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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick.

    The members of Blackfire, Friday, January 14, at the Bluebird Theater, are among a new breed of young Native American artists breaking from the more traditional musical styles associated with tribal culture to speak the universal language of visceral...

    on January 13, 2000
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick.

    All, with Wretch Like Me, Tanger, Someday I... and Bill the Welder, Saturday, January 15, at the Bluebird Theater, headlines this showcase for the Fort Collins-based Owned & Operated record label. All has transcended its heritage as a Descendants spi...

    on January 13, 2000
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    Sounds Like Fun! - A Night in Velvet

    A Night in Velvet, Thursday, January 20, at the Boulder Theater, promises an evening of glamour that should obliterate the notion that Boulder is the sole domain of earth muffins and hippie harmonists. A fabulous fashion show offered by House of Frog...

    on January 13, 2000
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    A Little Help From Friends - Making music helped Cindy Bullens face her daughter's death. Now she's helping others do the same.

    Cindy Bullens has earned a reputation as an artist whose concerts are a one-of-a-kind experience, but the rock-and-roller's upcoming performance as part of an E-Town taping will have its own unique significance. The Denver area has played an importan...

    by Danny Alexander on January 6, 2000
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    Q-Tip - Amplified (Arista)

    With A Tribe Called Quest on the shelf, Q-Tip is on his own, more or less, yet he brings with him some important equipment: a readily identifiable musical style (jazzy, keyboard-heavy rhythms, beats that are more about precision than posturing), a un...

    by Michael Roberts on January 6, 2000
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    John Linnell - State Songs (Zo Records)

    Brooklyn-bred John Linnell is one half of perennial chess club/nosebleed favorites They Might Be Giants -- the nasal-sounding, accordion-and-sax-playing half, that is. And with his ongoing "Fifty State Songs" project (which began with 1994's State ...

    by John La Briola on January 6, 2000
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    Toog - 6633 (Le Grand Magistery)

    For my money, the sounds of the 21st century were best created about twenty years ago -- from the blips and bleeps of video games and the cold, sterile emanations of analog synthesizers. Unapologetically artificial, they connoted a promising future...

    by Chris LaMorte on January 6, 2000
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    Two's Company - Together Productions gives the city's dance scene something to rave about.

    Ten years ago, most Denverites wouldn't have known a rave from a Broncos tailgate party. Yet over the course of the past decade, the city's rave scene has slowly morphed into one of the more vibrant -- and respected -- in the country. The average...

    by Timothy Pittz on January 6, 2000
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    Raves for the Raven - The local punk club spreads its wings, and a local Hooligan says goodbye.

    Mike Jerk, of Denver's Soda Jerk Records, and Jason Cotter, singer for local punk outfit the Family Men (who perform this Friday night at the 15th Street Tavern), are the two-man force behind the fantastically understated punk-rock mecca that is The ...

    by Laura Bond on January 6, 2000
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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick.

    The Teenage Frames, with Hemi Cuda, Saturday, January 8, at the 15th Street Tavern, capture the snarled-lip attitude and punk posture of the Clash, New York Dolls and Ramones -- not to mention their guitar licks. With the help of Steve Albini and M...

    on January 6, 2000
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick.

    The Dave Watts Motet, with Jive and Los Guarancheros, Saturday, January 8, at the Boulder Theater, celebrates the release of its new CD, Breathe, as well as the joys of life in a band that jams more than Smuckers. Led by the impressive drumming of Bo...

    on January 6, 2000
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    52 Weeks of Fun - This week's club pick.

    Elvis's Retirement Bash and 65th Birthday Party, Saturday, January 8, at Dick's Last Resort, celebrates what would have been the King's official entry into his golden years and Social Security eligibility with an evening of food, music and enough pe...

    on January 6, 2000
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    Judgment Day - Backbeat contributors offer up their favorite recordings of 1999.

    1999 may not have produced the one great record that will forever define the last year of the century, but it did manage to offer a substantial slew of good-to-great ones in every genre. And with all of the major-label conglomerations and roster-slim...

    on December 30, 1999
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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick.

    Gwarmageddon is upon us, and since the battlefield of Armaged'don (Revelation 16:16) comes ready-prophesized as "overwrought with a rabid gathering of Neil Diamond fans," the Ogden Theatre beckons a much safer place to be this New Year's Eve. Oderus ...

    on December 30, 1999
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick.

    Boss 302, with the Down-N-Outs, Friday, December 31, at the 15th Street Tavern, reunite for the first time since the scrappy quintet officially left the garage for good in March. It's not a complete reunion, however: Mike Jourgensen of Abdomen and Wi...

    on December 30, 1999
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    And the Emmy Goes to... - Many important musicians won't be on stage in Boulder with Emmylou Harris -- but they'll be with her.

    Back on her first album, 1975's Pieces of the Sky, Emmylou Harris recorded a song called "Boulder to Birmingham." Until that album, Harris had been known mainly as the harmony singer for Gram Parsons, the hippie country artist credited with inventing...

    by C.J. Janovy on December 23, 1999
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    Citizen X - These days, former Nation of Islam spokesman Jamal Muhammad is focusing on the hip-hop nation.

    Jamal Muhammad has a good falsetto. It's not quite on the level of Earth, Wind and Fire frontman Philip Bailey, but it's solid, and this is really unexpected. Because the last time Jamal Muhammad opened his mouth, there was nothing sweet in his voice...

    by T.R. Witcher on December 23, 1999
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    Ice-T - The Seventh Deadly Sin (Coroner Records/Atomic Pop)

    You'll learn more about the seven deadly sins watching Gilligan's Island than listening to Ice-T's latest sloth-ass mess. Consider this: Each episode of G's follies features a gluttonous Skipper who gobbles everything in sight, a short-fused Thurston...

    by John La Briola on December 23, 1999
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    Low - Christmas (Kranky)

    Our recent holiday CD roundup ("Time of the Season," December 9) was intended to be as complete as possible, but a handful of Yuletide discs undercut this goal by arriving after deadline. Among them were Kenny G's Faith: A Holiday Album, which I wasn...

    by Michael Roberts on December 23, 1999
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    Daniel Barenboim and Guests - Tribute to Ellington (Teldec)

    The Buenos Aires-born pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim has assembled a formidable array of talent for this elaborate bow to the art of Duke Ellington. Arranger Cliff Colnot has deftly adapted classic Ellington/Strayhorn big-band arrangements fo...

    by Bill Gallo on December 23, 1999
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