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    MO' BETTER BLUES

    The standard promotional line on singer-songwriter Keb' Mo' goes something like this: One of the first artists to be signed to Epic's newly revived blues label (Okeh), Keb' Mo' is an unknown Los Angeles-based guitarist who's being heralded as the lat...

    by Linda Gruno on September 14, 1994
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    DADDIES KNOW BEST

    "When most people think of psychedelic, they think of the Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix," says Steve Perry, the singer-songwriter for Eugene, Oregon's Cherry Poppin' Daddies. "But to me, that's not psychedelic at all. To me, that's real run-of-the-mill...

    by Brad Jones on September 14, 1994
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    COME TOGETHER--AGAIN

    As the summer of the supergroup reunion tours draws to a close, veteran rockers are counting up their winnings. Not everyone got richer quick: For example, the restoration of Traffic (actually, it was just Steve Winwood getting together with some guy...

    by Michael Roberts on September 14, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Coolio It Takes a Thief (Tommy Boy) The old school strikes back. Coolio's bio sounds plenty contemporary--he's reportedly a former SoCal crack addict--but the occasional hardcore trappings heard on his debut disc are concessions to the marketplac...

    by Justin McLean on September 7, 1994
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    WARD HAVE MERCY

    When asked to characterize his work, alto saxophonist/flutist Carlos Ward laughs. It's a broad laugh, but also a mysterious one: There's no way of knowing if he's being congenial or expressing wordlessly the impossibility of defining his work and mot...

    by Linda Gruno on September 7, 1994
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    REASONS TO BE GLAD

    According to drummer Mark White, Denver's Gladhand is giving locals a reason to smile. "People have come up to me and said, `I've had a shitty three weeks, and after you guys played I became really happy,'" he says. "I mean, these people leave grinni...

    by Justin McLean on September 7, 1994
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    A LIGHTER SHADE OF BROWN

    Singer/guitarist Junior Brown doesn't like to be pigeonholed, musically or otherwise. "Whenever [people] think they've got me pegged, I pull something out that's a little different," explains Austin's latest musical discovery. "I like to keep it inte...

    by Brad Jones on September 7, 1994
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    THE ORIGINAL GINN - EX-BLACK FLAG GUITARIST GREG GINN STILL KNOWS HOW TO DEAL WITH PUNKS.

    Greg Ginn--the founder and creative force behind the pioneering Los Angeles punk band Black Flag and now an accomplished solo artist--has never backed away from a good fight. And he's not about to start now. "If somebody takes money from me in an...

    by Michael Roberts on September 7, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Neil Young and Crazy Horse Sleeps With Angels (Reprise) Why Young remains a vibrant, intriguing, forward-looking artist at a time when most of his contemporaries have long since ceased to matter to anyone beyond their immediate families is a matt...

    by Linda Gruno on August 31, 1994
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    DANNY BOY - THE FEW UPS AND MANY DOWNS OF GUITAR MASTER DANNY GATTON.

    For over two decades critics have been calling Danny Gatton "The World's Greatest Unknown Guitar Player"--and the way things are going, they may be calling him the same thing twenty years hence. Fortunately, Gatton stopped waiting for large-scale suc...

    by Linda Gruno on August 31, 1994
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    Steely Dan, Tuesday, September 6, at Fiddler's Green, is a legendary act, and the chance to see the band live is a rare treat indeed. Walter Becker and Donald Fagen achieved breakthrough success in 1973 with the album Can't Buy a Thrill, but quit pla...

    by Linda Gruno on August 31, 1994
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    BUT WHAT ABOUT BETTY?

    There's nothing ladylike about Veronica. The Boulder-based trio--guitarist/vocalist Ted Thacker, drummer John Call and bassist Vernon "Tom" Sprenkle--delivers punchy, two-minute pop songs with a careening energy fueled by testosterone and/or alcohol....

    by John Jesitus on August 31, 1994
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    THE MAVERICKS RIDE AGAIN

    "The Mavericks are pretty much anything but safe in this business," says Robert Reynolds, bassist for the hottest country band ever to come out of Miami, Florida. "I believe that if we brought in the music and did our best in the studio, we still cou...

    by Michael Roberts on August 31, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Julian Cope Autogeddon (American) Anyone who wants to know a little bit more about the fine line between insanity and genius would do well to give this a listen. The esteemed Mr. Cope is certainly capable of making accessible pop: He manned the d...

    by Jason Horwitch on August 24, 1994
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    INSTRUMENTS OF DESTRUCTION

    Author Gertrude Stein wrote that all vigorous art is irritating--and once it ceases to be irritating and becomes pleasant, it is no longer of any use. The members of Instrument Panel, an aleatory Boulder-based quartet committed to turning any sound i...

    by Linda Gruno on August 24, 1994
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    VANDALS WITH CARE

    Joe Escalante, bassist and founder of the Vandals, knows something about real punk rockers, in part because he and his bandmates (guitarist Warren Fitzgerald, vocalist Dave Quackenbush and drummer Josh Freese) have seen their share of poseurs. "[...

    by Brad Jones on August 24, 1994
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    TODAY, BOULDER. TOMORROW, THE WORLD - KBCO'S FORMAT SPROUTS UP AROUND THE U.S.

    So you're an affluent young professional. You're smart, attractive--a doer, not a couch potato. You never forget to separate your recyclables, and you make sure that your Lexus is in perfect tune to keep air pollution to a minimum. You may be in your...

    by Michael Roberts on August 24, 1994
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    WOODSTOCK REDUX

    The news media seemingly has given as much coverage to last weekend's Woodstock II as was paid to the Normandy Invasion. Countless articles and radio and TV broadcasts have inundated us with everything we could ever want to know about the performers ...

    by Michael Roberts on August 17, 1994
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    SHE AIN'T HEAVY - SHE'S THE BRAND NEW HEAVIES' N'DEA DAVENPORT, A SOUL SONGSTRESS FOR THE NINETIES.

    The pop landscape isn't exactly crowded with divas. While the Sixties produced Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross and other flamboyant goddesses on earth, the current decade seems destined to be remembered as a time when many female performers preferred tou...

    by Michael Roberts on August 17, 1994
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    LATE BLOOMERS - THE GIN BLOSSOMS' ROBIN WILSON ON BOOZE, DEATH AND HIT RECORDS.

    For the last couple of years, the Gin Blossoms have seen more of the road than Bob Hope in his prime. Since the 1992 release of the album New Miserable Experience, the Tempe, Arizona-based quintet--vocalist Robin Wilson, guitarist/vocalist Jesse Vale...

    by John Jesitus on August 17, 1994
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