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    Allman Joy

    Whenever Gregg Allman performs, three plastic cups sit atop his Hammond B-3 organ. For a long time, they contained vodka and cranberry juice; before that, Chivas Regal and Coke. But nowadays, hearing the blond, blue-eyed singer-songwriter rattle off ...

    by Jonathan Lesser on December 24, 1998
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    Lyle Lovett Step Inside This House (MCA/Curb) Lyle Lovett, the wry Texas songwriter whose deadpan wit and unmistakable hairdo have brought him attention from beyond the prairie, plays songs written by musicians from his home state on his ne...

    by John Lewis on December 24, 1998
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    The Neville Brothers Live at Tipitina's (1982) (Rhino) Before they became the mere soundtrack for the increasingly treacly solo career of vocalist and Linda Ronstadt collaborator Aaron Neville, the Neville Brothers were the embodiment of Ne...

    by John Lewis on December 17, 1998
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    From Boys to Men

    Sometimes success ain't all it's cracked up to be. That's what Johnny Rzeznik, the singer and primary songwriter for the Goo Goo Dolls found out when he tried to compose songs for the follow-up to the band's 1995 breakthrough album, A Boy Named G...

    by David Simutis on December 17, 1998
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    Another Time, Another Country

    Country music in the '90s is Alan Jackson inexplicably hyping Ford trucks via a rewritten version of "Mercury Blues," a venerable number covered during the early '70s by Steve Miller (a space cowboy rather than the ropin' and ridin' kind). It's Shani...

    by Michael Roberts on December 10, 1998
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    Lhasa La Llorona (Atlantic) Like seasoned songsters more than twice her age, Lhasa evokes an idyllic past that's tucked away in the folds of our collective musical consciousness. Borrowing from the vocal styles of jazz singers, cabaret diva...

    by Liesa Goins on December 10, 1998
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    U2 The Best of 1980-1990 (Island) U2 is no stranger to division. During its early days, the band engaged in an internecine dispute over whether its sound should hew to the punk or Christian genres. (Thankfully it's fully neither.) The ...

    by David Simutis on December 3, 1998
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    Action Incorporated

    If Howard Stern still believes he carries the burden of being "King of All Media," he should pick up a copy of the urban-music bible The Source sometime. He'll find that many of today's rap impresarios are kicking his ass in that department, probing ...

    by Craig D. Lindsey on December 3, 1998
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    Do Not Go Gentile Into that Good Night

    A tinsel-decked Christmas tree overwhelms the living room of Atlanta's upstanding Freitag family. The ceiling-scraping spruce is about to be topped by a star until one of the characters declares that "Jewish Christmas trees don't have stars." How the...

    by Robin Dougherty on December 3, 1998
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    Play That Funky Music, White Boys

    Although they're signed to the venerable jazz label Blue Note and have a name that sounds like a law firm, Medeski, Martin, and Wood are not your father's idea of jazz. They're more likely your Beastie Boys-loving, younger sister's kind of thing. ...

    by David Simutis on November 26, 1998
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    Fatboy Slim You've Come a Long Way, Baby (Astralwerks) As the hype surrounding electronica fades, the most inventive artists will start to stand out from the bandwagon-jumpers. Norman Cook, a.k.a. Fatboy Slim, is one of the few who've bee...

    by Steve Almond on November 26, 1998
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    History Repeating

    In the spectrum of British female pop phenoms, Shirley Bassey has legs. She has endured the icy rigors of record-industry bandwagoning, color barriers, fleeting trends, and fickle fans. Like fellow Brit Dusty Springfield, who rode the hit parade with...

    by George Pelletier on November 19, 1998
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    R.E.M. Up (Warner Bros.) R.E.M. has been a lot of things since its well-documented, small-town beginnings: underground college-radio favorite; above-ground music-industry manipulator; international pop icon. But one element in the band's lo...

    by David Simutis on November 19, 1998
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    Various Artists for the MASSES (1500/A&M) Certain signs indicate that a band is aging: Instead of new material, it releases "best of" compilations, B-side collections, rare recordings, and the obligatory live album; at least one member goes...

    by David Simutis on November 12, 1998
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    Ladies, Start Your Engines

    After almost a decade, Barenaked Ladies' slow and steady wooing of America finally came to fruition this past summer. Stunt, the Canadian band's fourth full-length CD, debuted at No. 3 in July -- not bad when you consider its predecessor, Born on a...

    by David Simutis on November 12, 1998
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    The Breath of the Blues

    The harmonica is a curious instrument. Palm-size and usually made without moving parts, it looks so simple, like a toy. Mastering one should require no more than inhaling, exhaling, and fluttering a finger or two. But the innocuous little thing has f...

    by Adam St. James on November 5, 1998
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    Aerosmith A Little South of Sanity (Geffen) Ever wonder what an Aerosmith concert is like? If so, A Little South of Sanity, the band's new live double album, will answer any and all of your questions. You won't be surprised. (That's never b...

    by Mark Rosen on November 5, 1998
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    PJ Harvey Is This Desire? (Island) Two-time Grammy nominee Polly Harvey is one of a handful of artists who consistently reinvent and redefine their sounds without losing sight of themselves. Previously she's been a bit of a groovy riot grrr...

    by David Simutis on October 29, 1998
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    The Road Well Traveled

    Dishwalla's new album, their second, is entitled And You Think You Know What Life's About. The title is a sarcastic one, because after releasing what would become Billboard Magazine's Rock Song of the Year in 1996, the band toured for two and a half ...

    by Larry Getlen on October 29, 1998
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    Something Wicked This Way Rocks

    If Them Ickies singer/songwriter/guitarist Mickey Zetts hadn't watched the Marx Brothers movie Monkey Business with some friends while under the influence of LSD, South Florida might have been deprived of one of its most colorful and inventive bands....

    by Larry Getlen on October 22, 1998
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