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    The Rockfords - The Rockfords (Sony/Epic)

    Step off, Eddie Vedder. And Stone Gossard -- you might as well be Stone Phillips this go-around. Mike McCready, lead guitarist for Seattle's Pearl Jam, has assembled some childhood pals to eke out a dozen James Garner-influenced songs about angel...

    by John La Briola on February 17, 2000
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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick: Bad Brains

    Bad Brains, Tuesday, February 22, at the Bluebird Theater, with Fitz of Depression and Gina Go Faster, are back with all of the band's original players after a four-year spiritual retreat. Whatever cosmic realms the bandmembers may have trespassed du...

    on February 17, 2000
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick: Artopia

    The fifth annual Artopia, Saturday, February 19, at the Temple Events Center, promises an evening of tribalism, trance music and extraterrestrial art under tents. This year's fete is hosted by Westword, and the rulers of Artopia seem as intent on sum...

    on February 17, 2000
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    Sounds Like Fun! - 7th Evergreen Ragtime Bash

    Looking to get a dose of Scott Joplin in your head? Have you got visions of gambling halls, the origins of jazz and boater hats floating in your veins? Then get a load of the 7th Evergreen Ragtime Bash, Saturday and Sunday, February 19 and 20, at the...

    on February 17, 2000
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    Draco - Enter the Draco (Slabco)

    One of the joys of truly independent discs is the lack of baggage they carry. Or, to put it another way, you can't come to an album with preconceptions if you don't know anything about it. Take Enter the Draco, by the duo of Mima and Naoki Morimoto...

    by Michael Roberts on February 10, 2000
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    Raekwon - Immobilarity (Loud)

    With each subsequent release of the various Wu solo projects, the individual members (perhaps with the exception of Method Man), have all seen diminishing returns in the fickle rap marketplace. Which raises the question: Does the public still crave p...

    by James Mayo on February 10, 2000
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    The Whole Storey - Longtime Denver favorite Nina Storey keeps her budding success in perspective.

    Over the telephone, local blues light Nina Storey has a teeny-tiny voice. It's the soft-spoken, polite kind of voice one might expect of a florist, or a librarian, or a person who spends large amounts of time soothing animals or small children. So wh...

    by Laura Bond on February 10, 2000
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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick: Luscious Jackson

    Luscious Jackson, Monday, February 14, at the Fillmore Auditorium, with Smash Mouth and 22 Jacks, takes its smooth swagger on the road in support of Electric Honey, the band's first album since the departure of keyboardist Vivian Trimble. Now a trio ...

    on February 10, 2000
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick: Acoustic Junction

    Acoustic Junction, Thursday, February 17, at the Gothic Theatre, with the Yonder Mountain String Band and Fox Trot Zulu, returns after a hiatus from live performances. But the popular Boulder-based band hasn't spent its time away from area stages gin...

    on February 10, 2000
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    Sounds Like Fun! - '80s Retro Dance Party at the Boulder Theater

    Material World, Saturday, February 12, at the Boulder Theater, pays homage to the decade of Dallas, jellies and Reagonomics as part of an '80s Retro Dance Party. The good people at the Boulder will convert the palatial music and film venue into a nig...

    on February 10, 2000
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    Working Man's Blues - Tommy Thomas is paying the cost to be the boss.

    Tommy "Working Man" Thomas is in a jam. Sure, he's got a new CD, Working Man, out in stores, and he's slowly selling copies of the bluesy six-song disc. He's also getting a dash of airplay on the local airwaves. But musically speaking, Thomas's handl...

    by Marty Jones on February 10, 2000
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    20 Miles to Go - A member of Jon Spencer's Blues Explosion maps his own road.

    Talk to a purveyor of the blues long enough and you'll eventually hear about how (irony of ironies) the fans in Europe have so much more respect for the form than do their counterparts in the U.S. of A., where the genre was born. But according to gui...

    by Michael Roberts on February 10, 2000
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    Chuck Prophet - The Hurting Business (Hightone)

    Chuck Prophet's earlier solo work was likable enough: twangy, stripped-down roots rock that, released nowadays, would immediately get him pegged as yet one more exponent of alternative country, singer-songwriter division.(Think Tom Petty without the ...

    by David Cantwell on February 10, 2000
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    Bob Log III - Trike (Fat Possum)

    A former member of the Delta deconstructionist duo Doo Rag, Log has chosen a literal interpretation of the term "stripped-down blues" on his second solo release: He credits Trike's rhythm section to two "professional women," by which he does not mean...

    by Joshua Green on February 10, 2000
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    Cleared for Takeover - Backwash gets caught up in merger mania!

    In the interest of full disclosure, I must take this opportunity to let readers know that Backwash is in the midst of negotiating a merger with America Online, Time Warner and EMI, so that, like the entire catalogues from Frank Sinatra, the Beatles a...

    by Laura Bond on February 3, 2000
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    Critic's Choice - This week's concert pick: New Orleans Klezmer Allstars.

    The klezmer clarinet has recently seen more action than Hugh Hefner, as a revived interest in Jewish traditional music has caused little pockets of klezmer mania to pop up in the most unlikely of places. Take, for instance, the case of the New Orlean...

    on February 3, 2000
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    Hit Pick - This week's local music pick: Saul Rosenthal

    Guitarist Saul Rosenthal leads "An Evening of Jewish Music," Saturday, February 5, at Swallow Hill Music Hall, an event that will also feature Los Lantzmum, a seven-piece worldbeat group led by Denver's Hal Aqua. Los Lantzmum explores Eastern Europea...

    on February 3, 2000
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    Sounds Like Fun! - Thursday nights at Lucky Star

    Full House, Thursday nights at Luckystar, is a little taste of Vegas for those who don't fancy a bus ride to casino country but get a thrill from watching the dealer's cards turn. Blackjack tables run by professional cardsmiths decked in tuxedo ties ...

    on February 3, 2000
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    Methods of Mayhem - Methods of Mayhem (MCA)

    1999 was a good year for the white suburban thuglet: Kid Rock catapulted to stardom as an ace bulldog in a bullshitter's paradise; the proud, fiery crime spree of Rapestock '99 boasted no fewer than eight reported sexual assaults -- two in the mosh...

    by John La Briola on February 3, 2000
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    Stephen Scott - New Music for Bowed Piano (New Albion)

    In the eyes of the modern classical press, Stephen Scott can't compare with Philip Glass and Steve Reich; an ocean's worth of ink has been spilled over the opuses of the latter pair, while Scott's work has spelled doom for just a puddle or two. The r...

    by Michael Roberts on February 3, 2000
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