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    Out Here

    Same as it ever was Stand By Tellus Tellurian Records With a surreal cover whose artistry would be right at home with any of Hipgnosis Studio's bizarre illustrations for '70s acts like Yes, Tellus announces that it shares the ambitions ...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on July 11, 1996
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    Girls school - DIVA's learned a lot about prejudice and potential

    Women in jazz: Those words conjure up images of Ella Fitzgerald, Diane Schuur, and Sarah Vaughan--talented, but usually just standing at a microphone or sitting at a piano, not someone with legs astride, belting out licks on a bass trombone or beatin...

    by Laurel Ornish on July 11, 1996
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    Out There

    Not the same old blues Just Like You Keb' Mo' Okeh/Epic Can you have sunny blues? There's no denying that on his second album, Keb' Mo' (Kevin Moore) assumes a decidedly upbeat tone, reminding the listener of Giant Step-era Taj Mahal, m...

    by Matt Weitz on July 11, 1996
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    Roadshows

    The divine Miss B A myriad of identities? Sure, that's something we allow our big-time artists--talents like Peter Gabriel or David Bowie--but a blues player? Har, you say, it is to laugh, especially when considering a blues bass player, and a ga...

    by Matt Weitz on July 11, 1996
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    Ja, das is country punk - The old world discovers the Old 97's

    It's boom times and heady days for Dallas' favorite insurgent honky-tonk combo, the Old 97's; the band has just returned from a quick fortnight in Europe, where it met with continental acclaim, and now is hashing things out with a veritable Greek cho...

    by Matt Weitz on July 11, 1996
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    Case hardened - In the studio and on the road, the education of Hagfish continues

    One of the loudest pop bands to come out of Dallas is back; Hagfish, Dallas' beloved band of dorks-in-suits, is returning to Deep Ellum after a year that has seen the band do everything from working with its musical idols on its first major-label alb...

    by Zac Crain on July 4, 1996
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    Roadshows

    Such a Deal The heartland of America grows its rockers big and brawny, so it's no surprise that the Deal sisters--Kelley and Kim--hail from Ohio. They've both made names for themselves--Kim as a founding Pixie, the pair as the Breeders--but it was...

    by Matt Weitz on July 4, 1996
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    Out Here

    Shaken, not stirred It's Martini Time Reverend Horton Heat Interscope Records From the cover alone--a woman passed out on a barstool in the dark--you know that It's Martini Time is no "have fun responsibly" bulletin, but another collect...

    by Matt Weitz on July 4, 1996
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    Hey, Pachuco! - Retro rascality or cultural imperialism?

    The past is revered--well, referenced--to an unprecedented degree by pop culture today; roots and history are important in a way that would've been unthinkable a decade ago. Chalk it up to pop's voracious need for product--ideas for which have to com...

    by Matt Weitz on July 4, 1996
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    Who's that girl? - Surprise! It's Syd Straw.

    "Hey, remember me? We met 10 years ago at CBGB's," Syd Straw sings on War and Peace, her new album. In the seven long years between her first and second album, Straw has somehow managed not to be forgotten by the music world. That hardly surprises me...

    by Rob Patterson on July 4, 1996
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    Out There

    The heart's inner currents Gone Again Patti Smith Arista Peace at Last The Blue Nile Warner Brothers With Gone Again, Patti Smith comes out of more than 15 years of semiretirement; the poet who for years was associated with th...

    by Matt Weitz on July 4, 1996
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    Out There

    Drummer's choice Mickey Hart's Mystery Box Mickey Hart's Mystery Box Rykodisc Former Grateful Dead drummer/percussionist Mickey Hart does good with the first post-Garcia release from a member of the Grateful Dead, turning in an effort t...

    by Matt Weitz on June 27, 1996
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    The maitre d' of R&B - Elvis T. Busboy drives his soul train into the future

    Up on stage, sliding coolly in a juke joint pas de deux, Elvis T. Busboy is decidedly not your average R&B crooner. With his linebacker's physique, slicked-back Bobby Darin hair and a Mephistophelean goatee that predates slacker fashion, Busboy looks...

    by Rick Koster on June 27, 1996
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    Out Here

    Two women Rivers Elizabeth Wills Crystal Clear Sound Cult of Odd Hairstick Twitch Music With her new album Rivers, Elizabeth Wills builds on her first album, Going Home, working from a pure folk blueprint that recalls "Chelsea...

    by Matt Weitz on June 27, 1996
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    Dream state - Comatheatre lets the audience connect the dots

    The sound is as flowing and wide-open as the tail of a comet, whooshing through a pastiche of found sounds and percussion--some electronic, some organic--sounding for all the world like elevator music from a lift somewhere past Pluto. It's hard ...

    by Matt Weitz on June 27, 1996
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    Roadshows

    The roar of grease paint Like voting for Reagan, disliking KISS in its heyday is now something to which no one will will 'fess. Saved by a wave of retro-chic, the KISS kabuki rock clowns--no doubt fueled by relentless, adoring demand--sometimes a...

    by Matt Weitz on June 27, 1996
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    Electric blue - Jim Suhler talks about life and the local bluesman

    Looking at Jim Suhler, it's hard not to be reminded of renegades from high school: the stoners and gearheads had his long brown hair and aquiline nose, their slender frames no guarantee that they wouldn't slap the crap outta you if you crossed them. ...

    by Matt Weitz on June 27, 1996
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    In search of the perfect melody - The outer-space roots of Transona Five

    The five members of Transona Five sit comfortably in the living room of the Lower Greenville house that bass player Greg Morgan and drummer G.P. Cole share. Although still in their early 20s, the two have spent the last 10 years playing together in p...

    by Philip Chrissopoulos on June 20, 1996
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    Billy Bigelow revisited - There's still more to John Raitt than being Bonnie's dad

    John Raitt never wore roller skates on stage; he never wore a cat suit or a silly half-face mask, but then again, he was a star on Broadway when Broadway stars were people, not productions. A leading man who's survived to see an age in which there ar...

    by Laurel Ornish on June 20, 1996
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    Out Here

    Before and after Beheaded Bedhead Trance Syndicate Tie You Up/Who is Brad? Stranger Than Fiction Hub City Productions Post-punk, post-rock, hell--Bedhead is nearly post-apocalyptic in the open, isolated vibe it conjures up on ...

    by Matt Weitz on June 20, 1996
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