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    Into the Night

    Tired of the summer music festival frenzy? Even though it goes to the soul of rock and roll (and money), it can be a bit much. A nice change is a down-to-earth homegrown summer music event that has taken hold on a farm in the middle of nowhere. On Sa...

    by Larry Boytano on July 31, 1997
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    Mirabal Robert Mirabal (Warner Western) Robert Mirabal has two main cultural threads in the cloth of his being. One is a traditional Native American flute maker and player. His flutes are on display at the Smithsonian, he's recorded and tou...

    by Eddie Hankins on July 31, 1997
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    Live and Let Creativity Die

    As it turns out, the nuts were right. Paul is dead. Creatively, at least, the Cute Beatle met his maker in about, oh, December of 1970. And, despite all the corporate pandering and hollow hoopla, Paul's latest effort, Flaming Pie, is just ab...

    by Steven Almond on July 24, 1997
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    A Little Help from His Friends

    Bass player Eddie "Gua Gua" Rivera recorded a couple of tunes with his quintet, the Latin Jazz Crew, in a Kendall studio on a recent afternoon. For the first time in three decades, the tips of his long, elegant fingers blistered. Rivera has hardly to...

    by Judy Cantor on July 17, 1997
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    Genius + Soul = Jazz/My Kind of Jazz Ray Charles (Rhino) Long before Quincy Jones was a magazine owner (Vibe, the Source) or the producer of Michael Jackson's multiplatinum efforts, and even long before he produced Lesley Gore's proto-femin...

    by Eddie Hankins on July 17, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Party culture in South Florida spreads in many directions. One more outpost for nightlife begins tonight in an area that most do not consider an evening fun zone. Just west of downtown you'll find Malaga (740 SW Eighth St., 858-4224), a restaurant an...

    by Larry Boytano on July 17, 1997
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    Standing in My Shoes Leo Kottke (Private Music) In the wake of Beck, even old-schoolers like Leo Kottke are getting hip-hop hip. On his umpteenth album, Kottke teams with producer and former Prince cohort David Z for an intriguing, occasion...

    by Lee Ballinger on July 10, 1997
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    Cum on Feel the Comeback

    First, get into the pop-music time machine. Sure, it looks like a big cardboard box, maybe a refrigerator box, with crude crayoned dials drawn on its sides. Okay, it is a refrigerator box. But use your imagination, dammit! Set course for 1983. A...

    by Ben Greenman on July 10, 1997
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    The Band Stripped Bare

    Carey Peak wants to start a revolution. A rock and roll radio revolution, that is. Sitting in a tiny Fort Lauderdale rehearsal space dominated by a set of drums, Peak explains that he and his band the C60's are striving to deviate from the cliched so...

    by Georgina Cardenas on July 10, 1997
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    The Heart of the Matter

    With his stinging guitar lines, booming chord sustains, and passionate vocals, Johnny "Clyde" Copeland has spent the past four decades cutting to the heart of the blues. Recently, though, doctors have been cutting to the heart of Copeland. Since a ne...

    by Frank-John Hadley on July 3, 1997
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    Rockinvasion!

    This Independence Day weekend Miami will experience an invasion that could be as explosive and energetic as last year's blockbuster action flick. Instead of ugly tentacled creatures bent on blasting the planet, the city will be overrun by a clutch of...

    by Georgina Cardenas on July 3, 1997
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    The Hollywood Sound Williams/London Symphony Orchestra (Sony Classical) The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has been awarding Oscars for best original score since 1934, but do its voting members know what they're doing? Not alwa...

    by Rickey Wright on July 3, 1997
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    Into the Night

    If George Washington had envisioned this country's birthday parties revolving around guys dressed like girls, guys that want to be girls, guys that like guys, and women that could beat up most guys, he might not have crossed the Delaware. Squeeze (2 ...

    by Larry Boytano on July 3, 1997
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    Dion The Road I'm On: A Retrospective (Columbia/Legacy) He's best remembered for the string of brilliant doo-wop hits he had in the Fifties with the Belmonts -- swaggering, salacious cuts such as "Runaround Sue" and "The Wanderer" -- but Di...

    by David Cantwell on June 26, 1997
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    As the Tapeworm Turns

    Building a successful business from the ground up is never easy. It usually takes a lot of work and a whole lot of money. Sometimes it even takes axes and cymbal stands, homeless men with ladders, naked guys with bags over their heads, guns, rats, an...

    by Georgina Cardenas on June 26, 1997
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    Bubble Burst

    Everything made sense until the Beatles broke up. Rock's audience expanded explosively at precisely the same time the music lost its popular and aesthetic center. The Beatles had demonstrated that what was popular could be art; in their wake, some ar...

    by Bill Wyman on June 26, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Usually it's tragedies that happen in sets of three, but this week it's anniversary parties, all of them in Miami Beach. Lost Weekend (218 Espanola Way, 672-1707), the Abbey Brewing Company (1115 Sixteenth St., 538-8110), and Twist (1057 Washington A...

    by Larry Boytano on June 26, 1997
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    Into the Night

    What are two of the most oft-heard cliches about South Florida? It's a cultural wasteland, and the Design District is the next cool boom spot. Tonight (Thursday) Power Studios (3701 NE Second Ave., 576-7567) starts the weekly party Madame X to contra...

    by Larry Boytano on June 19, 1997
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    HellFest

    Music festivals come straight from Satan. It's the only way to explain them. People have been complaining for years that rock is the devil's music, but they've got it all wrong. Standing around all day sweating in the hot sun in an endless sea of hum...

    by Rob O'Connor on June 19, 1997
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    Peter Jefferies/Jono Lonie At Swim 2 Birds (Drunken Fish) Out of print since its 1987 release in New Zealand, an obscurity to even the most fervid Kiwi-noise devotees, At Swim 2 Birds has been the missing link in the long, weird history of ...

    by David Cantwell on June 19, 1997
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