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    Smokin' Herb - Trumpeter Herb Alpert is uninterested in returning to Tijuana.

    "I try not to repeat myself," says trumpeter Herb Alpert. "I don't want to play another version of 'Rise' or 'The Lonely Bull' sideways." Unfortunately, the above comment is the closest Alpert comes to discussing his past with the Tijuana Brass, ...

    by Steve Gray on May 2, 1996
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    College radio has been responsible for the popularization of much of the best pop music over the past couple of decades--yet residents of Denver have virtually no access to such a station. Geographically, the closest college outlet is KUCB, at the Un...

    by Michael Roberts on May 2, 1996
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    Dulli Noted - The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli, in black, white and gray.

    One smoggy day in West Hollywood circa 1985, I was standing behind the front counter at Tower Records' Sunset Strip branch when Greg Dulli, my best friend among my co-workers, entered the store carrying a plate of edibles and wearing a merry grin. "I...

    by Michael Roberts on May 2, 1996
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    Moot's Point

    When they're not making beautiful noise together, the members of Denver's Moot are agitating for social change. And luckily, the musicians agree on what changes should be made. "I've tried to play with conservatives before, and I don't think you...

    by Amy Kiser on May 2, 1996
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    The Culture Club

    If reggae fans were given a chance to nominate a performer who's best filled the role of the music's elder statesman since the passing of Bob Marley, Culture vocalist Joseph Hill would receive a lot of votes. Since 1972, when he released his first si...

    by Joshua Green on May 2, 1996
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    Manfred Hubler and Siegfried Schwab Vampyros Lesbos: Sexadelic Dance Party (Motel) If you haven't seen a film by director Jess Franco, you're not alone; he's so obscure that he doesn't rate a mention in either of the average cineast's two...

    by Linda Gruno on May 2, 1996
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    Over the past couple of years, a number of nationally distributed independent labels have taken root in Colorado, including W.A.R.?, Not Lame Recordings, Bohemia Beat and Records 420, a Hollywood Records spinoff run by David Frey. (A founder of the a...

    by Michael Roberts on April 25, 1996
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    Pearls Before Swine - Evangeline the Oyster Girl comes out of her shell.

    Ladies and gentlemen, you are about to take a mythical trip to the bayous of Louisiana, where deep in the mist lies Evangeline. Once a year, under the light of the full moon, Evangeline comes out to mate. And tonight, it is mating season...it is mati...

    by Amy Kiser on April 25, 1996
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    Garbage In, Garbage Out - Super-producer Butch Vig hopes Garbage will trash your expectations.

    "Because as a producer I've stayed behind the scenes for the most part, there's this certain sort of mysterious enigma built up around what I look like and what I do," says Butch Vig, studio sorcerer and anchor of the eccentric pop band called Garbag...

    by Michael Roberts on April 25, 1996
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    Getting Pretty Hectic

    At a north-downtown practice space, testosterone drips as a competent but sadly predictable bar band runs through covers of tunes by such hormonal outfits as Rancid, the Replacements, Green Day, the Goo Goo Dolls and Pearl Jam. Meanwhile, across...

    by Steve Boland on April 25, 1996
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    Los Lobos Colossal Head (Warner Bros.) David Hidalgo, Louie Perez and the rest of these East L.A. renegades made their first fabulous album, How Will the Wolf Survive?, in 1984. By the Light of the Moon and The Neighborhood followed in 19...

    by Brad Jones on April 25, 1996
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    Beautiful McBride

    "Even as a little kid, I knew jazz was a great art form, but I didn't really like it," admits jazz bassist Christian McBride. "It's not that I disliked it. But at that point, being that young, I would rather listen to my pop and my R&B more than jazz...

    by Linda Gruno on April 25, 1996
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    Spoon Tunes

    "We don't like rock dudes," exclaims Britt Daniels, guitarist, vocalist and guiding force behind Austin's Spoon. "We like lots of musicians. But the whole 'rock dude' thing, I don't know. These days, it seems like bands do a few cool songs and everyb...

    by Brad Jones on April 25, 1996
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    Black on Black

    It's been three years since Frank Black last participated in a round of interviews intended to publicize his music, yet he already seems ready for another breather. "I'm sick of it," he confirms. "Writers are always looking for some stupid, lame-ass ...

    by Joshua Green on April 18, 1996
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    Playlist

    The Godfathers Birth, School, Work, Death: The Best of the Godfathers Wire Train Last Perfect Thing...A Retrospective Men at Work Contraband: The Best of Men at Work Translator Everywhere That We Were...The Best Of Nina Hagen ...

    by Amy Kiser on April 18, 1996
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    On December 17, 1987, Twice Wilted played its first show, in an art gallery space in Boulder. Over the course of the next several years, the group, fronted by Kurt Ottoway, grew into one of the Denver area's biggest live draws and piqued the interest...

    by Michael Roberts on April 18, 1996
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    The Rebirth of Emmylou Harris - The vocalist reinvents herself on a new album.

    "I think anytime you make a record, it's got to be a leap of faith," contends Emmylou Harris. "Because you never know how it's going to turn out." Harris has plummeted into the unknown on numerous occasions over the course of her more than a quar...

    by Michael Roberts on April 18, 1996
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    No Regular Guy - The rise, fall and rise of blues guitarist Buddy Guy.

    Veteran bluesman Buddy Guy's modesty is becoming, but sometimes he takes it too far. Take, for instance, the following statement: "I'm not a great singer and I'm not a great guitar player." That's absurd. Guy has an extremely strong and distinct...

    by Michael Roberts on April 18, 1996
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    The Electrolux Company

    Mike Elkerton is a rock-and-roll musician in love with Americana's cliches. So when he's told that his latest band, Electrolux, conjures up images of Fifties-era prison flicks, movies by Roger Corman and Russ Meyer and other cultish faves from cinema...

    by Steve Boland on April 18, 1996
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    These are the discs of your lives. "Kitchen of rhythm/Pocket of dreams/ Falling these angels/How desperate it seems": These lyrics, from "Lemon Ceiling," a selection on Sponge Kingdom's self-titled CD, offer an indication of the earnest poetic...

    by Michael Roberts on April 11, 1996
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