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    WINDS OF CHANGE - INCREASING NOTORIETY ISN'T GOING TO BLOW AWAY TSUNAMI.

    Independent labels aren't the cozy, accessible harbors of artistic freedom they used to be. Call most of these onetime upstarts and you'll find yourself playing tag with a chain of receptionists, press agents and tour managers every bit as convoluted...

    by Brad Jones on January 18, 1995
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    POWERING UP - 16 HORSEPOWER FINALLY GETS THE RECORD CONTRACT IT DESERVES.

    Approaching a certain nondescript building in the warehouse district north of downtown Denver can be an unnerving experience--especially if you're visiting at night. The street is poorly lit, the people meandering nearby have the look of the criminal...

    by Michael Roberts on January 18, 1995
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    William Clarke, Thursday, January 19, at Herman's Hideaway, is a California native and harmonicat who caught the blues bug at sixteen. While his peers were listening to Beach Boys tunes, Clarke was sneaking into Watts dives in order to learn at the f...

    by Linda Gruno on January 18, 1995
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    Ice Cube Bootlegs & B-Sides (Priority) I've gone back and forth on this character so many times that the only thing I'm sure of in 1995 is that he's still got the potential for greatness. Hard to describe why--there's plenty of idiocy sprinkled t...

    by Linda Gruno on January 11, 1995
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    Todd Snider, Friday, January 13, at the Bluebird Theater, Saturday, January 14, at the Fox Theatre, and Sunday, January 15, at the Boulder Theater for a taping of E-Town, stands out from the vast majority of young singer-songwriters for an exceedingl...

    by Michael Roberts on January 11, 1995
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    SWING KID NO MORE

    Puppies eventually become dogs. Teenagers bloom into young adults. And jazz guitarist Howard Alden wants people to know that neo-swing players--those young guys who perform with and like the old guys from the original swing era--can grow up, too. "I ...

    by Linda Gruno on January 11, 1995
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    TAKEN PAST THE LIMIT - EX-EAGLE RANDY MEISNER ON GETTING SCREWED OUT OF A FORTUNE.

    The recent reunion of the Eagles thrilled a disturbingly large number of the nation's music lovers, who gladly handed over wads of bills for the privilege of seeing the outfit play note-for-note renditions of its Seventies staples. Not everyone jumpe...

    by Michael Roberts on January 11, 1995
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    JOHN OF ALL TRADES

    In a world seemingly ruled by ego, Boulder-based singer-songwriter John Vecchiarelli is a definite exception. "I don't know the name of one chord I play," he confesses. A largely self-taught strummer who picked up the guitar less than two years ago, ...

    by John Jesitus on January 11, 1995
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    Todd Snider Songs for the Daily Planet (MCA) Country A&R guys are certainly feeling their oats these days. How else to explain the signing of Snider, an often jubilant busker who sounds no more country than, say, Loudon Wainwright III? "My Genera...

    by Linda Gruno on January 4, 1995
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    THE UGLY TRUTH - THE ROCK-AND-ROLLERS WHOSE FACES COULD STOP A CLOCK. UGLY A LOOK AT THE MOST FRIGHTENING FACES IN ROCK AND ROLL.

    As a new year dawns, let us take a minute to thank the members of Green Day and Offspring for all they've accomplished in recent months. No, we're not talking about how they managed to break a genre of music (punk) that PR folks have been struggling ...

    by Brad Jones on January 4, 1995
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    ELVIS GUMP

    When journalist Albert Goldman issued the book Elvis in 1981, the rock-and-roll community was stunned and appalled. Fans who still got misty at the thought of Elvis Aron Presley's 1977 demise weren't ready for a tome that painted their hero as a moro...

    by Michael Roberts on January 4, 1995
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    IZ STILL IS

    For guitarist Mike Serviolo--the creator of the wonderfully twisted Denver-based group Iz--making music is an arduous and painstaking process. And keeping a band together isn't that easy, either. Iz, you see, has existed for only about a year, bu...

    by Michael Roberts on January 4, 1995
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    SO FINE - THE MOST MEMORABLE ALBUMS OF 1994.

    This was the year that was. And what was the year 1994? From a musical standpoint, it was a transitional period. Some trends arose and some trends died during the past twelve months, but no movements were so overpowering that they brushed aside ev...

    by Michael Roberts on December 28, 1994
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    YULE'S GOLD - THE GOOD, THE BAND AND THE UGLY CHRISTMAS ALBUMS FOR 1994.

    Every year sees the release of new Christmas albums, but 1994 has witnessed an avalanche of them. And they're flying out of the stores--really flying. At this writing, Miracles: The Holiday Album, by that epitome of evil in the late twentieth century...

    by Michael Roberts on December 21, 1994
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    MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE - DENVER'S CHRISTIE FRONT DRIVE IS PICKING UP SPEED.

    Eric Richter, guitarist and lead vocalist for Denver-based Christie Front Drive, boasts an extensive--not to mention goofy--range of influences. "One of the albums I'm listening to a lot these days is the Xanadu soundtrack," he reveals. "It bring...

    by Brad Jones on December 21, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York (DGC) Too much is being made of this, and for reasons that are rather hard to fathom: I mean, I can't be the only person in America to have caught this performance during one of the 10,000 or so times it's been a...

    by Linda Gruno on December 14, 1994
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    TERMINAL VELOCITY

    Sub Pop, the ultrasuccessful indie label from Seattle, took a radical risk by signing Velocity Girl to a five-album contract--the longest ever offered by the company. Unlike most of the thick-and-droney-sounding bands the label has promoted in the pa...

    by Jeff Stark on December 14, 1994
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    THE MARSHALL PLAN

    You might not expect the author of such sunny-sounding pop near-classics as "Someday, Someway" to have a testy bone in his body. But there's more angst in Marshall Crenshaw than initially meets the ear. Nursing a heavy head cold in a Dallas hotel...

    by John Jesitus on December 14, 1994
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    MESSAGE FROM MICHAEL

    Denver singer-songwriter Michael Engberg makes a decent living as a solo musician. But if he ever comes up short, he can always earn some extra money the way he once did--by delivering singing telegrams. "I'd say there are three main requirements...

    by Linda Gruno on December 14, 1994
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    TONY! TONY! TONY! - TONY BENNETT IS GETTING OLDER--AND BETTER.

    The campaign to sell Tony Bennett to a new generation of listeners has focused on hipness. Here, according to Madison Avenue, is a crooner beloved by the most popular alternative rockers of the Nineties--a veteran vocalist game enough to appear onsta...

    by Michael Roberts on December 14, 1994
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