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    Not Exactly Straight Punk

    Joe "Queer" King doesn't think it's weird for a 37-year-old man to perform songs with titles like "Ursula Finally Has Tits." King -- songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist for New Hampshire's the Queers -- is simply another foul-mouthed punk rocker look...

    by Larry Boytano on November 26, 1998
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    Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound

    Hank Williams was a drunk, a mean drunk who died at age 29 in the back seat of a Cadillac. He was a semiliterate plagiarist, a whoremonger, a brawler, and an egomaniac. He was a stingy manager of top-flight musicians and a notoriously unreliable empl...

    by Brian Alcorn on November 26, 1998
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    Diva Variety

    In the spectrum of British female pop phenoms, Shirley Bassey has legs. She has endured the icy rigors of record industry bandwagoning, color barriers, fleeting trends, and fickle fans. Like fellow Brit Dusty Springfield, who rode the hit parade w...

    by George Pelletier on November 19, 1998
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    Toasters of the Town

    In the beginning, there was No Doubt. Or maybe it was Sublime. And didn't I hear something about the Mighty Mighty Bosstones putting out an album before 1997's Let's Face It? Thus runs the garbled ska gospel according to many of the new fans att...

    by Jenny Shank on November 19, 1998
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    Derek Trucks Band Out of the Madness (House of Blues Records) In the mid-Eighties, a handsome Texan named Charlie Sexton pioneered an unlikely musical trend: the teen-aged blues guitar hero. Renowned throughout the Longhorn State for his un...

    by David Simutis on November 19, 1998
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    Forever Young

    In the booklet for Biograph, his 1985 career anthology, Bob Dylan mused on the differences between his rapturously received 1974 "comeback" tour and the contentious series of shows he had given eight years earlier. On the surface, these two tours ...

    by Gilbert Garcia on November 12, 1998
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    Alto-mate High

    Discussing his new quartet's recent run at the Sweet Basil jazz club in New York City's Greenwich Village, saxophonist Kenny Garrett is clearly excited. "That was a big party up there!" he shouts. "Some nights we were playing till three or four o'...

    by Chris Duffy on November 12, 1998
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    Call It Korncore

    Ask a musician what his band sounds like and if not short, such as "blues," or "rock and roll," the answer will likely be a reflection of unclassifiable originality, maybe goosed by familiar antecedents. In other words, you'll get some blather aki...

    by Larry Boytano on November 12, 1998
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    Lyle Lovett Step Inside This House (Curb) Texas singer-songwriter Lyle Lovett has indulged himself in musical styles as diverse as gospel-soul and brass-driven pop, but he leaves no doubt where his heart lies on Step Inside This House. The ...

    by Adam Heimlich on November 12, 1998
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    Kiss Psycho Circus (Mercury) From 1974 to the present, Kisstory is a winding parable of greed, folly, and ego, but the basic facts are simple to comprehend: In the beginning, there were Paul, Gene, Peter, and Ace. First they rocked. Then th...

    by Michael C. Harris on November 5, 1998
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    Swing Thing

    It's always tough being ahead of your time, even if you get there by reaching into the past and pulling your shtick from the archives. The swing movement jitterbugging across the country (and only recently embraced by the media) may be seen by many a...

    by Adam St. James on November 5, 1998
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    Poets of the Pueblo

    Ten years ago a group of graduates from Havana's state conservatory formed a band and announced the arrival of the future of Cuban music. The members of Nueva Generacion (New Generation), since known as NG La Banda, would go on to employ their academ...

    by Judy Cantor on November 5, 1998
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    The Breath of the Blues

    The harmonica is a curious instrument. Palm-size and usually made without moving parts, it looks so simple, like a toy. Mastering one should require no more than inhaling, exhaling, and fluttering a finger or two. But the innocuous little things have...

    by Adam St. James on November 5, 1998
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    Marilyn Manson Mechanical Animals (Interscope) Some South Florida clubgoers will remember the days when Marilyn Manson was still known as Brian Warner, the lanky, insecure kid from Fort Lauderdale. Local music fans saw the meek suburbanite ...

    by John Floyd on October 29, 1998
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    Gram Crackers

    Nick Tosches, author of the definitive tome Country: The Twisted Roots of Rock 'n' Roll, asserts that rock and roll played out its entire life cycle, from birth to death, in the career of Bill Haley. Tosches writes that Haley cashed in his rockin' ch...

    by Rob O'Connor on October 29, 1998
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    Vinyl Retentive

    Life can be tough when you're known as the Madonna of the DJ set. Just ask Junior Vasquez, a man who has reinvented himself almost as many times as the pop diva. Vasquez is more than just a guy who plays records for a living. He is one of the world's...

    by Nina Korman on October 29, 1998
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    So how do you get your band on VH1? An October 8 appearance on the national cable network by local rockers the Goods was highly anticipated by members of the South Florida music community. For nearly a decade regional media and many of the area's key...

    by Adam St. James on October 29, 1998
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    Exhibitionist Tendencies

    "Folk art" is a term that terrifies many urban dwellers. Utter those otherwise harmless words in the company of your big-city friends and images of crudely painted farm scenes and hand-sewn rag dolls will leap almost telepathically from one troubled ...

    by Adam St. James on October 22, 1998
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    Agnostic Front Something's Gotta Give (Epitaph) Hardcore bands aren't known for their longevity. Performing semi-harmonious riffs at supersonic speed and living a rebellious, less-than-healthy lifestyle causes most punks to either crash and...

    by David Simutis on October 22, 1998
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    The Theory of Rave-ativity

    Few people can brag of having met while recording a "booty" track -- a song made specifically for rump shaking on the dance floor or for being piped through speakers in certain car stereos. One exception is that of musicians Dan Warren and Keith Rose...

    by Nina Korman on October 22, 1998
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