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  • Common: One Day It'll All Make Sense

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    Common: One Day It'll All Make Sense

    Common One Day It'll All Make Sense Relativity IN THIS DAY and age, indicting a rap artist for gratuitous braggadocio is akin to faulting a jazz soloist for free-form improvisation. Folks should know by now that self-promotion is fundamental ...

    by James Diers on October 15, 1997
  • Modest Mouse: The Lonesome Crowded West

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    Modest Mouse: The Lonesome Crowded West

    Modest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded West Up TAKING A LOOK over Modest Mouse's deep discography, one starts to wonder whether these Seattle boys have ever had "real" jobs. This is their second LP (and their second one to clock in around 70 minut...

    by Jessica Hopper on October 15, 1997
  • Barbara Manning: 1212

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    Barbara Manning: 1212

    Barbara Manning 1212 Matador BARBARA MANNING WOULD make a hell of a baby-sitter. She can sing a line such as "there's nothing to grow up for anymore" like she's lulling a newborn babe to sleep. When she yells, "Evil! Evil!" it's easy to envis...

    by Michaelangelo Matos on October 15, 1997
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    Three For All

    SCORE ONE FOR El Nio: When quality local music rains, it pours. Several notable CD-release fetes are going on this weekend. At the top of the heap is a party thrown by February, who on Saturday proudly unveil their finest recorded moment, Tomorrow...

    by Simon Peter Groebner on October 15, 1997
  • Music of Chance - Keepin' It In Da Family: St. Paul-based free-jazz collective the Mafia prepares for a hit.

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    Music of Chance - Keepin' It In Da Family: St. Paul-based free-jazz collective the Mafia prepares for a hit.

    "AT THE TURF Club a couple of weeks ago, we set up a lamp, and Ethan got this huge atlas from the library and set it by a chair on the stage." So explains Sharon Baker, bassist for local free-jazz outfit the Mafia. "That was the 'time out' chair," ...

    by Christina Schmitt on October 15, 1997
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    Homegrown Wake Celebrates More Than 10 Years of Music

    The Turf Club hosted a memorial service for "Homegrown" on Friday night. After more than a decade on the air at a pair of stations (KQRS initially; then the-late Drive 105), the program hosted by Mei Young and David Campbell no longer has a home. The...

    @ Gimme Noise by Paul Demko on February 24, 2008 @ 1:20 pm
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    Critic's Notebook: Hyderabad House

    I grew up in Madison, WI, understanding only about four different kinds of cooking: home cooking (lasagna, casseroles, chicken and green beans), Door County lodge food (fish fry or fish boil, cherry pie, ice cream cream puffs) German food (bratwurst ...

    @ Gimme Noise by James Norton on February 22, 2008 @ 10:00 am
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    Daniel Ellsberg: Beyond the Pentagon Papers

    Daniel Ellsberg gave the White House and world quite a shock in 1971 when he leaked 7,000 classified pages of a Defense Department report outlining the full extent of the U.S. role in Vietnam to The New York Times. The documents revealed that the fed...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on February 22, 2008 @ 7:00 am
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    Chef Shack Preview

    Damn, it's cold outside, which means it's a great time to start thinking about summer. I'm really looking forward to the reappearance of Chef Shack, which serves up some of the Twin Cities' best street food. I was lucky enough to catch Lisa Carlson a...

    @ Gimme Noise by Rachel Hutton on February 21, 2008 @ 5:55 pm
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    There's a Griot goin' on

    WHAT WOULD HAPPEN to hip hop if the beats that surround it like the earth's atmosphere were suddenly ripped from the music's foundation? What you'd be left with is thought--thought that gets verbalized. Call it freestylin' if you can't let it go. O...

    by Keke Zulu on October 8, 1997
  • R.I.P. Indie Rock, 1990-1996

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    R.I.P. Indie Rock, 1990-1996

    various artists What's Up Matador Matador SAYS MY EDITOR: "No one will ever give a fig about indie rock again, mark my words. Zero figs. It's all gonna be black or electronic, or both, or Jewel or all three. The whole honky lot will return to...

    by Jon Dolan on October 8, 1997
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    Border Beats

    Control Machete Mucho Barato Polygram Discos Molotov Donde Jugaran Las Nias Surco Fists in the air: symbols of the movement, el charro is ready, the machete, the beginning --"Unete Pueblo" by Control Machete UP UNTIL A couple of mo...

    by Josh Kun on October 8, 1997
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    Surprise Tapes n Tapes Show Tonight

    Tapes Inc. will be playing a surprise show at the Turf Club tonight, according to Big Hassle Media. They'll be performing songs from their new album, Walk It Off. Vampire Hands and the Blind Shake open, plus it's only 5 bucks. Doors at 9pm. Sounds aw...

    @ Gimme Noise by Sarah Askari on February 21, 2008 @ 11:09 am
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    Introducing A la Carte

    When I began chatting with City Pages about food writing, I was concerned that my own style of dining (which leans toward "humble" some of my favorite meals have involved beer-boiled bratwurst, authentic tacos, or old-school slices of pizza) might ...

    @ Gimme Noise by James Norton on February 20, 2008 @ 11:04 am
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    The Dish on Dish

    Sometimes the truth sounds too much like an Onion headline: Food Critic's Parents Celebrate Valentine's Day at Pearson's. When I found out that Mom and Dad spent the most romantic evening of the year at a place known for its 1970s decor, Cadilac-driv...

    @ Gimme Noise by Rachel Hutton on February 20, 2008 @ 9:51 am
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    Greg Marshall: 20 Years of Putting Cameras on Animals

    Marine biologist Greg Marshall was scuba diving in Belize in 1986 when he saw a small fish hitching a ride from a shark simply by sucking onto its back. Marshall was inspired by what that smaller fish would get to witness by being attached to the sha...

    @ Gimme Noise by Ben Palosaari on February 20, 2008 @ 9:00 am
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    Extended Interview: Greg Laden Discusses Evolution and Cuisine

    CP: You believe that cooking played a crucial role in human evolution and human interaction. Can you briefly explain your logic behind this? GL: It's a little hard to explain, because when you think about things that happened millions of years a...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jessica Armbruster on February 19, 2008 @ 12:52 pm
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    A naked, crashing, crying kind of gravity

    The presidential aspirations of Hillary Clinton have forced an American conversation about gender. But where that conversation is loudest--among the talking heads on the major television news networks--it is also the most inane. And it is without gra...

    @ Gimme Noise by Jeff Severns Guntzel on February 19, 2008 @ 9:38 am
  • Jon B / Usher

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    Jon B / Usher

    Jon B Cool Relax Yab Yum/550 Music Usher My Way LaFace BABYFACE IS THE most influential force in commercial soul music since Berry Gordy because he loves women--and the female part of himself--so completely that it permeates every flawl...

    by Britt Robson on October 1, 1997
  • Oasis: Be Here Now

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    Oasis: Be Here Now

    Oasis Be Here Now Epic MY FAVORITE '90s rock image: the fade-away overhead shot of a suburban room with wall-to-wall carpet. The shot is inhabited by a (resolute? obsessed? bored? transfixed?) guy hunched over a boom box beside a clutter of ...

    by Laura Sinagra on October 1, 1997
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