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    Having his cake - Archer Prewitt's solo career takes on a life of its own with White Sky

    Archer Prewitt is one of the hardest-working musicians in Chicago's fertile indie-rock scene. A few years ago, the guitarist-singer-songwriter-comic-book artist moved into the neighborhood with his lounge-jazz outfit, the Coctails, and now he lends h...

    by Aaron Steinberg on November 18, 1999
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    My Uzi weighs a ton - Uzigato is caught between rock and a soft place

    Most record labels are populated with frustrated musicians, people who didn't have the talent or the guts to stick it out over the long haul. Some just got tired of being screwed over by labels and decided to switch positions. Others never got furthe...

    by Zac Crain on November 18, 1999
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    Scene, heard

    Word is that Centro-matic will head back into the studio in the next few weeks to record songs for its fifth album -- a month or so before the band's fourth disc is even available. Disc No. 4, tentatively titled All the Falsest Hearts Can Try, is due...

    on November 18, 1999
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    Out There - The Artist

    The Artist Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic (Arista/NPG Records) The Artist Formerly Known releases more albums in a year than most artists do in a lifetime -- and, as he told MTV just last week, there's plenty more in the vaults where that came ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 18, 1999
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    Out Here - Small-mouthed bassists

    Buddy Mohmed American Bedouin (Blue Cedars Records) Chicago-born, Dallas-based Buddy Mohmed is perhaps the finest jazz upright-bass player in Texas. He's also a formidable jazz guitarist -- particularly in his unique explorations of trad...

    by Josh Alan Friedman on November 18, 1999
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    Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals

    Ben Harper may look like a hipster jazzbo who just stepped out of a Gap khakis ad, but don't let appearances fool you: This guy is a stone-cold hippie, and the vast majority of his sizable and growing following hails from the Grateful Dead/H.O.R.D.E....

    by Jim Derogatis on November 18, 1999
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    Radney Foster

    Well, he's got a band with him this time, in a venue he's always haunted solo. Some fans may like that, and some may not, but anyone who caught Radney Foster with a full backing band last May at the Gypsy Tea Room can confirm that Foster with a suppo...

    by Christina Rees on November 18, 1999
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    The Supersuckers

    Of all the big, loud, stoopid rawk that's crawled out of the Northwest this decade, the Supersuckers can reasonably lay claim to the title of proudest Luddites. Until a few years ago, the Seattle (by way of Tucson) quartet gleefully spat up a series ...

    by Keven Mcalester on November 18, 1999
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    Handsome Dan - Dan "The Automator" Nakamura loves hip-hop -- but he loves music more

    Dan "The Automator" Nakamura laughs when he recalls how his DJ career ended before it really began. The memory's probably funnier now than it was then, especially since his latest album So...How's Your Girl? -- a partnership with another reformed DJ,...

    by Zac Crain on November 11, 1999
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    Switched off - For Stereolab, pop music is all academic

    Stereolab has often been maligned by critics for being too artsy and elite, and not without good reason. After all, well, it is. Many of the group's songs are sung in French, and the lyrics frequently allude to Freud and Jung's thoughts on psychoanal...

    by Jessica Parker on November 11, 1999
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    Let's get it on - Andre Williams may be 63 years old, but he's still agile, mobile, and hostile

    Andre Williams doesn't mince words. He doesn't have time for that. He's seen a promising R&B career go up in smoke, he's fallen victim to drug addiction, and he's spent more time hustling his way out of the gutter than he'd care to remember. So when ...

    by Gilbert Garcia on November 11, 1999
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    Sweet grown-up James - James Taylor talks to the kids, but he plays for the adults

    The kids file quietly into their seats, as though being led to a gruesome, inevitable fate. They are quiet, respectful, the shuffle of their feet the only sound echoing through the majestic concert hall. "Man, I hope this is cool," whispers one bespe...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 11, 1999
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    Across the Bar - Benefits for a Daisy; Drive-In for a Spider Baby

    Scene, heard As was previously reported, the pair of shows Tripping Daisy was supposed to play at the Curtain Club on November 12 and 13 will not happen. Instead, both nights have been changed to benefits for the family of guitarist Wes Berggren, ...

    by Zac Crain on November 11, 1999
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    Out There - Beck

    Beck Midnite Vultures (Interscope Records) Beck Hansen's latest personality is his best joke yet, as this gawky-yet-funky white boy makes himself over as a smooth-talking, hard-partying sex machine, accompanied by the live equivalent of th...

    by Zac Crain on November 11, 1999
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    Out Here - Johnnie Taylor

    Johnnie Taylor Gotta Get The Groove Back (Malaco) It should come as no surprise that the tracks with horns work better than those fleshed out (yeah, like a skeleton) with keyboard arrangements. The man may be from the old school -- says so...

    by Robert Wilonsky on November 11, 1999
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    Atom and His Package

    Atom and His Package Atom is Adam Goren, a slightly nerdy 24-year-old Philadelphian with an affinity for the metric system and a master's degree in neuroscience. His Package is a Yamaha QY700 sequencer, a computer-keyboard arrangement programmed w...

    by Zac Crain on November 11, 1999
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    TLC

    TLC Peering from the cover like a troika of Kraftwerk Smurfs, TLC followed up the gazillion-selling CrazySexyCool earlier this year with Fanmail, a disc pleasantly front-loaded with precocious attempts to goose the sometimes staid R&B crossover ma...

    by Alec Hanley Bemis on November 11, 1999
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    "...and that was Wes" - Friends and family say farewell to Tripping Daisy guitarist Wes Berggren

    Unity Church of Christianity is, perhaps, situated in an odd location for a place of worship: a few blocks north of most of the bars on Lower Greenville, directly across the street from a nondescript gas station, a few hundred feet south of another c...

    by Zac Crain on November 4, 1999
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    Asleep at the wheel - Hot Club of Cowtown calls Austin home, but never for long

    They call themselves Hot Club of Cowtown, are based out of Austin, and play a vigorous acoustic mixture of Western swing and 1920s hot jazz. So one might expect that this trio's genesis was sparked by some primal musical experience in an old Texas da...

    by Rob Patterson on November 4, 1999
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    Rock on - Chris Weber comes back to Denton to try his luck with Rock Lottery

    After coordinating countless benefits for Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective, Chris Weber is used to dealing with unique situations, controlling them as much as possible. For example, Inflicted Music -- the benefit that partly inspired Weber's best-kno...

    by Zac Crain on November 4, 1999
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