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    Feedback

    KTCL-FM/93.3, which makes a couple of appearances in this week's article about Denver radio (see page 73), has spent much of the Nineties as the butt of criticism. Back in the day, the outlet took chances with its music, introducing area listeners to...

    by Michael Roberts on February 26, 1998
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    Dangerous Waves - Thirty minutes in the life of Denver radio.

    How bad is Denver radio? For an answer, look no further than my middle finger--the one I use to button-push during my drive to and from work. Earlier this decade, I was able to leave the needle set on one frequency for minutes at a time, but over the...

    by Michael Roberts on February 26, 1998
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    In the Name of the Father - T.S. Monk is making music that's all in the family.

    When the subject of Thelonius Monk is raised, most people think about the late pianists' groundbreaking compositions and his singular approach to playing, which was marked by rhythmic innovation, subtly virtuosic technique and stirring emotionalism. ...

    by Linda Gruno on February 26, 1998
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    Everything Old Is New Again - The Old 97's aren't country rockers. They're country punks.

    "I was reading an article about 16 Horsepower," says Rhett Miller, the leader of the Old 97's, from Dallas, Texas, "and one of the guys in the band said something like, 'Trains are bad. If we could tour in a covered wagon, we would.' And I was like, ...

    by Michael Roberts on February 19, 1998
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    Playlist

    Pearl Jam Yield (Epic) The amount of ink spilled over Yield by our friends at daily newspapers across the country suggests that mainstream pop scribes view it as the most awaited disc of the season, but I see little evidence of that. A lot ...

    by Kelly Lemieux on February 19, 1998
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    Still Wailing - Aston "Family Man" Barrett of the Wailers is keeping a reggae tradition alive.

    It's no exaggeration to say that behind every great reggae band is a great bass player--and the bass player who's been behind more great reggae bands than practically anyone else is Aston "Family Man" Barrett. His work with the Skatalites, Lee Perry ...

    by Joshua Green on February 19, 1998
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    Feedback

    Since bands tend to change personnel more frequently than Kenneth Starr subpoenas interns, the majority of lineup shifts are of only passing interest. But every once in a while, there's a departure so odd that it begs to be looked at in detail. Such ...

    by Michael Roberts on February 19, 1998
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    Sublime's Legacy - The Long Beach Dub All Stars carry on in the wake of Sublime vocalist Bradley Nowell's death.

    Percussionist/DJ "Field" Marshall Goodman is a member of a band called the Long Beach Dub All Stars. But when he's interviewed these days, the number of questions about his current group generally come in a distant second to the amount of inquiries a...

    by James Mayo on February 19, 1998
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    Bar Bands of the World, Unite - The Damn Shambles stand up for good old rock and roll.

    Pete Alexander, bassist and co-frontman for Denver's Damn Shambles, knows a thing or two about eating up his group's profits. "We were playing at the Market Street Lounge, and some guy comes up to me and says he wants a CD," he remembers. "I sai...

    by Marty Jones on February 19, 1998
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    Color Him Bluegrass - Del McCoury is one of the masters of a great American art form.

    "Our audiences are smaller than, say, country's or rock's," concedes Del McCoury, as exciting and authentic a bluegrass performer as any presently drawing breath. "And I'm sure a lot of bluegrass people would like to get more coverage or popularity. ...

    by Michael Roberts on February 12, 1998
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    Size Matters - The rockers in Gaunt don't feel guilty about their new major-label contract.

    It's a story as old and tired as Liam Gallagher's liver. A group releases an album on an independent label. Shortly thereafter, said combo is dubbed an "indie" band and in turn receives undying praise from the rock-and-roll press and indie-rock devot...

    by Brad Jones on February 12, 1998
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    Feedback

    The anticipated Denver concert-promotions war has not yet begun in earnest, but the field of battle is already crowded with potential combatants. The January 22 Feedback column contained information about the new partnership between veteran Colo...

    by Michael Roberts on February 12, 1998
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    Kingdom Comes - Denver rapper Kingdom hopes he has the golden touch.

    Although Denver doesn't have a reputation as a national hip-hop mecca, Jeffrey McWhorter, aka Kingdom, believes it's only a matter of time before the scene is acknowledged--as long as the artists and fans in the community support one another. "Y...

    by James Mayo on February 12, 1998
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    Not Standing Pat - The Smithereens' Pat DiNizio goes where he's never gone before.

    A few years back, I spent an afternoon with Pat DiNizio, the leader of the Smithereens, in Hartford, Connecticut, killing time before a radio interview. At a time when everyone else was replacing their record collection with CDs, DiNizio was looking ...

    by Lisa Traxler on February 12, 1998
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    Playlist

    Roni Size Reprazent: New Forms (Talkin' Loud/Mercury) Plenty of electronica artists are taking the Prodigy route: i.e., they're attempting to split the difference between dance music and pop in the hope of coming up with hit singles that wi...

    by Joshua Green on February 12, 1998
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    Feedback

    Way back in our January 1 issue, I wrote about Sire Records' decision to license Tone Soul Evolution, a fine CD by the Apples that was originally emblazoned with the spinART logo. Now Sire has climbed into the sack, business-wise, with another Denver...

    by Michael Roberts on February 5, 1998
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    Playlist

    Timbaland and Magoo Welcome to Our World (Blackground/Atlantic) Tim Mosley, aka Timbaland, is a producer who has stepped into the spotlight a la Sean "Puffy" Combs--but unlike the Puffster, Mosley seems to understand his limitations. Rather...

    by Joshua Green on February 5, 1998
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    Queer Power - Joe Queer makes punk that's built to last.

    Joe Queer, leader of the Queers, is a veteran of the punk-rock wars, but that doesn't mean he's stopped making enemies. A recent example involves Converse, the sneaker giant, which slapped the Queers with a cease-and-desist order after the band appro...

    by James Mayo on February 5, 1998
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    Uphollow Victories

    Something's rotten in the music industry, and Ian O'Dougherty, guitarist/vocalist for Denver's Uphollow, thinks he knows what it is. During performances, he says, most local and national musicians he's seen lately have spent more time looking down at...

    by John Jesitus on February 5, 1998
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    The Baroness Rules - Charlotte Kaufman, also known as the Baroness, is a DJ with a difference.

    San Francisco's Charlotte Kaufman, whose nom de plume is the Baroness, is an exemplar of a rare species: the female DJ. But even though she's the only woman in the Hardkiss Family collective, a group that's considered legendary by many participants i...

    by Kelly Lemieux on February 5, 1998
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