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    The Jimi Hendrix Experience BBC Sessions (MCA/Experience Hendrix) Back in 1988, when Rykodisc first issued some of the BBC recordings made in the late '60s by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, it seemed impossible to imagine there was a facet of...

    by Eric McNeill on September 3, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Ever heard of dot Fash? If you haven't, good. That's what the Fort Lauderdale-based rock quartet is counting on. A few years ago, Russ Rogers (vocals, guitar), James Coyle (guitar), Jarrett S. (bass), and Phil T. (drums) were known as the Pherom...

    by Brian Hyman on September 3, 1998
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    State Secrets

    It's a broiling 92-degree Miami day. Fish are sweating, but Grant Livingston isn't. He's leaning back in a white plastic chair, sipping from a vat of iced tea. Shielded from the searing sun by his Panama hat and the green-and-white-striped umbrella o...

    by Nina Korman on September 3, 1998
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    Billy Bragg & Wilco Mermaid Avenue (Elektra) Here's a collaboration for you: the English punk veteran Billy Bragg, the American postgrunge band Wilco, and Woody Guthrie. Right, that Woody Guthrie. His daughter Nora gave Bragg some of Guthri...

    by Jonathan Lesser on August 27, 1998
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    Brian Wilson, Reconstructed

    Everybody's trying to get a smile out of Brian Wilson. He's nearing the end of a photo session, sitting on a stool in the spacious, cluttered garage of his Los Angeles home, and his face is like iron. The photographer is running him through a series ...

    by Mark Athitakis on August 27, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Ah, the weekend road trip. A customized excursion to forget about work, responsibilities, and life. Just get in the car and drive. Find a beach and relax. Sounds like a perfect minivacation, right? Not for Miami folk singer-guitarist Jayne Margo-Reby...

    by Brian Hyman on August 27, 1998
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    Sound Check

    In the '80s, vocalist Teri Wilson's feisty demos -- blends of new wave and funk -- were deemed "not mainstream enough" by Warner Bros., Arista, and Virgin Records. Some artists might have given up at that point. But not Wilson. "They didn't feel...

    by Brian Hyman on August 20, 1998
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    Rapper's Demise

    If you've been staying up late recently with only the glow of HBO to comfort you, then you might have seen a straight-to-cable film called Butter, a limp action-thriller. Its only saving grace is that New Kid-turned-thespian Donnie Wahlberg plays a s...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on August 20, 1998
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    Short Cuts

    The Figgs Couldn't Get High... (Absolute A Go Go) The Figgs are rock 'n' roll graybeards by any measure; they've toughed it out on the bar and college circuit for 11 years, been signed and dropped by a major label, and come within spitting ...

    by Mark Rosen on August 20, 1998
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    Natalie Merchant Ophelia (Elektra) The old-time twirl girl is back. And so is her unmistakable, ethereal voice and lush, sing-along melodies. On Ophelia, Natalie Merchant plays bandleader and matchmaker, changing the lineup of musicians fro...

    by David Simutis on August 13, 1998
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    Rude, Rude Rudy

    Robbie Gennet's piano melodies are disarming little devils. The creamy rhapsodies trickling from his keyboard sound so classically familiar, so refreshingly catchy. Those rich tones emanating from his Fender Rhodes electric piano reverberate with suc...

    by Adam St. James on August 13, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Last Wednesday evening at Sirone's in Pompano Beach, Elvis was in the building. So were Dion, Tom Jones, Neil Diamond, Roy Orbison, and even Marilyn Monroe. OK, maybe they weren't actually in South Florida (half of them are dead, after all), but that...

    by Brian Hyman on August 13, 1998
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    Yes, No, Maybe So

    Keeping track of the lineup changes in Yes is like trying to list all of Saturday Night Live's cast members since the days of John Belushi or keeping track of who's sleeping with whom on your favorite soap opera. Since the release of the band's debut...

    by Larry Getlen on August 6, 1998
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    Various Artists Bespoke Songs, Lost Dogs, Detours & Rendezvous: Songs of Elvis Costello (Rhino) Although it's meant to further illuminate the songwriting genius of Elvis Costello, the uneven, erratic Bespoke Songs, Lost Dogs, Detours & Rend...

    by Mark Rosen on August 6, 1998
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    Sound Check

    If you're a musician and a stranger listens to your music at a performance, then walks away feeling moved in some way, the gig was worthwhile. Last Thursday a bearded, homeless man wearing a backpack stopped along Hollywood Boulevard to listen to the...

    by Brian Hyman on August 6, 1998
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    The Headhunters Return of the Headhunters! (Verve) Herbie Hancock turned the jazz world on its ear in 1973 when he recorded Headhunters, an album that combined jazz and funk with the then-outlandish sounds of the synthesizer, an instrument ...

    by David Simutis on July 30, 1998
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    The Dark Side of Swing

    Cherry Poppin' Daddies vocalist Steve Perry -- not to be confused with the Journey frontman of the same name -- just got off the stage. As part of the punk- and ska-flavored Warped Tour, his band finished performing at the Utah State Fairpark in Salt...

    by Larry Getlen on July 30, 1998
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    Sound Check

    Describing music as "something that I need to do to survive," and comparing its significance to such vital functions as breathing and eating, vocalist-guitarist Rene Alvarez of the Miami-based trio Sixo isn't ashamed to wear his heart on his sleeve. ...

    by Brian Hyman on July 30, 1998
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    The Look of Love

    A woman with shoulder-length blond hair and a blue-and-white striped sundress is setting up a PA system in Mulvaney's Irish Pub in West Palm Beach. She could easily pass for a local college student, one of the many preppies who cruise Clematis Street...

    by Larry Getlen on July 23, 1998
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    Sound Check

    "Ba-ba-boom, ba-ba-da-da-la-boom-ba," jazz vocalist Julie Davis cooed in my ear as her husband, guitarist Kelly Dow, watched from a nearby couch. Perhaps I should explain: This impromptu performance was delivered over the phone after I asked Dav...

    by Brian Hyman on July 23, 1998
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