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    MarahKids in PhillyE-Squared/Atemis

    It's probably just a blown bagpipe, but it feels more like an ocean liner's horn blasting out your ears. Either way, the signal that starts "Faraway You," the lead track off this second disc from Philly kids Marah, hints at something special. Even b...

    on August 3, 2000
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    Farewell, Foothill

    Photo by Mark Savage After nearly a half-century of showcasing live music in Signal Hill, the Foothill--one of the last real honky-tonks in Southern California --has been sold and will be closing its doors in September. Signal Hill resident Bonnie P...

    on August 3, 2000
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    The Punk Meets the Funk

    Media Blitz The Gypsy Lounge Friday, July 21 Nothing like a relaxing post-Feedback-issue night out, catching a bill with three of our favorite bands, Third Grade Teacher, the Fire Ants and Sparkle*Jets UK--bands that stroke our fan-boy side in...

    by Rich Kane on August 3, 2000
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    Pact with Satan? - Everythings going right for Lefty?

    "I have faulty equipment! My equipment doesn't work!" I recently bellowed (echoing sentiments generally reserved for the bedroom) when I went to play back my interview with OC band Lefty and heard something that sounded very little like Lefty and ve...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on August 3, 2000
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    Righteous Riffage - Everybody loves Half Pint

    Bob Marley aside, the American public's appreciation of reggae music has been largely limited to party-boat cruises and pap hits that pop up every few years, like "Pass the Dutchie" and "Tomorrow People"--not much for a genre that helped spawn ska a...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on August 3, 2000
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    Revenge of the Archies! - Pop bands rule at the IPO

    you could call the international pop Overthrow (IPO) a way of hurrying history, fighting back against All That Is Ugly within modern rock--the fest's very name suggests a hostile takeover (viva la revolucin!). It's a 14-day affair featuring more th...

    by Rich Kane on August 3, 2000
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    Skillet Lickin! - And Southside and the Yardbirds are kickin!

    Catching LAVAY SMITH & HER RED HOT SKILLET LICKERS live a couple of months ago confirmed my notion that they're pretty much without peer in neo-swing. They opened up with a blazing take on Illinois Jacquet's "Symphony in Sid," proving that their tas...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on August 3, 2000
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    NOFXPUMP UP THE VALUUMEPITAPH

    Everything that can be said about NOFX has been said at least twice, says front man/bassist Fat Mike. That may be because their sound hasn't changed much over the past two decades, and while their lack of aural evolution isn't necessarily a bad thin...

    by STAN KABALA on July 20, 2000
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    Eddie Wislson(A.K.A. Crazy Fuckin Eddie) - What's humming through the skulls of Orange County?

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> Johnny Cash, Complete Live at San Quentin. "Tracks like 'Boy Named Sue,' 'San Quentin' and 'I Walk the Line.' He's the most inspiring songwriter/storyteller since Leadbelly. Rebellion from the Grandfather of Punk Rock. Johnny w...

    on July 20, 2000
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    Weezer Fever!

    FAIRVIEW/CIO CIO SAN CHAIN REACTION SATURDAY, JULY 8 Even with Smile already on the bill, this show was supposed to have been bigger than this. Sense Field were originally scheduled but were forced to back out (contract reasons) once they got b...

    by Rich Kane on July 20, 2000
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    More Miles Than Money - Alejandro Escovedo, true believer

    Alejandro Escovedo has 49 years' worth of history stuck to him, and it's a long, rich, beautiful book. Start with his large, musical family, including his father, who sang in mariachi and swing bands in his native Mexico before emigrating to the U.S...

    by Rich Kane on July 20, 2000
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    Hide the Wah-Wah Pedals! - The Big Time Blues Fest is back

    The Big Time Blues Festival is an odd name for a gathering of wonderful lesser-known artists who play alongside name-brand acts. This year's fest includes the low-profile HOLMES BROTHERS, Harlemites by way of rural Virginia who mix heavy-duty gospel...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 20, 2000
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    VARIOUS ARTISTSDARLA 100DARLA RECORDS

    Darla Records' first six years were free of big breakthroughs, which might've been a good thing. Hidden from the pop-culture media's wilting glare, the San Francisco-based label developed a chill-out techno sound sweeter than any codeine high. The l...

    by ANDREW ASCH on July 13, 2000
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    Gary Downey, A/C Technician, Drummer for Naked Movie Star - What's humming through the skulls of Orange County?

    P>> Gasoline Addicts (self-titled CD). "This is hard-driving music that pumps you full of energy. It makes you want to get crazy, like burn cop cars and stuff (kidding!). They put on a great live show, too, but this CD is definitely one to get, if y...

    on July 13, 2000
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    Tears, Glam & Revelations

    Fistful of Lonely/Motorsoule The Gypsy Lounge Friday, June 16 Motorsoule know glam. And props--they've got the feathered-boas-and-leather action going on, plus a big, fat, glittery, platinum "M" with red lights flashing around it rising above ...

    by Rich Kane on July 13, 2000
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    Shell Beat Your Brains Out - Dont call Joan Armatrading names

    Remember when Tracy Chapman's "Fast Car" came out back in 1988? Maybe you were in high school then. Maybe all the idiots in your high school only noticed that Chapman was kinda fat and had baby dreads. Maybe all they talked about was how she looked ...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on July 13, 2000
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    Brainwashed by Commies! - And Koko Taylors clam!

    Poor, well-meaning JOHN MAYALL. He spits out seeds that bloom and flourish while his own stalk remains barren. That's the story of Mayall's career, now in its fifth decade. Recognized as perhaps the most important progenitor of blues from the Britis...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on July 13, 2000
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    Room to Groove - Joey DeFrancesco pumps his organ

    "Groove" and "swing" must be two of the most overused music terms ever. As undefinable as "cool," "hot" or "bitchen," whatever meanings they do have have been watered down with an umpteen number of wide applications. For the record, "groove" appli...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on July 13, 2000
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    The Politics of Skanking - The Plea for Peace Tour frees your mind

    With its bouncy rhythms and upbeat tempo, today's ska is often regarded as happy (if not escapist) party music sung by dweeby kids with dweeby kid concerns. What people forget, though, is that for a long time (and a long time ago), ska was activist ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on July 13, 2000
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    Zed Records: RIP

    It'd be a clich to call Zed Records an institution, but it'd also be true. For 26 years, Michael Zampelli's Long Beach record shop has satiated the aural jones of many a music fan; it was one of the few places--if not the only place--where you coul...

    on July 6, 2000
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