Edwin Johnston and station savior/ nemesis (depending on whom you believe) Garland Ganter's war of words had finally escalated into actual violence. Johnston was arrested ...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 2, 2001
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    Playbill - Tony Bennett

    It's hard to believe there was a time -- a long time, in fact -- when Tony Bennett was considered pass. Throughout most of the '70s and '80s he was thought of as a relic of a generation gone by, not the cultural icon who made records with Bill Evans...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on August 2, 2001
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    Playbill - Houston International Jazz Festival

    Wouldn't it be cool to chill with hizzoner at the Mayor's Jazz Brunch? It's easy to imagine Lee Brown as a smooth jazz cat. Okay, so at $75, it is the most expensive event at the Houston International Jazz Festival. But this year's Jazz Brunch is an ...

    by Aaron Howard on August 2, 2001
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    Pack Fair & Square - Bluesman Big Walter celebrates his 87 years with star pupil Jerry Lightfoot

    In Houston, home of the most significant African-American-owned recording empire of the 1950s, there remains today an ever-decreasing group of players who were actually there. In the Fifth Ward studios of Duke and Peacock Records, these people helped...

    by Roger Wood on August 2, 2001
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    Aterciopelados - Gozo Poderoso (RCA)

    Aterciopelados means "the velvety ones," and on Gozo Poderoso ("Powerful Pleasure"), vocalist Andrea Echeverri and bassist/ producer Hector Buitrago are exactly that. The Colombian duo's latest CD is a collection of soft rock rhythms, enlightened lyr...

    by Olivia Flores Alvarez on August 2, 2001
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    Sad Like Crazy - Love Songs to Death (Ojet)

    The big concern going in: How does Love Songs stack up to SLC's past studio stuff, not to mention its live performances? That worry dissipates, however, after the first five seconds of the raw, energetic "Kid in the Corner." It's a darn good opener t...

    by Jeremy Hart on August 2, 2001
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    Minibill - Stevie Nicks

    Break out the chiffon skirts, lace shawls and unicorn-embroidered diaries. Rock's white witch is back, bringing with her a sizable back catalog of Fleetwood Mac and solo hits as well as new material from her surprisingly strong Trouble in Shangri-La....

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 2, 2001
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    Minibill - Mary Jane's Eighth Anniversary Party

    Out of the ashes of the Shimmy Shack (which itself arose out of the implosion of the Bon Ton Room) came Mary Jane's in August 1994. Founded by ex-Rudyard's employee Toby Blunt, the club has outlasted both of its Washington Avenue predecessors. Origin...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 2, 2001
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    Minibill - Soulcracker

    All right, admit it. You watched VH1's Bands on the Run. Who among us was not sucked in by the bisexual goth gals, the frenetic selling of "merch" and the twisted acts of debauchery night after beer-soaked night? True, most were Flickerstick fans at ...

    by Jennifer Mathieu on August 2, 2001
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    Minibill - Mutabaruka

    Allen Hope was a Roman Catholic teenager working in Kingston for the Jamaican phone company in the late '60s when he discovered Rastafarianism and the writings of Malcolm X and Eldridge Cleaver. A newly radicalized Hope adopted the Rastafarian religi...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 2, 2001
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    Great Scott - The Philly R&B neo-soulstress defies simple definitions

    A year after the debut of her critically acclaimed first album, there are those who are still asking, "Who is Jill Scott?" You can hardly blame them, because there are multiple answers. Scott is R&B's latest It Girl and the current poster child for t...

    by Funmi Okunbolade on August 2, 2001
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    Business Versus Pleasure - Lil' Troy keeps on ballin', on CD and video, at least

    A couple of Sundays ago, Troy Birkett, better known to the ballers and ballettes as Lil' Troy, had a little get-together over at Club Jamaica Jamaica. "Oh, man, we had a ball," says the Lil' One. "Everybody had fun. We had a caterer come inWe popped...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on August 2, 2001
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    Billy Joe's Blues - Billy Joe Shaver has known great blessings and great curses

    When Billy Joe Shaver gives directions to his modest house on the outskirts of Waco, he says to disregard the handwritten sign on his front door. "Please do not disturb. I haven't slept in two days," it says. "That's just so some ol' drunks don't com...

    by Michael Corcoran on July 26, 2001
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