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    Music

    Pearl Jam The word supergroup usually inspires suspicionthe whole is seldom equivalent to the sum of its parts. And the term comes up a lot in descriptions of Lucy Pearl, which comprises Toni Tony Tone's Raphael Saadiq, En Vogue's Dawn Robinson, a...

    on May 30, 2000
  • Freed Jazz - The Philosopher King Brings Himself to It

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    Freed Jazz - The Philosopher King Brings Himself to It

    On a recent Thursday morning, I visited the recording studio and rehearsal space Ornette Coleman has created in a building at 125th Street and Park. Fifteen mostly young musicians were coming to grips with Coleman's "La Statue," subtitled "The Countr...

    by Gary Giddins on May 30, 2000
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    Woody Guthrie's Second Life - Folksinger, Wordslinger, Start Me a Song

    It's a credit to the mythmakers of the Woody Guthrie revival that they've never claimed their hero was the proletarian everyman he sold himself as. Not that they had much choiceby the time Guthrie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in ...

    by Robert Christgau on May 30, 2000
  • Savant-Garde Garbagetronica - Detroit and Chicago Reinvent Techno Out of Trash

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    Savant-Garde Garbagetronica - Detroit and Chicago Reinvent Techno Out of Trash

    MAGAS, an arhythmic one-man MC-505 Roland ringleader from Chicago, barks out dance commands like a sergeant, accidentally conjuring brilliant beats. At live performances the crowd treats him like a holy curse; his dark, bass-infested groove is a guil...

    by Liz Armstrong on May 23, 2000
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    Music

    I'd worry that all the divas honored with A's below are over 50 while several of their little sisters show up in Duds. Only (a) I've been dissing two of the former for decades and (b) some other little sisters are doing just fine without reference to...

    by Robert Christgau on May 23, 2000
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    New Hope for the Stupid

    Two boys residing in New Hope, Pennsylvania, named Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo meet in an eighth grade typing class in 1984. They huff Scotchgard. They make lots (some say thousands) of four-track recordings. They worship the demon-god Boogni...

    by Carla Spartos on May 23, 2000
  • Rock Steady

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    Rock Steady

    The badder the bassline, the funnier the face. This is the rule my friend Brian and I apply to drum'n'bass, punctuating our long, late-night listening sessions with screwed-up noses while doing the Fatboy Slim, point-to-the-record, isn't-this-the-shi...

    by Tricia Romano on May 23, 2000
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    Music

    Hit Parade Bassist and ecstatic-jazz community organizer William Parker told his Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra to wear red for the NewOrleans-style parade that inaugurated the 5th Annual Vision Festival, which runs through the 29th. Parker l...

    on May 23, 2000
  • Think About Pavement

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    Think About Pavement

    I recently made a mix tape titled Corniness in Punk Rock, an effort not unlike setting a coin spinning on its edge so you can make heads and tails of it. On the dark side of the swoon, moans and minor keys lurked; whirling sunny side up, tart pop pas...

    by Nick Catucci on May 16, 2000
  • Punk Is Not Sexual

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    Punk Is Not Sexual

    Mmmmm, you look smokin' laying there on top of your Scooby-Doo! comforter. I saunter up to your bed, reach down into my Bermuda shorts, and whip out Primal Scream's latest, Xtrmntr. "Sweet tits, let me tell you a lil' about this here thing," I say in...

    by Lorne Behrman on May 16, 2000
  • Crying Gamez

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    Crying Gamez

    I like Demerol. It makes me depressed. Actually, I'm almost always depressed. I like Demerol, and Seconal and morphine, because for a few hours I know the source of the sadness; little special effect, comes and goes. It seems poignant and identifi...

    by Jane Dark on May 16, 2000
  • Mental Machine Music

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    Mental Machine Music

    Whenever I listen to electronic classical music, or the avant of any garde for that matter, I always employ my own patented form of "deep listening," which combines the I Ching, game theory, 600 milligrams of yohimb extract, and 40 well-positioned w...

    by Scott Seward on May 16, 2000
  • Music

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    Music

    Meat Beat Manifestos Experimental musicians tend to take themselves pretty seriouslywhich limited the pool of acts promoter Steven Cohen had to choose from in assembling Greenpoint's three-day Beer and Sausage Festival. But after whittling down a ...

    on May 16, 2000
  • The Right Two Notes

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    The Right Two Notes

    For those who've followed it for years, Bernadette Speach's music sounds like it's in transition. She used to write thickly textured, jazz-tinged, postminimal works in which pitch and texture seemed equally important. Now it's almost as though she's ...

    by Kyle Gann on May 9, 2000
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    Hard Rain on the Scarecrow

    "Daddy Won't Sell the Farm," by rawhide traditionalists Montgomery Gentryone of whom is the brother of c&w softie John Michael Montgomeryis rilly a lovely vision of how Papa bought this farm back in 1968 and won't sell to the big concerns, so he st...

    by Jane Dark on May 9, 2000
  • Hit Me Big Beat One More Time

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    Hit Me Big Beat One More Time

    Since 1996, when he horrified the international dance music elite with his frisky Better Living Through Chemistry debut, billed with scant regard to technological elegance as Fatboy Slim, 37-year-old English DJ Norman Cook has become nationally popul...

    by James Hunter on May 9, 2000
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    Turning Japanese

    Jim Jarmusch's movie Ghost Dog ought to have felt like a preposterous mixture: goofy mafiosi and fish-out-of-water gags, existential loneliness and fatalistic attachment. In fact, though, it hits a mood and is mostly able to hold it. A lot of this ha...

    by Frank Kogan on May 9, 2000
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    Stumbling Toward Failure

    While the stoner-metal movement has certainly driven the meat wagon over the cliff in its swarming Cheech & Chong-ism and Sabbath clichs ankylosed as orthodoxy, as a genre it's still easy to enjoy solely on the basis of clumsy sincerity and a cheerf...

    by George Smith on May 9, 2000
  • Bob Dorough Endures - Pluck Your Magic Twanger, Froggy

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    Bob Dorough Endures - Pluck Your Magic Twanger, Froggy

    I was having a high old time listening to Bob Dorough's new record, Too Much Coffee Man (Blue Note), which may be his best, when my assistant Elora walked in and exclaimed with a slight interrogatory, "Schoolhouse Rock!?" She had never heard of Dorou...

    by Gary Giddins on May 9, 2000
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    The Olympics of Cheese - A Continent's Best Bad Music Battles It Out at Eurovision

    On May 13, 24 countries will send dignitaries to Stockholm, as the Globe Arena hosts a landmark in European history. Tickets sold out in mere hours, and the organizers have threatened to hold a "sparkling and colourful event." With emissaries named B...

    by Elisabeth Vincentelli on May 9, 2000
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