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    Rude Boy Invasion

    If it seems like there's a ska show coming to South Florida every week, maybe it's because there is. For the last two years, ska bands from across the country -- from Boston, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, practically everywhere but the music's home...

    by John Floyd on January 16, 1997
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    Reverb

    Careerists are rare in punk rock, but not as rare as you might think. The Queers, Bad Religion, Social Distortion, and Minor Threat/Fugazi auteur Ian MacKaye have all been entrenched in this fickle, youth-obsessed genre for well over a decade, and th...

    by John Floyd on January 16, 1997
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    Reverb

    Bill Orcutt's new debut solo album is both a reiteration of Harry Pussy's complex noise experiments and a move away from his main band's barely controlled sonic assaults. Issued last month on the mighty fine NYC indie label Audible Hiss, Orcutt's unt...

    by John Floyd on January 9, 1997
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    Rotations

    Sun Ra The Singles (Evidence) Even in death space-traveling jazz man Sun Ra makes listeners choose sides. His admirers, whose numbers include Phish, Michael Ray's Cosmic Krewe, and George Clinton's P-Funk mob, remember him as a madcap ent...

    by Jesse Ballinger on January 9, 1997
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    Blues with the Band

    Teddy Morgan is only 25 years old, but the blues-guitar hotshot brings to his playing an economy, precision, and taste that is rare among the young guns currently slugging it out on the modern blues circuit. One listen to Morgan's fine second album L...

    by John Floyd on January 9, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Acoustic rock and quirky pop take over Tobacco Road (626 S. Miami Ave., 374-1198) tonight (Thursday), as women of rock Diane Ward, Magda Hiller, and Marianne Flemming do it In the Round for a night of soul-stirring sounds and some pretty nifty guitar...

    by Liz Martinez on January 9, 1997
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    Heavy, Man

    Back before there were long-form videos and CD-ROMs for overweening artiste types to wallow in, musicians used the concept album to overextend their half-baked ideas. Not content with letting a single song do its job, groups charged an entire collect...

    by Serene Dominic on January 9, 1997
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    Reverb

    At the suggestion of a friend, this week's column was going to be a breakdown of the ten best and worst locally produced albums/cassettes/compact discs of 1996. The best-of thing was easy to compile -- Kreamy 'Lectric Santa's Music For Meditation, Re...

    by John Floyd on January 2, 1997
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    Into the Night

    Another New Year's Eve has slipped by, so we can get on with the truly important things in life. And this Friday, January 3, it's all about renewal when the Kitchen Club reopens its doors after a monthlong hiatus. Experience the dark and the dank as ...

    by Liz Martinez on January 2, 1997
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    High Lonesome Hardships

    The Louvin Brothers were country music's best-ever brother team, and when they titled their greatest album Tragic Songs of Life, they weren't kidding around. Over the course of that record, a woman wanders "this wide world all over," leaving her aban...

    by David Cantwell on January 2, 1997
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    Into the Night

    New Year's Eve again, kiddies. Surely the most overrated night ever to enjoy celebrity. It's the annual call for overindulgence ("amateur night," Jimmy Breslin once dubbed it). Oh, well, no amount of complaining will rid the streets of throngs of clu...

    by Liz Martinez on December 26, 1996
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    Dinosaurs Still Walk the Earth - The Ten Scariest Reunions of 1996

    1. Sex Pistols (no future, no integrity, no point) 2. Styx (oh, no, Mr. Reduxo) 3. The Monkees (another Pleasant Valley payday) 4. Kiss (The Elders) 5. Journey (open palms) 6. The Who (will get fooled again -- and again) 7. Va...

    by Michael Yockel on December 26, 1996
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    All the Best

    I could have easily filled this space with my own review of the music year that was, not to mention reel off at least 40 albums that helped carry me along from day to day and month to month. But as this is a charitable time of year, I figured, why no...

    by John Floyd on December 26, 1996
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    Uncommon One

    The news that there's a new Van Morrison album out should be thrilling. But for some of us there have been so many Morrison discs in the last year alone that it's a bit anticlimactic. And if anyone mentions that Ronnie Scott or that Georgie Fame is o...

    by Susan Whitall on December 26, 1996
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    Reverb

    I used to know a girl who swore that the most useful gauge of whether a relationship would work was how you travel: If you and your partner travel well, with only minimal bickering over this or that, your lovers' fate was as good as sealed; fight lik...

    by John Floyd on December 19, 1996
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    Into the Night

    If visions of stockings and sugarplums dance in your head; if dreams of silver bells and cockle shells disturb your sleep; if you can no longer tell which is worse, family or fruitcake -- well, you need to get out more, my friend. And what better way...

    by Liz Martinez on December 19, 1996
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    Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack

    Hype! The Motion Picture Soundtrack Various Artists (Sub Pop) In 1994 four records by four Seattle bands debuted at number one on the Billboard charts -- Soundgarden's Superunknown, Alice in Chains' Jar of Flies, Pearl Jam's Vs., and Nirv...

    by Gina Arnold on December 19, 1996
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    Bush Whack

    First, Bush's Gavin Rossdale stole Kurt Cobain's sound, right down to the last sad but fuzzy guitar chord and strangled vocal growl, and then he and his hired helpers rode it to a quintuple-platinum hit with Sixteen Stone, primarily because modern-ro...

    by Jim DeRogatis on December 19, 1996
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    Pray for Seattle - A talk with the filmmakers

    In 1992 producer Steve Helvey approached filmmaker Doug Pray about documenting the Seattle music scene. Pray thought it was a terrible idea. Anyone who had followed the rumblings in the Pacific Northwest, as Pray had, knew Seattle was over before Nir...

    by Jeff Stark on December 19, 1996
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    Sells Like Teen Spirit

    It could have been any town in America, and it often was: Athens, Chapel Hill, Minneapolis, Austin. Seattle was just another stop on the A&R Express, another destination where the gold-card crowd could run up their expense accounts while they looked ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on December 19, 1996
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