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    Twilight's last gleaming - Nocturne says that Bauhaus ain't its house

    It is early on a Friday night and Club Clearview is almost full. A large crowd--dressed mostly in black--defies the unwritten rock rule: Thou shalt not hang around while the opening band is playing. Several hundred eyes are fixed on the stage, where ...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on September 12, 1996
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    Out There

    Letter from home Martin Zellar and the Hardways Martin Zellar and the Hardways Rykodisc A singer-songwriter on stage is very much like a boxer in the ring, except that there's more than one opponent: You're up against everybody else in ...

    by Matt Weitz on September 12, 1996
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    Unwrapping the Reichstag - Reed Easterwood of Junky Southern spills his guts

    Reed Easterwood woke one morning last fall to a vision: A colossal gold angel--wreath in one hand, staff in the other--spreading her wings over a Romanesque structure wrapped in white cloth. Easterwood was the guitarist on the MC 900 Ft. Jesus tour t...

    by Alex Magocsi on September 12, 1996
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    Waste not, want not - Houston producer opens up the unused space on CDs

    Face it: No matter how many pages the itty-bitty booklets have--or how many flaps, fold-outs, and pockets full of the star's bad art and even worse handwriting a box sports--CD packaging will never hold a candle to the heyday of album graphics; the A...

    by Matt Weitz on September 5, 1996
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    Born again - Sam Phillips might be pop music's savior

    Her cappuccino grows cold, the foam stiffening in the cool ocean breeze. Her face hardens, too, her ever-present smile straightening into an uneasy line. Sam Phillips is having lunch in Santa Monica, sitting on the nasty, sunny shores of the Pacific,...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 5, 1996
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    Out There

    Before--and after--swine No Code Pearl Jam Epic Records Pearl Jam's rep lies with two songs off its unbearable 1991 debut--marketed as "hard rock" till "alternative" came to mean "alternative to good music," which then fit the Jam like ...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 5, 1996
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    Roadshows

    To the moon, Alice Archaeologists likely will conclude that music once was illegal when each time they unearth the home of an independent musician they discover boxes of unopened self-produced CDs stashed in the closet. That is exactly where the ...

    by Alex Magocsi on September 5, 1996
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    Out Here

    Two blue Four Tens Strike Again Bugs Henderson and the Shuffle Kings Flat Canyon Records Got My Mind Back Smokin' Joe Kubek Band featuring B'nois King Bullseye Blues Lead Guitar Player--in the heroic, capitalized sense of blue...

    by Matt Weitz on September 5, 1996
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    Out There

    The heart of the country Interstate City Dave Alvin and the Guilty Men Hightone Records Dave Alvin manages a neat feat here, producing a live album (recorded in Austin at the Continental Club this June) with backing band the Guilty Men ...

    by Matt Weitz on August 29, 1996
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    Cosmic cowboy - Jimmie Dale Gilmore goes once more into the mystic

    If you drive northwest on U.S. 84 long enough you'll hit the cap rock, an elevated expanse that sits several hundred feet above the land to the south. The lookout from the plateau is striking: the vastness below and the flat expanse behind, juxtapose...

    by Matt Weitz on August 29, 1996
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    Roadshows

    Australian for 'pop' If Angie Hart sang any more angelically, you would expect her band to include John Lennon, Kurt Cobain, and Jimi Hendrix. Like Sinead O'Connor, the vocalist for Australia's Frente possesses pipes that don't need to scream to ...

    by Zac Crain on August 29, 1996
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    Blast from the past - In days of old, when nights were bold

    "The Starck Club?!" the guy next to me ejaculated from his barstool. "Man, everybody was on X all the time and doin' big lines offa tabletops! They had all this gauzy shit or sumpin' hanging from the ceiling there, and people would just be fuckin' in...

    by Matt Weitz on August 29, 1996
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    The medicine goes down - The education of Austin's Spoon continues

    Britt Daniel, the brainchild behind the Austin band Spoon, is a rather serious young man. That becomes obvious when he reminds this interviewer that I reviewed a tape by one of his previous bands. "You gave us a bad review," he says, fixing his ...

    by Rob Patterson on August 29, 1996
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    Out Here

    By Zac Crain The more things change... Sideways Limbo Cafe Ghostlight Records It's great when a band experiments with the standard guitar-bass-drums approach to rock; even better when it's more than listen-able. While Limbo Cafe'...

    on August 29, 1996
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    Gotta go sometime - The Grown-Ups call it quits, kind of

    An odd assortment of street-corner punks and suburban kids in suits and skinny ties were on hand at Emo's Alternative Lounge last Saturday night two weeks ago to pay tribute and say goodbye to Denton ska band the Grown-Ups. The crowd reflected the re...

    by Zac Crain on August 22, 1996
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    Roadshows

    Standing on the steppes There are words that are inherently silly simply because of the rhythm of their syllables. Limpopo is a pretty good candidate for one of them. Although familiar to most in a more equatorial setting--the name of the river i...

    by Matt Weitz on August 22, 1996
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    Cut the cards, ante up - Spot reshuffles the deck

    Spot--the pop trio that blossomed from the scorched patch of earth once known as Mildred--is sneaking up on rock stardom with the philosophical ferocity of Thomas Aquinas and the childlike wonder of Opie Taylor. Or it would be if its much-ballyh...

    by Rick Koster on August 22, 1996
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    Out There

    Don't fence me in TheitGirl Sleeper Arista Records When Sleeper's debut album, Smart, came out last year, the band was lumped together with Elastica and Menswear under the banner of the New Wave of New Wave movement. Well, it wasn't rea...

    by Zac Crain on August 22, 1996
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    The soul of the land - For classicist Pepe Romero, it's feelings, not notes

    The late Andres Segovia--the artist who almost single-handedly popularized classical guitar as a concert instrument in the 20th century--had only a few favorite guitarists; Pepe Romero was one. You can hear Romero, the man the master listened to, Thu...

    by Laurel Ornish on August 22, 1996
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    Out Here

    Two kinds of flow The Fun of Watching Fireworks American Analog Set Emperor Jones/Trance Syndicate The term "space" is rapidly approaching overexposure, as is the genre (already the suspicion grows that it's becoming a refuge for those wh...

    by Matt Weitz on August 22, 1996
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