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Hybrid Moments
Beck and Folk Implosion each improve on their formulas. [12-13-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Beat Poets
Dope beats from Handsome Boy Modeling School and Basement Jazz. [12-13-99]
— Bill Friskics-Warren, NASHVILLE SCENE

Live and Kicking
New live CDs offer insight into three legendary musicians' mastery. [12-07-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Global Concerns
Taj Mahal and Charlie Musselwhite travel the common ground between African and African American music. [11-29-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Ripe With Age
After decades of making music, jazz pianists Jay McShann and Horace Silver continue to thrive. [11-22-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Irish Spring
Two young, flashy, and talented Celtic musicians take Irish music into the modern era. [11-15-99]
— Michael McCall, NASHVILLE SCENE

Anarchy in the UK
New UK bands have yet to meet their potential, but offer interesting records nonetheless. [11-01-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Vocal Chords
Charlie Haden's Quartet West; Memphis jazz and blues reissues. [10-04-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Brattitude
Quasi and Bis, two young bands starting to grow up. [09-27-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Direct Contact
Julie Miller and Sarah Dougher prove that singer-songwriters still have something to say, lyrically and musically. [09-13-99]
— Bill Friskics-Warren, NASHVILLE SCENE

A Family Thing
The Isley Brothers get respectful treatment with new Legacy re-ish. [09-07-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Trailblazers
Two female bandleaders prove that jazz has untapped possibilities. [08-23-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Gold Sounds
New releases from American Analog Set and The Beta Band. [08-16-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Ill-Fitting Tributes
New albums pay tribute to Gram Parsons and Skip Spence--with typically mixed results. [07-26-99]
— Bill Friskics-Warren and Jonathan Marx, NASHVILLE SCENE

Don't Believe the Hype
Mixed results from the hype machine: Luscious Jackson and Red Hot Chili Peppers. [07-19-99]
— Ben Taylor, NASHVILLE SCENE

Lips, Inc.
Onetime indie rockers the Flaming Lips and Pavement mellow into rock 'n' roll maturity. [07-05-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Flowering Once More
Saxophonist Charles Lloyd resurfaces with his best LP in a while. [07-05-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Declarations of Independence
The resurgance of interest in free jazz, with new releases from the Art Ensemble of Chicago camp. [06-01-99]
— Ron Wynn, NASHVILLE SCENE

Rock Steady
Ready to rock: Lilys, Tom Petty, and Fountains of Wayne. [05-24-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

Modern Maturity
Paul Westerberg and Sebadoh, veering ever closer to the mainstream. [04-05-99]
— Noel Murray, NASHVILLE SCENE

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