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    Still-Warm Leatherette The original members of dance music's most devoted fraternity were out in force on July 28 at Vinyl to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Paradise Garage, a dead disco (closed in 1987) now more mythic than even Studio 5...

    on August 7, 2001
  • Primary Colors


    Primary Colors

    My best friend, Lindsey, was obsessed with "Jolene" as a child and used to sneak drawing pictures of Jolene in class with a fellow nine-year-old. They were fascinated by what Jolene could possibly have looked like if she could take the indubitably fo...

    by Hillary Chute on July 31, 2001
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    Detroit What?

    Growing up outside of Detroit in the '80s, we suburban post-punk rap-o-philes wondered how a city that was 80 percent black and hella-urban with its crack epidemic and larger-than-life dealers (the Chambers Brothers, White Boy Rick) and gangs (Errol ...

    by Hobey Echlin on July 31, 2001
  • Go Tell It on the Mountain - David Ware’s Quartet Demands Overstatement


    Go Tell It on the Mountain - David Wares Quartet Demands Overstatement

    Let's be bold: The David S. Ware Quartet is the best small band in jazz today. I realize that I will almost certainly hear another quartet, or trio or quintet or octet, this week or next, that will make me want to backpedal. But every time I see Ware...

    by Gary Giddins on July 31, 2001
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    Another Fine Edition of You Beaming down at the Theater at Madison Square Garden last week, next door to the venue they first played opening for Jethro Tull in 1972, the reunited Roxy Music began with the cardiac resuscitation of "Re-make/Re-mode...

    on July 31, 2001
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    Rock 'n' Rai

    The best new "rock" record of the year so far is by a punk band turned pop band (if they were ever anything else, the cads). Runner-up belongs to a rai singer. The prognosis for the big beatas opposed to all Jay E's little beats, sayremains guarded...

    by Robert Christgau on July 31, 2001
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    Senior Superheroes

    Throughout the 1980s, African pop stylessome generations old, some invented last seasoncame in a stampede. Everything from mbaqanga to mbalax, juju to zoukous to bikouts, rushed through Western ears. Supposedly, this was the international payoff fo...

    by Milo Miles on July 24, 2001
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    No Gimcracks - Tounkara Takes It to the Stage

    The Super Rail Band's bassist broke a string one song in, and everything stopped. After a minute he strolled offstage with the two vocalists, the rhythm guitarist, and the djembe drummer, leaving Djelimady Tounkara up there with the trap and conga pl...

    by Robert Christgau on July 24, 2001
  • Perpetual Brownout


    Perpetual Brownout

    Imagine for a moment that you're Neil Young. Now get a haircut and change your shirt. Oh, sorrywhat I meant to say was, wouldn't it drive you mad to contemplate fading into grunge godfather status after cooking up that rust-or-burn clich yourself? ...

    by Nick Catucci on July 24, 2001
  • Music Afraid to Be Heard - Lincoln Center Offers an Elegant Enigma


    Music Afraid to Be Heard - Lincoln Center Offers an Elegant Enigma

    Of all the composers in Europe, few would have been more interesting for the Lincoln Center Festival to bring in than Salvatore Sciarrino. He was certainly a relief from the aging Boulez-Stockhausen-Kagel crowd, who even today still dominate that con...

    by Kyle Gann on July 24, 2001
  • After the Last Call


    After the Last Call

    If you're a congenitally morose urban troubadour who spends his afternoons in dank cafs rereading The Diary of a Seducer and your nights swimming in absinthe turning nothing inside out and your mornings hanging on to your bedsheets to keep from fall...

    by Jessica Winter on July 24, 2001
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    Fluff Daddy "I met this girl on Monday/Took her for a drink on Tuesday/We were making love by Wednesday," croons the saucy U.K. soulman Craig David on his hit "7 Days." But his seduction of the audience at Irving Plaza wasn't nearly so swift or su...

    on July 24, 2001
  • Brand New Men - Hillbilly Hunks Cope With Changing Gender Roles


    Brand New Men - Hillbilly Hunks Cope With Changing Gender Roles

    Judging by the album charts, the most popular men in country music this past winter were EMF, INXS, and Don Henley. Oh, and can't forget the Outhere Boys, them of "Boom Boom Boom" fame (y'know"Girl, your booty is so round/Let me lick you up and down...

    by Keith Harris on July 17, 2001
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    Ah Know How To Undress Me - Sensitive Maleness in CMT's Countdown

    Montgomery Gentry! Eddie "Peanut M &" M and Troy the G (uitarist, mainly) often seem like they're dreaming on bar stools, yet somehow took CMA Award for Duo of the Year 2000 away from eight-time winners Brooks & Dunn (not a lot of competition, I'd sa...

    by Don Allred on July 17, 2001
  • D-Dang-A-Dang Me


    D-Dang-A-Dang Me

    Like on a lot of recent country albums, the sound choices are rich enough on Nobody's Got It All, the new John Anderson LP: soul horns on the first track, which he sings with the blues feel of a gospel- or soul-based blues singer like Bobby Blue Blan...

    by Frank Kogan on July 17, 2001
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    Hybrid Vigor A sense of puzzlement hung over the SummerStage crowd during Bongo Maffin's set on Saturday afternoon. The day began with DJ sets by Ron Trent and Martin Morales, whose Afro-Brazilian grooves fell roughly between Bongo Maffin's club-f...

    on July 17, 2001
  • What's My Age Again?


    What's My Age Again?

    Love my people. Love them madly. Well, sort of. From a distance. Teenagers, I meanaggressively whiny ones, especially when they temper their ill will with a devout belief in the redemptive powers of pretty guitars. I feel a pang of recognition when ...

    by Phil Dellio on July 10, 2001
  • Do The Strokes - England Discovers New York Again


    Do The Strokes - England Discovers New York Again

    There is a tragic halfway point between All Saints and Radiohead, and most of Britain's current guitar bands keep at least one toe on such squishy, lukewarm ground: Travis, Gomez, Stereophonics, Coldplay. And as we well know, being average is a far g...

    by Christina Rees on July 10, 2001
  • Minnie the Moocher's Revenge - Sing Along With the JVC All-Stars


    Minnie the Moocher's Revenge - Sing Along With the JVC All-Stars

    Say this of JVC: The plot changes annually. It may look the same on paper, may list toward the same artists, suffer the same limitations, capitulate to the same distractions, but George Wein's flagship festival manages to take different turns each su...

    by Gary Giddins on July 10, 2001
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    Paint Your Wagon When Les Ttes Brules took on SummerStage for Africa Fte on Sunday, it felt less like a muggy afternoon in the city than a beach party. Members of the five-man, one-woman band from Cameroon outfitted themselves in cutoffs with b...

    on July 10, 2001
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