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    Music

    Radio Can't Even Play My Jam Eminem is a man of many guises, but is he ready to be the new Mapplethorpe? On June 1, the FCC fined Colorado radio station KKMG $7000 for playing the "clean" version of Em's "The Real Slim Shady," the same one played t...

    on June 12, 2001
  • Article

    Found and Lost - Terence Blanchard Revisits Jimmy McHugh

    Terence Blanchard's reach and tone have broadened just about equally in the 15 years since he graduated from Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. He has tested his skills as trumpeter, composer, and bandleader in a variety of overlapping projects: the quint...

    by Gary Giddins on June 5, 2001
  • The Winner Takes It All

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    The Winner Takes It All

    Obviously, any discussion of the A*Teens is going to have to deal with the issue of ABBA. Let's do it quickly here by cutting in on an inner dialogue between "Mike1" (who loved the Rolling Stones in 1965 until they ditched the gray sweatshirts) and "...

    by Metal Mike Saunders on June 5, 2001
  • Three-Legged Dogs

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    Three-Legged Dogs

    Michael Stipe might actually have written "Wolves, Lower" about hiring entertainment lawyers. But in 1982, when that song appeared, R.E.M. fans would never have guessed that Stipe's concerns could be so practical. Voracious for meaning, future semiot...

    by James Hannaham on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    East Village Buddha - Elodie Lauten Frames Allen Ginsberg in Satie-esque Calm

    In 1973, a 22-year-old punk rocker named Elodie Lauten saw an ad in The Village Voice seeking musicians for a women's rock band. She went to the audition and, in her words, "banged out a couple of songs on the out-of-tune upright, along with some of ...

    by Kyle Gann on June 5, 2001
  • Satchmo at 100

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    Satchmo at 100

    Louis Armstrong 19011971 by Gary Giddins The Once and Future King by Gary Giddins Satchmo and the Critics by Dan Morgenstern Armstrong Akwaba (Welcome)! by Eugene Holley, Jr. A Development in Depth by David Yaffe The Old Songster by...

    on June 5, 2001
  • Encore From a Utopia - Lucinda Williamsís Essence Comes Quick and Goes Slow

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    Encore From a Utopia - Lucinda Williamss Essence Comes Quick and Goes Slow

    A year ago, Lucinda Williams was the subject of a grueling, penetrating, National Magazine Award-nominated New Yorker profile by Louisiana-born Granta founder Bill Buford. This isn't merely the best thing ever written about an artist journalists have...

    by Robert Christgau on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    A Development in Depth

    When Ken Burns's "Jazz" was aired a few months ago, there were complaints that the documentary spent too much time on Louis Armstrong's later years. The gripes revealed a bias toward one kind of musical development at the expense of another. The thri...

    by David Yaffe on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    Satchmo and the Critics

    Now that Louis Armstrong has achieved the iconic stature he deserves, it seems passing strange to recall the days when Satchmo was not just fair game for the critics, but when his relationship with them resembled the fox and the hounds. The attitud...

    by Dan Morgenstern on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    The Old Songster

    Sammy Cahn liked to tell a story about a night in the late 1930s when he and Louis Armstrong went club-hopping up and down 52nd Street. In every joint the entertainment was exactly the same: one exuberant trumpet star after another, each mopping his ...

    by Will Friedwald on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    The Once and Future King

    Amid the crush of CD releases timed to accompany Louis Armstrong's centennial celebration, a two-year event that acknowledges his avowed birthdate in 1900 as well as his true one in 1901, a remarkable oddity has glided in under the radar of many fans...

    by Gary Giddins on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    Armstrong Akwaba (Welcome)!

    Growing up in the '70s, I hated what seemed to me Louis Armstrong's antebellum Uncle Tom antics. My opinion of Armstrong changed when I saw the brilliant 1956 documentary Satchmo the Great, featuring Edward R. Murrow, at Howard University in the earl...

    by Eugene Holley, Jr. on June 5, 2001
  • Article

    Satchmo, The Philosopher

    In 1958, Miles Davis said of Louis Armstrong, "You can't play nothing on trumpet that doesn't come from him, not even modern shit." (Quincy Troupe has him saying it again in the 1989 autobiography.) What Miles said was not literally true. People rout...

    by Matt Glaser on June 5, 2001
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    Louis Armstrong 19011971

    Louis Armstrong was born 100 years ago, on August 4, 1901, in a squat, wooden, ramshackle building in a destitute and violent area of New Orleans known as "the Battlefield." His influence on the music of his century proved to be so sweeping that we a...

    by Gary Giddins on June 5, 2001
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    Listings

    2001 JVC JAZZ FESTIVAL Sunday, June 17 Buster Williams Quartet, Something More with Steve Wilson, Eric Reed, and Lenny White. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 3 p.m. Tuesday, June 19 Downbeat magazine presents school bands from...

    on June 5, 2001
  • Music

    Article

    Music

    Eyeshadow and Concealer A talent as genteel as a gift for melody doesn't seem like something alt-punk songwriters ought to value. So you might not notice how Placebo's lead androgyne Brian Molko covers up his tin ear by blasting audiences with fee...

    on June 5, 2001
  • Fear of Music

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    Fear of Music

    Evol was four punks' instruments screaming bloody redrum. Goodbye 20th Century was said punks, 13 years older, covering John Cage and other wind chime mimes. Did the fountain of Sonic Youth abandon noise tantrums or fully embrace them? (Does Trick Da...

    by Nick Catucci on May 29, 2001
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    Best of the Rest

    Many of these subpantheon best-ofs have awaited judgment for years. My guarantee: All make sense as individual records. Where some artists (Joe Cocker, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick) fall off so sharply that an even chronological spread does them dirt, t...

    by Robert Christgau on May 29, 2001
  • Music

    Article

    Music

    Who's Your Daddy? "Pimp of the century," one admirer whistled as Ike Turner made a star's entrance at Village Underground on May 22. His eight-piece band was already playing a blues shuffle, splendidly attired: matching 10-button ivory tunics and ...

    on May 29, 2001
  • Cocaine Yes, Cobain No

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    Cocaine Yes, Cobain No

    Before he killed himself, Kurt Cobain killed the rock star. With "Smells Like Teen Spirit," Cobain ushered in a wave of frontmen who wore sweaters, were friends with gay men, and did honorable things like play the Tibetan Freedom Concert. Out with th...

    by Tricia Romano on May 29, 2001
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