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    California Dreaming - Fu Manchus dude-rock ethos

    Like the sticky creeper weed they supposedly partake of, Fu Manchu's new album, King of the Road, is wreathed in lazy, sun-baked grooves that sneak up from behind and wallop you on the back of the head. Guitarist/singer Scott Hill, a golden-maned Sa...

    by ANDREW LENTZ on February 3, 2000
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    Lit Up! - Lit, Zebrahead and Burnin Groove help 369 out the door

    Photo by Jeanne RiceLit's A.Jay Popoff is 100 percent pure, unapologetic rock star, shimmying up the microphone stand, climbing on monitors, crouching, pointing, shaking a tambourine, mirroring older brother Jeremy's guitar work on his air guitar, r...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on February 3, 2000
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    The Road Warriors! - Four rooms, six bands, five hours, 85 miles, zero speeding tickets

    Crash Cart/Sparklejets UK Chain Reaction Saturday, Jan. 15 7:45-9 p.m. First stop: Chain Reaction, for the supremo power-pop of the fab four who make up Orange's Sparklejets UK. Though they rarely seem to play around here and their set was muc...

    by Rich Kane on January 27, 2000
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    More bass on Ms. Pacman - Tommy Tallarico, video-game-music composer

    Photo by Jeanne RiceMy top five newest (and somewhat obscure) albums: > Delerium, Karma. "This is the U.S. answer to Enigma. My highest recommendation! Combines trance-type beats and rhythms with extremely melodic and intricately dreamy chord prog...

    by TOMMY TALLARICO on January 27, 2000
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    The Peoples Republic of Barclay! - For one night only, when Arlo Guthrie presides

    Arlo Guthrie's act wasderivative long before he ever stepped onstage. That's neither an insult nor a tribute--when you're the son of Woody Guthrie, the Mystical Folk-Singing Everyman, it's a matter of simple biology. "With me and my family and mus...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on January 27, 2000
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    State of the Third-Wave Nation - The Ska Parade at 10

    Photo by Jeanne RiceThe waitress has finally brought out lunch, but for the next three hours, Tazy Phyllipz and his half brother Albino Brown (we'll spare you their not-as-colorful real names) will barely touch their food. Not that they're not hungr...

    by Rich Kane on January 27, 2000
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    This Means War! - In search of some really good acid jazz

    I've never understood the term "acid jazz," as the music it's supposed to describe has nothing whatsoever to do with either acid or jazz. It seems instead to refer to a brand of marginally improvised funk-lite (gag! puke!) inspired by the featherwei...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 27, 2000
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    Take Away the Pain - Jaded/Gorgeous/Poprox/Buzzbox Galaxy Concert Theatre Saturday, Jan. 8

    Seems like we hardly ever get to the Galaxy for purely business reasons. The room is arguably OC's sweetest concert hall, but their tendency to host primarily big-boffo nationally known names leaves the Locals Department SOL. With increased competit...

    by Rich Kane on January 20, 2000
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    Aaron ChristopherBooker, Chain Reaction

    Photo by Jeanne RiceThis will seem more enjoyable if you read it while listening to the Speed Racer theme: > John Easdale, Bright Side on Eggbert Records ("Out of Brea, no less!"). "This CD never leaves my changer--except to move from the car to t...

    on January 20, 2000
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    CD Reviews - Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Larry Horne & Small Change

    Los Fabulosos Cadillacs La Marcha del Golazo Solitario BMG/U.S. Latin Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Argentina's wacky answer to Fishbone, have come a long way since their last disc. 1997's Fabulosos Calavera earned them a Grammy nomination, but to t...

    on January 20, 2000
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    They Coulda Been Contenders - It mightve been great for the Goods

    Photo by Jeanne RiceThis could be any band showing up for afternoon practice at a warehouse-turned-studio off one of Costa Mesa's seedier alleys. It could be any band getting out of their cars and squinting through the sunlight and stumbling toward ...

    by ALISON M. ROSEN on January 20, 2000
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    Jews Control the Roots Music World - And thank God for that!

    ountry singer/songwriter BOBBY BARE, who plays the new Crazy Horse on Friday, has been unfairly slammed as a pop-music heretic. Some misguided fans of hardcore honky-tonk and hillbilly would have you believe that Bare is a balsa-wood Trojan horse sp...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 20, 2000
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    Crap-Rock Cremators - The Teenage Frames rescue real music

    What happened to realrock & roll? Bratty-but-still-smart, straight-outta-the-garage sounds of snarling sonic splendiferousness? Nasty, screaming guitars jacked up to there?Swaggering singers who ooze 'tude without falling into self-parody? Short, cr...

    by Rich Kane on January 20, 2000
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    Dull Punk, Disco Balls, Dead Bodies

    Gangland Cronies/Eight Count/The Centerfolds/ Off the Record Chain Reaction Wed., Dec. 29 Stay away from Chain Reaction for a month, and what happens? We miss all the excitement, like the moment during the Angry Samoans show a few weeks ago when...

    by Rich Kane on January 13, 2000
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    Bunny Moseley of the Moseleys

    Photo by Jeanne RiceFAVORITE LOCAL BANDS: "Tex Twill (Barry Diamond is so flexible!); Bikeride (Tony Carbone writes songs about summer and having fun with friends we know); the Aquabats (they always ask us to play cool places like the Hollywood Pala...

    on January 13, 2000
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    Wendie Colter and Joey DeFrancesco

    Wendie Colter Payday Groove House Records LA's Box the Walls were always really singer/ songwriter Wendie Colter's project, so it's no surprise that Payday, their 1998 indie release, has just been reissued under Colter's moniker. But no matter w...

    on January 13, 2000
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    Hippie week! - Love! Peace! Naivete!

    As I subscribe to the notion that hippies are no more or less inherently ridiculous than punks, Goths, rockabillys, swingers or any other music-based pop subculture, I welcome the furry, tie-dyed, ganja-addled horde to South County with open arms an...

    by BUDDY SEIGAL on January 13, 2000
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    Blow by Blow - The versatile virtues of Ernie Watts

    What do Cannonball Adderley, Rickie Lee Jones, Three Dog Night, Thelonious Monk, Nancy Wilson, Andre Crouch, the Commodores, Frank Zappa, Steely Dan, Paul McCartney, Charlie Haden, Quincy Jones, Doc Severinsen, the Rolling Stones, Johnny Mathis and ...

    by BILL KOHLHAASE on January 13, 2000
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    Be Kind, Rewind - The great gigs of 99

    Ruby Diver/Mention at the Lava Lounge, in the wee small hours of Jan. 1; Twelvehourmary/Mickey's Big Mouth/Shave at the Juke Joint, Jan. 8; the Goods at Club Mesa, Jan. 14, the first great reunion gig of the year--Fastball's Tony Scalzo comes home; ...

    by Rich Kane on December 30, 1999
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    Michael Rosas - Member of Costa Mesas Smile (www.smilemusic.com)

    Photo by Jeanne Rice> The Egyptian Lover, On the Nile. "His camels will bring you home, if that's what's on your mind. But he's sure that if you see his pad, you'll want to stay and have a funky time. I think I was 10 when I bought this album. I was...

    on December 30, 1999
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