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    THE QUILL THING

    John Quill sits in his smallish apartment-cum-recording studio in southeast Denver and tries to explain why he's been producing the weekly radio show Radio Free Colorado for more than four years when the financial rewards have been, to say the least,...

    by Michael Roberts on April 27, 1994
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    PLAYING HURT - STANLEY JORDAN RETURNS AFTER RELEARNING HOW TO PLAY THE GUITAR.

    In early 1993, when the editors of Musician magazine published their list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time, they praised Stanley Jordan as a one-of-a-kind talent whose recent albums "point to a leaner, more spacious style, which only means ...

    by Linda Gruno on April 27, 1994
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    L'Impossible Trio, Friday, April 29, at Ricketson Auditorium, is an unlikely Paris-based threesome most stateside listeners have never gotten an opportunity to hear. Guitarist Phillipe Deschepper, tuba player Michael Godard and percussionist Youval M...

    by Linda Gruno on April 27, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Hole Live Through This (DGC) After weighing what we've learned from the celebrity press (now there's a reliable source), it seems clear that Courtney Love is an erratic wreck of a human being--and since having your husband blow his brains out isn...

    by Justin McLean on April 20, 1994
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    THE JACKSON FAMILY DISHONORS - THE GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS OF AMERICAN MUSIC'S MOST DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY.

    In February NBC aired a show dubbed The Jackson Family Honors, whose real purpose was to demonstrate that the Jackson family--parents Joseph and Katherine and kids Janet, Michael, Rebbie, Tito, Randy, Jackie, Marlon and Jermaine--weren't really as dy...

    by Michael Roberts on April 20, 1994
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    BLOOD TIES

    Country blues singer-songwriter Rory Block knows how to play with pain. A solo artist who prefers to pick the steel strings of her guitar bare-fingered, she's been known to perform entire shows at the starts of tours with blood dripping from her h...

    by Linda Gruno on April 20, 1994
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    NO JACKET REQUIRED

    Jonas Tauber, the 26-year-old principal cellist for the Boulder Philharmonic, has some complaints about the marketing of the classics. "I don't think classical music is heard enough in an informal setting," he says. "And usually, it's extremely expen...

    by John Jesitus on April 20, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Otis Rush Ain't Enough Comin' In (This Way Up/Mercury) If you're curious as to what blues aficionados mean when they describe guitar solos as "stinging," pick this up. Rush, who's worked in something akin to obscurity since the mid-Fifties, is a ...

    by Linda Gruno on April 13, 1994
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    PILOTES OF THE AIRWAVES

    John Porcellino is the Denver music scene's latest renaissance man. He's best known as the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist for the Felt Pilotes, a jangly local pop band whose other members, like Porcellino, hail from DeKalb, Illinois. But he al...

    by Susan Dunlap on April 13, 1994
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    CRITIC'S CHOICE

    Beck, Friday, April 15, at Ground Zero, has presented a quandary to music-scene observers. They wonder: Is he the new Bob Dylan or the Vanilla Ice of slack? The verdict's not in yet, but it seems clear from the early reactions to Mellow Gold, the ant...

    by Michael Roberts on April 13, 1994
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    SUICIDE IS BRAINLESS - DON'T LOOK FOR MEANING IN THE DEATH OF NIRVANA'S KURT COBAIN.

    Fans are comparing him to dead rock stars of the past. Commentators are claiming that his demise stands as the perfect symbol for a generation marked by lowered expectations and a nihilistic world view. Pundits are picking apart his lyrics in search ...

    by Michael Roberts on April 13, 1994
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    BURN THIS ARTICLE

    No one can accuse Jello Biafra of being less than bipartisan. His archenemy, George Bush, was ousted from office, but the former Dead Kennedys frontman remains as outraged as ever at the White House's current resident. "Even I had a little bit of...

    by Brad Jones on April 13, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Ted Hawkins The Next Hundred Years (DGC) You would be perfectly justified in assuming that any good reviews given this album would be inspired less by the music than by the personal life of Ted Hawkins, a street performer who has spent most of th...

    by Linda Gruno on April 6, 1994
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    HOUSES OF THE MOLDY - THE BANDS THAT CAN FILL STADIUMS OFFER ONLY BLASTS FROM THE PAST.

    Oh, my God! They're coming back! Yes, the bands that ruled the touring circuit during the Seventies and Eighties are returning this summer to a football stadium near you. Set to visit Mile High on June 18 is Pink Floyd, a group that did its best w...

    by Michael Roberts on April 6, 1994
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    PERFECTLY FRANKLINS

    Most members of the Beavis and Butt-head generation believe that when it comes to rock and roll, words suck. It's hard to argue the contrary: Wretched lyrics abound, from new-age prattle and sleazy backseat boasts to juvenile political pouting. It's ...

    by Mark Barsotti on April 6, 1994
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    ON THE GRIFT

    "We find ourselves caught in the middle of a lot of things," says Dave Shouse of the Memphis quartet called the Grifters--and considering the guitarist's gift for making music that borders on the schizophrenic, this claim is a wild understatement. Sh...

    by Brad Jones on April 6, 1994
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    PLAYLIST

    Elvis Costello Brutal Youth (Warner Bros.) Of course you've read those interviews in which Mr. McManus has claimed that this reunion with his original band (the Attractions) and his original producer (Nick Lowe, here relegated to sideman status...

    by Susan Dunlap on March 30, 1994
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    EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN

    There undoubtedly are some artists from days gone by whose out-of-print recordings haven't been reissued in the past year, but I'll be damned if I can figure out who they are. Because of the continuing popularity of the compact-disc revolution, a sta...

    by Michael Roberts on March 30, 1994
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    THE QUIET MAN - WHY GUITARIST DAVID ROBACK WANTS YOU TO KNOW AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE ABOUT MAZZY STAR.

    David Roback, the guitarist and conceptualist behind the mood band Mazzy Star, doesn't reveal much about himself--and you get the feeling that he'd like to retract the little he accidentally divulges. When penning songs, he leaves the lyrics to his c...

    by Michael Roberts on March 30, 1994
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    LETCH AS LETCH CAN

    Chandelaria, back-up chanteuse for the Boulder-based quintet called the Letches, puts it succinctly: "The Letches are a slap in the face to the music industry." The group's gift for overstatement aside, she may be right. While the Letches (Chande...

    by John Jesitus on March 30, 1994
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