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    Wonderlovin' From the Oven! - Two great flavors: familiar and fresh

    Wonderlove is certainly poised for commercial liftoff. The promising Orange County rock band has enlisted the high-profile management team of Doll Hut owner turned band manager Linda Jemison and the widely respected Ron Kauffman. But the quintet--...

    by JOHN ROOS on July 26, 2001
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    The Plan

    The Hootenanny Hidden Valley Ranch Saturday, July 7 You know that fine line between enthusiastic devotion and creepy obsession? Well, my friend Jonny--whom you might remember from his past OC Weekly appearance as the Guy With Perfect Teeth--is r...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on July 19, 2001
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    New Music

    BUDDY BLUE PRETEND IT'S OKAY CLARENCE RECORDS If you know Buddy Seigal only through his learned, excretion-laden scribbling in this very section, you know only half the story. Under the stage name Buddy Blue, the singer/guitarist/songwriter is...

    on July 19, 2001
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    Position Wanted - I want to play in the Briefs

    I should be in the Briefs. It just feels so right. I have a bad haircut. They have bad haircuts. I know three chords on my guitar. They know three chords on their guitars. I want to put on a skinny tie and some tacky sunglasses and live out all my s...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 19, 2001
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    Sick of Bad Music? - The Alejandro Escovedo is for you

    We'll just go ahead and speak the sweet and simple truth here, goddamn it: Alejandro Escovedo is one of the greatest, most inventive singer/songwriters this county has ever produced. So what if he bailed 30 years ago for San Francisco (where he star...

    by Rich Kane on July 19, 2001
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    They Put the Sex in Sextet - Los Amigos Invisibles like sex

    Los Amigos Invisibles have critical acclaim, a best-selling album and, for what it's worth, a Grammy nomination. And now they live in New York City, where they're preparing for their conquest of North America. But the six Venezuelans would be a me...

    by Gustavo Arellano on July 19, 2001
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    How Theyll Destroy the OC Fair - Secret weapon: Tanya Tucker

    Most pop music fans condone--almost expect--unseemly behavior on the part of their heroes, but modern country demands Proper Conduct on the part of its practitioners, particularly its wimmenfolk. TANYA TUCKER is having none of it. She's been a very ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 19, 2001
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    Brutal Is Dead

    Some Hardcore Band That Was Maybe Pg. 99 Koo's Art Caf Thurs., June 28 The '90s sucked. Or at least the parts we remember, like when underground music went from hit to shit in about two years flat. You remember 1995: everyone was desperately fa...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 12, 2001
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    Goodbye, John Lee! - Hello, Jackie DeShannon

    So John Lee Hooker goes toes-up on us--on the same day as Archie Bunker, no less--and now there'll be a media frenzy of well-deserved, loving obituaries. It's sad but not unexpected. The old guy had been carrying himself like a mummy for years now, ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 12, 2001
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    Stylish, Faster, Wiser - Introducing the 2001 Bratmobile

    Molly Neuman knows how it hurts when a band lives too fast and dies too young. "If you break up at your prime, you'll always be legendary," she says. "But it's a drag to see how special something is, and you know nothing else like it exists." And ...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 12, 2001
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    Jazz Class - Its Charlie Rose meets Actors Studio and Piano Jazz in Sessions

    A few years back, I finagled a pair of front-row seats for a Wynton Marsalis concert at the Orange County Performing Arts Center. There's no doubting the trumpeter's technique and vast knowledge of jazz, but his stage presence has always left me col...

    by JOHN ROOS on July 12, 2001
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    A Father of Punk - Mike Ness and the importance of roots

    Photo by Myles RobinsonIt's hard to imagine Mike Ness, Social Distortion's once-reckless front man, doing the domestic thing, but there he is, tattoos and all, assistant coaching his son's Little League team. And there he is, driving his sons to sur...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on July 12, 2001
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    Hootenanny Hoedown

    CHUCK BERRY There is a Chuck Berry song in space. I don't recall which one, but some sage chose it to go up in one of those NASA deep-space probes, along with other recordings and artifacts of the human experience. Some scientists like to ...

    on July 12, 2001
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    From Ex-Big Thing to Next Big Thing - The Cadillac Tramps, one day at a time

    April 1999. The Galaxy Concert Theatre. The Cadillac Tramps were back, and for fans of the once-and-future greatest band ever to emerge from Orange County, it was a scene of triumph, of victory over self, of final resolution in an opera of low trage...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on July 12, 2001
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    How Bout a Nice Hawaiian Punch?

    The Sticklers/Thee Makeout Party at Koo's Art Cafe, Thursday, June 21 You've been there. You've felt the pain. Maybe you walked out--but maybe there was no escape. It's the Show From Hell, and every so often, it's your turn to be the star. And we ...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 5, 2001
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    New Music

    VARIOUS ARTISTS DUBLAB PRESENTS: FREEWAYS EMPEROR NORTON The hype over Internet radio, like everything else dot-com, would have been gladly forgotten by now if a few lone indie stations like dublab.com hadn't actually lived up to their promise...

    on July 5, 2001
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    The Great Uniter - Bluesman W.C. clark brings the races together

    Everyone knows the best stuff is produced in sweltering clubs that are as moist 'n' stinky as a summertime shvitz. This week's riches are to be mined Saturday night at the Blue Cafe, when W.C. CLARK holds court. Clark isn't well-known outside Aust...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 5, 2001
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    Dig the New Brood - Pinehurst Kids honest rock

    Joe Davis' story goes like this: the ringleader of Portland's indie-rock wonders Pinehurst Kids was born and raised in Pinehurst, Idaho, a town whose local silver mine poisoned the surrounding land, air and water with dangerously high levels of toxi...

    by Rich Kane on July 5, 2001
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    Lounge Against the Machine! - Phil Shane is on a mission to revitalize the lounge act

    Photo by Eric RodriguezThink of the Fling as the last fading bit of old Vegas-style glory in Orange County. The 30-year-old Santa Ana lounge looks like an exclusive, smoke-filled VIP room where Frank, Dino and Sammy might have held court back in '65...

    by MICHAEL ALARCON on July 5, 2001
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    Feedback Spike - Semiautomatic rock like Godzilla

    Every musician has a guilty pleasure, a closet full of vinyl that dare not speak its name. For the rappers, it might be a butt-rock arsenal that would charm the leather pants off a hesher at 50 yards; for the alternative-country kids, maybe it's all...

    by Chris Ziegler on July 5, 2001
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