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    Playbill - Crosby, Stills and Nash

    The vocal rockers with a name like a law firm continue to bear aloft the Original Woodstock Nation banner, seemingly at peace with their elder-statesman status and with one another. The core trio seemed re-energized during its hugely successful 200...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 30, 2001
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    Playbill - Blood Drained Cows

    In a time of eyelinered glam-punk throwbacks like the Black Halos and the no-budget, Detroit garage rock, dance-beat mayhem of the White Stripes, the Blood Drained Cows are a perfect antidote to pretension and self-conscious anachronism. The ramb...

    by David Ensminger on August 30, 2001
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    Minibill - Najwa Karam / Ihab Tawfic / Samira Said

    Each of these Arabic singers is a superstar in his or her own country. Najwa Karam hails from Lebanon. Ashika, her new CD, is a staple in Arabic clubs both in America and the Levant. Karam's music fuses Spanish, Arabic and dance beats. Cairene Ihab T...

    by Aaron Howard on August 30, 2001
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    Truth Be Told - Lee Roy Parnell finds his roots everywhere but Nashville

    For Texas music royal Lee Roy Parnell, it's odd to have a town like Macon, Georgia play such an important role in his development. After all, Parnell's dad was a close friend of and performed with Bob Wills. Lee Roy debuted at age six with Wills an...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 23, 2001
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    Midnight Pumpkin - Toni Price glows on her best album yet

    Like a father nervously awaiting his daughter's return from her first date, the smitten, fiftysomething berfan paces around the Continental Club, leaning on a cane. Occasionally, he ventures onto the sidewalk on Main Street. She's running a bit late...

    by Greg Barr on August 23, 2001
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    Racket - At Tim Murrah's Metropol, it's about music, not style

    For Tim Murrah, Metropol's eccentric owner/DJ/Britpop guru, it's not about style. Most downtown clubs try to create buzz with their exclusivity, high covers, dazzling lights, and flavor-of-the-minute dance trax piped in direct from New York and LA...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 23, 2001
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    Playbill - Lucky Boys Confusion

    No one is more aware of a trend's limited shelf life than a record company executive. Lucky Boys Confusion learned this fact when its blend of ska, punk, rap, and reggae attracted the attention of Elektra. Since ska hybrid bands are so 1996, the la...

    by Sean McLain on August 23, 2001
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    Playbill - Bare Jr.

    People who are surprised by Bobby Bare Jr.'s post-punk leanings must not have been listening when his daddy was recording. Papa Bare was pretty hip himself, having released what is perhaps country music's first concept album in 1973, a collection o...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 23, 2001
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    Sumpin' Filthy - Local punker/chef Filthy McNasty is the Ginuwine article

    Filthy McNasty is one of those performers you can't keep to yourself. Hell, you're kinda pissed no one has told you about him sooner. McNasty, also known as Brian Michael McManus, hasn't been around quite long enough to be considered the city's dirt...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on August 16, 2001
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    Prodigal Sons - The Man in Black claims his Bastards

    When Johnny Cash speaks to you in your dreams, you better pay heed. That's exactly what Mark Stuart did after several nocturnal visits from the Man in Black, who spoke to the San Diego musician about, well, stuff, and also about playing country music...

    by Greg Barr on August 16, 2001
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    Racket - Pinpointing when Texas music jumped the shark

    One of the more engrossing sites on the Web is www.jumptheshark.com. On this site, which takes its name from an episode of Happy Days in which the Fonz water-ski jumps over a Great White to win a battle of wills with some California toughs, Web surfe...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 16, 2001
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    The Turn of the Screw - In which a narcotic, native-born music finds a nightclub home

    A few weeks ago, club owner Jay Ferrero gave his Richmond Strip sports bar Club Chico's a total overhaul. Named after the moniker he was given when he was stationed in the army in San Antonio (apparently he was the only Puerto Rican around), the New...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on August 16, 2001
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    Our Lady Peace - Spiritual Machines (Columbia Records)

    From the land of the deep freeze, and apparently the home of the deep thinkers, comes the latest release from Toronto post-grungers Our Lady Peace. It seems you won't find these brainiac musicians grappling over skateboard 'zines or drooling over the...

    by Greg Barr on August 16, 2001
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    VuD Caf - VuD Caf (Self-released)

    At first listen, it's easy to find shades of Marc Anthony, Chris Perez, Santana, Man, even a little Ricky Martin, to VuD Caf. But the truth is VuD sounds like only VuD. VuD Caf was formed by guitarist Jesse Flores and drummer Steve Salazar in...

    by Olivia Flores Alvarez on August 16, 2001
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    Playbill - Mem Shannon

    True triple-threat talents are very rare in any music, and to this general rule the blues is no exception. While thousands can play the blues on the guitar, perhaps only 10 percent of those can also write great songs, and a smaller fraction of those...

    by John Nova Lomax on August 16, 2001
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    Playbill - Ian Moore

    There was a day when MTV's Unplugged segments were actually worth waiting for through the myriad of ads for pimple cream and shampoo. Yet in 2001, any young stud or studette with one cool rock song in their repertoire gets a shot at playing acoustic...

    by Greg Barr on August 16, 2001
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    Minibill - Thrice

    Though they prefer to categorize themselves as "melodic hardcore," this Orange County-birthed quartet solidly melds punk and metal, finding the common ground between early Green Day and early Metallica (and especially that Kirk Hammettesque guitar). ...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 16, 2001
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    I'll Be Jiggerered! - Jiggernaut hopes to crush all in its path to glory

    Wolf Loescher loathed the three years he spent in Scotland. His German-born father had taken a job as general manager of an American-owned semiconductor plant and relocated the family from Texas to East Kilbride, near Glasgow. For the young teenager,...

    by Aaron Howard on August 9, 2001
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    Choo Choo Ch'boogie - The Derailers get back on track with a major-label deal

    No matter what some delusional musicians might spew forth in their diatribes about "art" versus "commercialism," few bands would call for a ghostbuster if the specter of success actually paid them a visit. Selling a pittance of records to die-hard fa...

    by Bob Ruggiero on August 9, 2001
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    The Naked Truth - Lucinda lays bare her Essence

    This much was clear: She wasn't coming back on her own. "Where's Lu?" a woman, apparently a manager, was asking. "We're late." Lu was last seen standing behind the outdoor stage, just after the rain had soaked Laclede's Landing on the St. Louis river...

    by Roy Kasten on August 9, 2001
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