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    Noise for Tots

    As grunge teeters on the brink of extinction, with Soundgarden hanging up its flannel, Nirvana but a lingering memory, and Pearl Jam a hermitish ensemble that will most likely call it quits, Australia's teenage power trio Silverchair is hoping to fig...

    by George Pelletier on May 1, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Those of you who love to complain about Miami the cultural wasteland now have no excuse for missing the scene at Backstage (12202 NW Seventh Ave., North Miami, 688-1898), an artist-friendly place hosting live performances Wednesday through Sunday. To...

    by Liz Martinez on May 1, 1997
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    Rotations

    The Notorious B.I.G. Life After Death (Bad Boy) Though the Notorious B.I.G.'s debut offered a portrait of rich potential snuffed by despair, Life After Death fights such despair hard, from beginning to end. This epic of an album begins wit...

    by David Cantwell on May 1, 1997
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    Forever on the Outside

    Jim Lauderdale calls them "recording-artist horror stories," and he can reel off a litany of them based on his own experiences as a singer/songwriter who's steeped in raw honky-tonk as well as blues, rock, soul, bluegrass, and R&B. "The longer I'm in...

    by John Floyd on April 24, 1997
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    Rotations

    Rahsaan Patterson Rahsaan Patterson (MCA) At the 28th annual NAACP Image Awards on February 8 in Los Angeles, Prince was honored with a "Special Achievement Award," presented by Stevie Wonder. Prince told the attendees that he first heard W...

    by Raymond Tuttle on April 24, 1997
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    A Righteous Babe

    Meritocracy is not a word that leaps to mind when I think about the music biz. Merit, after all, has never counted for much in the face of balls-out profiteering. Which is just one of the reasons I joined the cult of Ani DiFranco about four years ago...

    by Steven Almond on April 24, 1997
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    Into the Night

    With necessity being the mother of invention and the club circuit desperate to keep the kids coming, shiny and new one-nighters are popping up everywhere. The latest slew of theme parties runs the gamut of clubland with at least one option for everyb...

    by Liz Martinez on April 24, 1997
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    Reverb

    It has been in production far longer than I've called Miami home, but it appears the film East of Overtown is actually inching toward completion. After nearly seven years of snail's-pace production, this chronicle of the glory days of Overtown and th...

    by John Floyd on April 24, 1997
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    What's Really in a Name

    "We are not into biases or limitations," says Michael Roderick as he sits in a dimly lit studio at the 54th Street Music House in Hialeah. "There are no boundaries, there are no lines -- that is the full intention of music, of communication. The only...

    by Georgina Cardenas on April 17, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Dig out your gold chains and your Fila cap and boogie down to the Cameo Theatre (1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 532-0922) on Friday, April 18, for a mega bump and grind session with rap masters Run-D.M.C. and partner in crime Jam Master Jay. The ...

    by Liz Martinez on April 17, 1997
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    Tito's Top Percussion

    The second-floor nightclub at Yuca restaurant on Lincoln Road is no ballroom; it's more of a low-ceilinged cocktail lounge. When Tito Puente and his big band played a brief set there last Thursday, the thirteen band members were tightly packed on the...

    by Judy Cantor on April 17, 1997
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    A Sense of Wonder

    What you bring to a Van Morrison concert in the way of expectations no doubt depends on the extent of your exposure to this odd man and his equally odd career. That career is so lengthy and vast -- loaded with mainstream pop hits, standards of album-...

    by John Floyd on April 10, 1997
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    Loaded Questions

    When talking to Metallica's vocalist and founding guitarist James Hetfield, the first thing that strikes you is that he seems a lot nicer than the guy behind that famously abrasive shouting and those furious, cathartic lyrics. From 1983's Kill 'Em Al...

    by Jim DeRogatis on April 10, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Tonight, April 10, marks the debut of the new Club St. Croix (3015 Grand Ave., Coconut Grove, 446-4999) in the charming village of CocoWalk. The island-inspired club opens with Carnival-theme festivities that include stiltwalkers, jugglers, magicians...

    by Liz Martinez on April 10, 1997
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    Reverb

    Jim Dickinson does a great imitation of Bob Dylan. So great that it's impossible to convey in print just how the Memphis pianist/producer nails the nasally cadence of the master's oddball speech patterns. So let's just say it's something he picked up...

    by John Floyd on April 10, 1997
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    Rotations

    Al's Not Well Glitter (Panacea) Most bands, even the great ones, have about three songs on which all their tunes are modeled. Just listen to the entire Nirvana catalogue. Some bands work with even less: The Ramones have two songs -- a fast ...

    by Raymond Tuttle on April 10, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Listen up, ladies: Tonight (Thursday) Yberclub Cafe Iguana (8505 Mills Dr., Town and Country Center, Kendall, 274-4948) presents the final round of Playgirl's hunt for the hottest man in South Florida. Winners from the previous weeks' contests will c...

    by Liz Martinez on April 3, 1997
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    Reverb

    Try as I might to find a place in my heart for the local stuff that's crossed my desk in the many weeks since I last reviewed any South Florida music, my ears -- and heart, for that matter -- keep taking me back to one disc. The Best of Paul Kelly (W...

    by John Floyd on April 3, 1997
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    All That (Latin) Jazz

    A late-model Pontiac sits in the driveway of the stucco house that Juan Pablo Torres recently bought in a planned community mushrooming over a lonely strand of south Dade. Torres cheerily answers the door in shorts and sandals and walks quickly past ...

    by Judy Cantor on April 3, 1997
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    Moaning in Mississippi

    There's a lot to like about the version of "Tramp" recorded in 1967 by Otis Redding and Carla Thomas. The song was a hit that same year for its originator Lowell Fulson, a journeyman guitarist and singer who to this day still stands in the immense sh...

    by John Floyd on April 3, 1997
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