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    ANOTHER SCOOP OF VANILLA - VANILLA ICE REINVENTS ITSELF. DO YOU CARE?

    Consider Vanilla Ice. Four years ago, he was a car-lot attendant in Carrollton, Texas, with a passion for rap and a knack for breakdancing. He won a talent show at a local club, got a manager and concocted a look. Pompadoured, dirty-blond brush cut,...

    by Peter Gilstrap on March 16, 1994
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    HENRY CHARLES BUKOWSKI, R.I.P. - SCREED

    I went to see John Doe play solo last week; he was in X, one of the best bands ever to come out of Los Angeles. After the show, I walked up and asked him something. I'd once read that he had rented a house Bukowski used to live in L.A., one of the ma...

    by Peter Gilstrap on March 16, 1994
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    THE WEST IS THE BESTSONGS OF THE WEST IS AS GOOD AS BEING THERE

    About 60 years ago, a place called the Wild West came into existence. This was a raw, exciting, savage land that sometimes came in black and white, sometimes in glorious Technicolor. It was a place as vast and open as a movie screen, as far away as a...

    by Peter Gilstrap on March 2, 1994
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    DISCS WE'VE HEARDTHE CD JUST KEEP ON COMING

    Ben Vaughn Mono U.S.A. (Bar/None) The man who gave the world "I'm Sorry (But So Is Brenda Lee)" has done, if not the impossible, then the extremely challenging: Vaughn has taken 18 obscure, thoroughly bitchin' AM-radio tunes from the glory years ...

    on March 2, 1994
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    DISCS WE'VE HEARDTHE CD JUST KEEP ON COMING

    Ben Vaughn Mono U.S.A. (Bar/None) The man who gave the world "I'm Sorry (But So Is Brenda Lee)" has done, if not the impossible, then the extremely challenging: Vaughn has taken 18 obscure, thoroughly bitchin' AM-radio tunes from the glory years ...

    on March 2, 1994
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    THE TAPES IN THE MAIL - SCREED

    All right. I begged you to send in tapes, and here, at last, are a few opinions. If you submitted something and it isn't mentioned, don't despair. There'll be more to come. Mention the Piersons to anyone who's heard of them and you'll usually get thi...

    by Serene Dominic on March 2, 1994
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    THE TAPES IN THE MAIL - SCREED

    All right. I begged you to send in tapes, and here, at last, are a few opinions. If you submitted something and it isn't mentioned, don't despair. There'll be more to come. Mention the Piersons to anyone who's heard of them and you'll usually get thi...

    by Serene Dominic on March 2, 1994
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    THE WEST IS THE BESTSONGS OF THE WEST IS AS GOOD AS BEING THERE

    About 60 years ago, a place called the Wild West came into existence. This was a raw, exciting, savage land that sometimes came in black and white, sometimes in glorious Technicolor. It was a place as vast and open as a movie screen, as far away as a...

    by Peter Gilstrap on March 2, 1994
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    DOO THE RIGHT THINGTUCSON'S DOO RAG MAKES THE BLUES ITS OWN WAY

    A van chugs into the parking lot. It is one of those mid-Eighties models with dark, vertical windows and frosted piping painted on the sides--the kind of van they made for happy American families on the go, but which you usually see driven by unkempt...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 23, 1994
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    WELCOM BACK, CARTERCARLENE CROSSES THE COUNTRY LINE AGAIN

    Those big, blue eyes sear out at you from the cover of the CD, smoldering, wicked and forgiving. The dirty-blond hair cascades below her rib cage, all tousled and just-woke-up. The lips, from the Mona Lisa school of innuendo, are a full stroke of red...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 23, 1994
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    TONY'S IS GASPING; A SCORPION SPEAKS - SCREED

    Things are not looking good for Tony's New Yorker Club. The Tempe nightspot has been on the critical list since last December, when owner Stuart Woltz filed for Chapter 11. "The ironic thing is, some of the things we've been doing in the last few mon...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 23, 1994
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    TRES CANADIANS - SCREED

    It's all set; the fix is in--I'm going to heaven for sure, and here's why: Last week I went to see Rush, but know this--I hate Rush. Some label person had sent me two free tickets, so I figured, why not? Why not give prog-rock one more chance? I grab...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 9, 1994
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    WONDERLUSTTHE WONDER STUFF--BRITAIN'S EMISSARIES OFPOP AND BILE

    It's not easy being a horse's ass. It certainly hasn't been easy for Miles Hunt. The lead singer and chief wise guy for England's alterna-pop band the Wonder Stuff has developed quite a r?sum? as a snotty, grade-A jerk. "I pay no attention to it, r...

    by Ted Simons on February 9, 1994
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    COFFEE WITH A KIRKWOODMEAT PUPPET CURT SITS DOWN AND SPEAKS OUT

    Across the street from a Valley golf course with winter-brown grass, behind a white wall that probably keeps in more than it keeps out, is the low-slung, spacious home of Curt Kirkwood. That's Curt Kirkwood--father of twins, fearless interviewee, m...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 9, 1994
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    CHUY'S REBORN, AND SO IS PATCH THE PIRATE - SCREED

    Writing this is not going to be easy. On the way down to the New Times command center this past, glorious Super Bowl Sunday, I drove through the drive-through at Omega Burger. Bacon cheeseburger, onion rings, soda; an American meal. Now here's the ...

    by Peter Gilstrap on February 2, 1994
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    YOU DON'Y KNOW DIDDLEY - BO CAME UP WITH THE BEAT, BUT HE DIDN'T GET THE BUCKS. NOW HE'S GOT A DREAM.

    You may think Bo Diddley's rich. You may think Bo Diddley inhabits a Jaggeresque world of limos, laughs and luxury. You may think his membership in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame secures him universal credit for his contributions to the music. If you...

    by Serene Dominic on February 2, 1994
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    STAND AND DELIVER - LATE BANDLEADER KENTON PUSHED LIMITS; HIS ALUMNI ARE STILL AT IT

    The rock n' roll lifestyle didn't drop from the sky with the appearance of the Rolling Stones, you know. Half a century of jazzmen and blues figures had already set the stage with their endless womanizing and love for needles, pills and bottles. An...

    by Dave McElfresh on February 2, 1994
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    POLTERGUEST - SCREED

    I ain't fraid uh no ghosts, and I proved it a few days ago in Bisbee, where the lovely Bettie and I spent the night in a bed and breakfast called the Oliver House. That's right, I'm gonna tell you about my weekend vacation. We'll get to music later, ...

    by Peter Gilstrap on January 26, 1994
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    POLTERGUEST - SCREED

    I ain't fraid uh no ghosts, and I proved it a few days ago in Bisbee, where the lovely Bettie and I spent the night in a bed and breakfast called the Oliver House. That's right, I'm gonna tell you about my weekend vacation. We'll get to music later, ...

    by Peter Gilstrap on January 26, 1994
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    CD ROMP - NEW RELEASES: YOU'VE SEEN 'EM IN STORES, NOW READ ABOUT 'EM

    Hotel X A Random History of the Avant-Groove (SST) From the capital of the Confederacy comes a quartet of white boys named Hotel X, venturing forth into the realm of cool jazz that goes with late nights and cigarettes like braces go with crooked ...

    by Various Contributors on January 26, 1994
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