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    Guinness Time - Houston's Texas Guinness Lovers is an original cover band

    Just the mention of the phrase "Guinness beer" is enough to start many connoisseurs of barley and hops a-salivatin'. But while you can name just about any brand of brew and find loyal adherents, Guinness drinkers are especially known for their monoga...

    by Bob Ruggiero on June 17, 1999
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    Rum Punk - Though Alejandro Escovedo has kicked the booze, he still churns out symphonic hardcore

    For those who've followed the musical evolution of Alejandro Escovedo, it seems likely that No Depression magazine, a periodical about -- what else -- being happy in an alternative-country world, would name him "Artist of the Decade" (see No Depressi...

    by Roger Wood on June 10, 1999
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    Discman - DJ DMD goes national with his continental, Houston-based rap style

    Fans and listeners who have followed the rap musings of producer/performer DJ DMD know the man has very little to be bashful about. After all, his pimp-tight lyrics and sporadically funky beats have made him a brave and bawdy cult fixture to Houston ...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on June 10, 1999
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    Jazz Alchemists - Acoustic Alchemy was soft jazz before soft jazz was soft?

    For a decade Acoustic Alchemy defined the New Adult Contemporary radio format. Often called The Wave and now usually referred to as "smoooooth jazz," NAC debuted in 1987 and originally featured a mix of light contemporary jazz, upbeat New Age and som...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on June 10, 1999
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    Cool Country

    Back in 1994, Austin-based Watermelon Records did Texas and the world a huge favor by introducing us to the greatest old-timey cowboy singer still warbling near century's end. Don Walser was an unlikely candidate to become the label's biggest star, b...

    by Roger Wood on June 10, 1999
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    Rotation

    Os Mutantes Everything Is Possible! Luaka Bop Let's face it. Nothing's ever as good or as bad as everybody says it is. So when critics trip over their lists of glowing adjectives used to describe Os Mutantes and the band's latest record, Ev...

    by Abram Shalom Himelstein on June 10, 1999
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    Living Out Loud - Loudmouth makes metal cool again

    Guitar rock is back. It's rising like a phoenix from the ashes of what was once alternative rock. But too bad, like alternative rock, it's becoming corporatized, which means big labels are noticing this new sound's appeal and are lining up to cash in...

    by Chris Smith on June 3, 1999
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    Rap Space - Will hip-hop ever find a home in Houston?

    "We're gonna see if we can get a thousand people in here tonight," said the guy who emceed the Roots concert at Club Waxx last March. Although the auto-garage-turned-hip-hop-spot wasn't filled to a thousand (management estimated it was half that), th...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on June 3, 1999
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    Star Time - Performing in front of jazz icons doesn't rattle Houston's Mark Dini

    When Houstonian Mark Dini opens for Larry Carlton on Tuesday night, the local-boy jazz guitarist is likely to feel a few butterflies. Headliner Carlton, after all, is revered in many jazz circles. He's the cat with the dark, biting tone who played wi...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on June 3, 1999
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    Canadian Werewolf in Houston

    "Gino Vannelli, one of the greatest musicians and most intriguing artists of our time, has never received the recognition that he deserves." So says the official Gino Vannelli Web site. Of course, if you know Vannelli by his three Top 40 singles, tha...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on June 3, 1999
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    Natty Pompadour

    One great thing about novelty acts: They surprise. It's never the gag that gets you or the fact that some of the guys are decent musicians. Rather, it's the music. Sometimes, when the stars are aligned just right, a band that depends more on its styl...

    by David Simutis on May 27, 1999
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    Rotation

    Julian Coryell Bitter to Sweet Mojo There are so many second-generation musicians following in the family business that it gets easy to be cynical about it. But it's not like their parents own a company that can be handed over when Mom or D...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on May 27, 1999
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    Who R. You? - The enigma that is R. Kelly keeps audiences enthralled, guessing

    If there is one thing that audiences and listeners of black music can't tolerate in their artists, it is being enigmatic. Being musically ambiguous can work in the favor of artists in rock, country or even jazz, but in contemporary R&B and hip-hop, t...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on May 27, 1999
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    9,999 Maniacs - Though 10,000 Maniacs is still around, its pop appeal has dwindled a bit.

    Pens with ink in them are always a plus. That's what Mary Ramsey says. The lead singer of 10,000 Maniacs with an obvious knack for understatement usually goes about her everyday business with a couple of nice felt-tip pens at hand and at least a ...

    by Anthony Mariani on May 27, 1999
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    Del-Fi Today

    Tribute CDs always pose a problem. For a remake of a song to be successful, an artist has to interpret it in his own way and at the same time remain faithful to the flavor of the original. But he can't be so faithful that the performance is merely de...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on May 27, 1999
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    Hi Del-Fi - New sounds from famed label

    Before independent rock record labels today, there was the independent rock record label. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Del-Fi Records represented something more than the eccentric, nonconformist side of the recording industry. Run by maverick B...

    by Paul J. MacArthur on May 27, 1999
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    Rise Up, Texas - Robert Earl Keen leadsTexas acts on tour

    Robert Earl Keen wants to set the record straight. While the critically acclaimed Texas troubadour is busy pushing his latest record, Walking Distance (Arista), and headlining the "Texas Uprising" package show, there's a story from his past that dogs...

    by Bob Ruggiero on May 20, 1999
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    Hot-blooded - Opera in the Heights brings Italy to Houston with Puccini's Tosca

    If they don't look closely, Heights Boulevard joggers will miss the white, wrinkled Opera in the Heights banner loosely hung in front of Lambert Hall's Performing Arts Center at the corner of 17th and Heights. From a distance, the sign is a cozy symb...

    by Cynthia Greenwood on May 20, 1999
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    Rotation

    Various Artists Searching for Jimi Hendrix The Right Stuff/EMI Okay, this record is supposed to showcase Jimi Hendrix's great songwriting prowess by having mostly non-guitar-oriented musicians rework his tunes. Fine. But by neglecting to in...

    by David Simutis on May 20, 1999
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    Angels Redux

    Arc Angels reunion concert? The band was, for a minute, a genuine Lone Star State-bred supergroup ready to fly off into the new decade with a muscular, sweeping guitar sound. The quartet, which formed after jamming together at the Austin Rehearsal Co...

    by David Simutis on May 20, 1999
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