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    Toots and Mouth Disease - Harmonica Baron Thielemans suffers the jazz bug gladly

    Peering at a shiny object through a shop window. In the late 1930s, a teenaged Jean Baptiste Thielemans found himself doing that one day during a school field trip in his native Belgium. And that's how it all began. A couple of francs lighter, he was...

    by Nina Korman on May 23, 2002
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    Rush the Gates - Miranda July pries open the profound tyranny of doubt

    Miranda July is trapped onstage. The Portland performance artist is stuck up on a catwalk, sandwiched between two video screens like a specimen pinned to glass, her every move choreographed to the live score composed by DJ and microbiologist Zac Love...

    by Robin Shear on May 23, 2002
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    Liquid Lungs - Cadillac Blindside knocks the breath out of emo-punk

    When the black-clad members of Cadillac Blindside walk onstage and light enough candelabras to stock a horror movie set, it's clear this is no run-of-the-mill emo-punk band. By the time the band's frenetic antics and sonic boom blow enough wind to sn...

    by Tom Bowker on May 23, 2002
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    Patakin - Supernatural Tales from Yorubaland

    Forget about Spider-Man and his hots for his high school honey. And if you're looking to Star Wars for love interest, well, look again. For truly otherworldly passion among superhumans turn to the Patakin, the stories of the dalliances and daredevil ...

    by Celeste Fraser Delgado on May 23, 2002
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    Hip-hop Honeymoon - This Memorial Day Weekend, R&B songbirds soothe the ruffneck rabble

    It's a sound that's swiftly showing up everywhere, like a suddenly trendy drink embraced by the masses as the perfect tonic for the times. A bracing mix of tough and tender, sweet but street, that somehow makes everybody feel aa-ight in these strange...

    by Jimmy Magahern on May 23, 2002
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    T-Vice vs. Carimi - Will compas have a new king?

    Some say the battle has already been won. That the long reign of compas kings T-Vice has come to an end. No, the pretender to the throne is not KDans, Djakout Mizik, or Zin. The upstarts are the newest of the New Generation Compa: Carlo Vieux, Richar...

    by Celeste Fraser Delgado on May 16, 2002
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    Charming Fetish - With Bozo Porno Circus, getting your freak on is just the beginning

    One look at Bozo Porno Circus and you instantly know they're not from around here -- no matter where here may be. "We were eating at Wendy's and I was talking on my phone, looking out the window. I turned around and [saw that] everybody in line wasn'...

    by Omar Perez on May 16, 2002
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    Can't Keep It Down - Timo Maas's turn from DJ to artist has changed dance music forever

    What pressure? On the eve of Timo Maas's 27-gig, 6-week North American tour to promote Loud (Kinetic), his debut album as an artist, the jovial Hanover, Germany, native is holed up in a San Francisco hotel watching dark clouds and rain spray the Bay ...

    by Kevin McLaughlin on May 16, 2002
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    BEST CONCERT SERIES - New World Symphony's Sounds of the Times

    The Lincoln Theatre is intimate enough that everyone in the audience can watch artistic director Michael Tilson Thomas's expressions -- they tell the story. His enthusiasm and excitement about music are written all over his face, as when he introduce...

    on May 16, 2002
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    SECOND-BEST CONCERT SERIES - Rhythm Foundation

    It seems shortsighted to begrudge the rain in a year following such a serious drought, but if the rain had to fall so infrequently, why did it always seem to pour on the Rhythm Foundation's outdoor summer concerts? Colombia's vallenato king, accordio...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST LOCAL SOLO MUSICIAN - Nicole Henry

    She first dazzled the world, or at least her fifth-grade class, with her rendition of "Be a Lion" in an elementary school production of The Wiz. That might explain her courage. After scoring as a dance diva with "Miracle" in 1998, Henry has opted for...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST VENUE FOR LIVE MUSIC - Lincoln Theatre

    The Lincoln Theatre is best known as the home of the New World Symphony (NWS), Michael Tilson Thomas's "training" outfit, who regularly blow their older Philharmonic peers out of the water. But as anyone knows who's caught a concert here when musicia...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST LOCAL ROCK BAND - Moxi

    Guitarist Josh Sonntag and singer-songwriter Catty Tasso make for the perfect rock-and-roll marriage -- literally. When Tasso advertised for an axe man on a Guitar Center bulletin board in 1999, Sonntag offered her not only a pair of the best pluckin...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST NEW MUSIC TREND - The return of house music

    Spend enough time on the Beach and it can seem as if every sound system marches in lockstep. In 1999 it appeared that the music police were practically forcing every restaurant in town to play the Gipsy Kings -- and nothing else. Meanwhile the clubs ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST CLASSICAL RADIO PROGRAM - The Classical Hour on WVUM-FM (90.5)

    What better source for the ethereal strains of orchestral music than an institution of higher learning? And with the recent death of the commercial classical format at the former WTMI-FM (93.1), but for the grace of University of Miami administrators...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST LOCAL POP BAND - Shufly

    In a pop world where satisfaction is measured by how long a song sticks in listeners' brains, nothing is stickier than a Shufly hook. That's due to the songwriting duo of Scott Smith, whose short, sharp lyrics always seem truthful without every word ...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST WE-GOT-THE-FUNK COLLECTIVE - The Square Egg

    People sometimes wonder just how New Times selects "Best of Miami" winners. It is a highly scientific process devised long ago by a select committee of experts and requires the participation of more than 100 judges from around the world who take up r...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST LOCAL INDIE BAND - See Venus

    Think of sound as a galaxy, a shimmering play of lights. Think of guitars, horns, and keyboards as so many sparkling arrows, so many zodiac signs, pointing to the glowing nebula of Rocky Ordoez's and Erica Boynton's angelic voices. That is how you w...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST PIANO MAN - Eddie Higgins

    Heartily pounding out the rousing "St. Louis Blues" or gently improvising on the tranquil bossa nova melodies of Antonio Carlos Jobim, eminent pianist Eddie Higgins always puts his indelible stamp on the keys. The Massachusetts-born and raised musici...

    on May 16, 2002
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    BEST LOCAL ALBUM OF THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS - Strokes Is For Dopes Curious Hair

    Okay, so it's not an album, it's a three-song EP, but then, as they say, it's not the length that matters, it's what you do with it. And this little disc is more an act of protest than a digital artifact. Dismayed by the faux-phenomenon surrounding B...

    on May 16, 2002
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