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    Back From the Edge - Jon Mayer, jazz survivor

    Jon Mayer remembers his first "uptown" jazz experience. His parents, both music fans, dragged him off to 52nd Street and then home to New York's raging bebop scene, where in the Bandbox, a short-lived club around the corner from the fabled Birdland,...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on April 20, 2000
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    Dig tha Funky Chemistry - Hip-hop and rave worlds collide at Audiotistic

    LA hip-hop crew Jurassic 5 mighthave a burden: on the one hand, they've been praised as simple old-school revivalists; on the other, as rap messiahs here to cleanse Southern California of its G-Thang image, out to prove that cats here can go big-tim...

    by MICHAEL COYLE on April 20, 2000
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    No Doubt, 'Return of Saturn' (Interscope Records)

    No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom was one of the first albums I ever purchased with my own money. I was 13 years old and a freshman in high school, going through all the social confusions and small tragedies that every young teenager faces. "Just a Girl," "...

    by VANESSA WIELENGA on April 13, 2000
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    Whats Humming Through the Skulls of Orange County?

    Photo by Jeanne RiceJOE FOSTER, GUITARIST FOR OC-BASED HARDCORE BAND THE KILLING FLAME, GRAPHIC ARTIST, WEB DESIGNER, ETC., ETC. > Hardcore. "I love the word 'hardcore.' It's been my personal motto my whole life. In essence, it means to do anythin...

    on April 13, 2000
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    Earache My Eye!

    The Soundhead/Sum of One/ A-Set/The Pop Narcotic/Only Me Koo's Art Cafe Sunday, April 2 After a month in which we spent 26 hours sucking up recycled airplane air ("Would you like a complete stranger's snot amoebas with your honey-roasted peanu...

    by Rich Kane on April 13, 2000
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    People Have the Power - Patti Smith, 53-year-old mother of two, is still ready for revolution

    Patti Smith helped save rock & roll once. She had to--she's said as much in interviews. Sound pretentious? Consider Smith and her era: a Chicago-via-Philly-via-Jersey-raised Jehovah's Witness, she escapes to New York City in the late '60s, drunk on ...

    by Rich Kane on April 13, 2000
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    Even George Argyros Cant Bum Me Out Now! - Etta James, Dr. John, King Sunny, Ray Charles, Red Meat and Chris Gaffney in one amazing week!

    I became an ETTA JAMES fan when I saw her at the now-defunct La Jolla Jazz Festival in 1979 (Art Pepper was also on the bill in one of his final performances, along with Charlie Musselwhite --wotta day that was!). In the genteel surroundings of this...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 13, 2000
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    Streetwalkin Beachwood TV!

    Beachwood Sparks/The Green and Yellow TV Que Sera Saturday, March 11 The famous peeps turned out for Beachwood Sparks! We're talking real rock stars with real talent, with members of the Killingtons, Shave, Smile, Peepshot, Bourbon Jones and L...

    by Rich Kane on April 6, 2000
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    Whats humming through the skulls of Orange County?

    JOE CRISTINA MANAGER OF COMPACT DISC WAREHOUSE, ORANGE; TROMBONIST/COMPOSER; LEADER OF JAZZ GROUP SIMPATICO; AMATEUR NAVAL HISTORIAN > Michael Brecker, Time Is of the Essence (Verve). "The title says it all. Deep, swinging grooves throughout...

    on April 6, 2000
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    New Music

    YO LA TENGO AND THEN NOTHING TURNED ITSELF INSIDE OUT MATADOR If there's one rule to remember in amnesia-prone pop, it's that boy bands and so-called divas will always sum up the complex emotion of love by rhyming "fire" with "desire." Hallmark...

    on April 6, 2000
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    Spew-O-Rific - Dance Hall Crashers get pissed

    Someone screwed the Dance Hall Crashers. Someone wronged them. Dicked them over. Or maybe the Berkeley band's singers, Elyse Rogers and Karina Denike, are just fed up with those assholes who repeatedly get away with rampant assholery. How else to ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 6, 2000
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    Jiveless Jazzbo - Forgive Joshua Redman for being popular

    In his 1997 tome on the depressing state of current jazz, Blue: The Murder of Jazz (Da Capo), critic Eric Nisenson uses now-31-year-old saxophonist Joshua Redman as a symbol of all that's wrong with the emerging generation of jazz musicians. Though ...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on April 6, 2000
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    Hell Booglarize You - John Lee Hookers spooky tone poetry

    If JOHN LEE HOOKER were an actor instead of a musician, he'd be Lee Marvin. Hooker has those same beady eyes that harbor untold malice, the same tightlipped smirk that declares he knows something awful you don't and finds it eminently amusing, that ...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on April 6, 2000
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    First-Stage Alert - The Clear aint smoggy

    It's a good time to be singer/songwriter Matthew Niblock. His band, the Clear, has just released its second CD, Living at the Movies, and as Niblock puts it, "labels are sniffing around." They recently played a sold-out show at the House of Blues in...

    by VICTOR D. INFANTE on April 6, 2000
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    Send in the Clowns - Stanton stalwarts raise a delicious stink

    The Pocket Clowns, Stanton's seminal skalypso-with-a-touch-of-emo-and-so-much-more band, are famous for draping their microphones with those "Sanitized for Your Protection" paper bands that go around motel toilets. Some think it's a contrived effort...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on April 6, 2000
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    Our Annual South by Southwest Report

    Austin, Texas, site of South by Southwest (SXSW), the annual music-industry slamdance. Five nights, 44 clubs, 900 bands, 100 percent sensory overload. This year's highlight reel: MARCH 15, 12:20 P.M. Conference registration. A look in the program ...

    by Rich Kane on March 30, 2000
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    New, Upbeat Antabuse Boy! - Warren Zevon figures his gloominess is really pretty positive

    The whole singer/songwriter deal is not among my favorite genres, as recent studies from the Seigal Institute for the Elimination of Insufferably Boring Music revealed that roughly 93.8 percent of the stuff tends to be self-important, whiny, affecte...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on March 30, 2000
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    The Opposite of Getting Real - Nashville Pussy keep it nuts

    In the early 1990s, responding to the artifice of arena rock, alternative bands dressed down, stripped down and looked down at their shoes--hence "shoegazers." But now the rock pendulum is swinging back toward overt entertainment, and more and more ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on March 30, 2000
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    Born-Again Charlatans - Tastes just like pop!

    If adversity builds character, the Charlatans UK have enough to fill a Tolstoy novel. Born of Britain's late-'80s Madchester movement that gave us bands like the Stone Roses and Primal Scream, the Charlatans were at first everyone's little brother, ...

    by JEREMY SCHERER on March 30, 2000
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    Math-Clup Pop Stars - Night of the Disappearing Nerf Herders

    Nerf Herder might be playing at Linda's Doll Hut--that's what Linda Jemison says, and the show has been advertised for weeks. But this is nerd rock, where abject quirkiness is de rigueur, and Nerf Herder are not about to be pinned down--not by somet...

    by ARRISSIA OWEN on March 30, 2000
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