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    The Joy of Struggle

    The musical dynamic of Ed Matus' Struggle was once described by a fan as "a train coming, then all of a sudden someone pours fudge on top of it." The Miami quartet -- comprising lead guitarist/songwriter Juan Montoya, singer/guitarist Scott Nixon, dr...

    by Georgina Cardenas on June 5, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Unfolding under this Thursday evening's new moon (and every Thursday to follow) is an event that sounds so much like Miami it's almost cruelly coincidental that it was transplanted from New York: Cafe con Leche at KGB (637 Washington Ave., Miami Beac...

    by Larry Boytano on June 5, 1997
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    Rotations

    The Monks Black Monk Time (Infinite Zero/American) Everything that's great about the Monks is right there on "Monk Chant," the lead cut from the group's 1966 underground classic Black Monk Time, reissued on American's Infinite Zero imprint ...

    by Steven Almond on June 5, 1997
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    Reverb

    A few words on Pete Moss from some people who knew him. Moss, a fixture on the local music scene for more than ten years, died early last week. No cause of death has been announced. Hal "Boise Bob" Spector, musician: "We met while he was playing...

    by John Floyd on May 29, 1997
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    Into the Night

    After seven years at this wonderful newspaper, I'm jumping out of the club parade and into a seminormal job. Unfortunately for me, now I'll actually have to be up in the morning. This fine piece of work is my last column. My stint as nightlife guru h...

    by Liz Martinez on May 29, 1997
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    Dust to Dust

    In the inaugural issue of No Depression -- a fanzine out of Seattle that has somehow grown to embody the genre of "insurgent country" -- the editors wrote: "We claim Gram Parsons as our unholy ghost, minister of the shotgun wedding of country and roc...

    by Curtis Bonney on May 29, 1997
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    The Elements of Style

    Take four people from widely varying ethnic and personal backgrounds, put them in a potentially intense situation, then wait for the sparks to fly. It may sound like the formula for some "real life" MTV show or the premise of the next "Must-See TV" p...

    by Georgina Cardenas on May 29, 1997
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    Rotations

    Pete Ham 7 Park Avenue (Rykodisc) The mere fact that Badfinger was originally signed to the Beatles' Apple label unfairly stigmatized the British popsters as a surrogate Fab Four. But unlike their labelmates, Badfinger's story did not inclu...

    by Frank-John Hadley on May 29, 1997
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    Negative Creeps

    Oh, sure, nowadays everyone likes Black Sabbath. You know, there used to be rules for this sort of thing. Black Sabbath at one time was viewed as a joke by most folks. The only people who liked them were kids so completely stoned all the time they we...

    by Rob O'Connor on May 22, 1997
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    Rotations

    Guy Clark Keepers: A Live Recording (Sugar Hill) Keepers is exactly right. The title of Guy Clark's latest disc suggests that what we have is a collection of a legendary songwriter's best songs, recorded live. And we do. But what makes this...

    by Michael Yockel on May 22, 1997
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    Into the Night

    The party brigade takes charge with yet another benefit as The Undercover Ball rolls into Salvation (1771 West Ave., Miami Beach, 538-4137) tonight (Thursday) for some serious dancing and drinking. It's all for a good cause, though, as the proceeds g...

    by Liz Martinez on May 22, 1997
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    Everyday People

    For someone who considers himself an expressionist, Khadir frontman Lino de la Guardia has had a hard time expressing himself -- or rather, he's found it difficult to get the sounds in his head captured on tape. His frustration is evident when the 32...

    by John Floyd on May 22, 1997
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    Mourn Free

    Jay Farrar writes songs from the tangled backwoods of the soul, in a dimly lit recess where what little light shines only illuminates the despair that dogs him. In the seven years since he introduced the first of those songs as one-third of the semin...

    by John Floyd on May 15, 1997
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    She Works Hard for the Love of It

    It's good to be known as the queen of something -- especially something widely and wildly influential -- even if that something is long gone. Donna Summer doesn't mind being called the Queen of Disco, but she wants to be known for more than her class...

    by Georgina Cardenas on May 15, 1997
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    Reverb

    It's not easy selling Miami on avant-garde music. Sometimes you even have to give the stuff away. Gustavo Matamoros knows this. The artistic director of the South Florida Composers Alliance's annual Subtropics 9 New Music Festival -- and a respected ...

    by John Floyd on May 15, 1997
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    Rotations

    Buick MacKane The Pawn Shop Years (Rykodisc) The best way to distinguish the solo work of Austin singer/songwriter Alejandro Escovedo from his side-band excursions with Buick MacKane is to cue up the first cut on The Pawn Shop Years, the Ma...

    by Steve Kistulentz on May 15, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Beginning Sunday, May 18, South Beach music venue Stella Blue (1661 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 532-4788) adds a Latin rock night to its already varied agenda. The cozy club gets down and dirty as party bands Khadir and El Duende bring on the rhythm....

    by Liz Martinez on May 15, 1997
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    Rotations

    NuYorican Soul NuYorican Soul (Giant Step/Blue Thumb) Never underestimate Puerto Rico. True, the island's treasured salsa has been eclipsed by Dominican merengue and other rhythms. But the sonic highway that brought so much great music from...

    by Debbie Gilbert on May 8, 1997
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    Reverb

    The music of southern Louisiana has been described in many ways, but "progressive" isn't a word you often see thrown in the direction of the myriad zydeco and Cajun bands that set the region's culture and mores to music that ranges from reeling to ro...

    by John Floyd on May 8, 1997
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    'Lectric Warriors

    Robert Price is not a happy man. At least not now. It's the day before his band Kreamy 'Lectric Santa is set to embark on a monthlong club tour that will take them through the South, across Texas, and up and down the West Coast from Los Angeles to Se...

    by John Floyd on May 8, 1997
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