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    Best Noise Band - Brain Transplant

    Much like guacamole-flavored potato chips, the music of Brain Transplant don't hardly make no sense to regular folk. You can try to stuff the pigeon into the hole, but you're just going to end up with a mess of blood, feathers and splintered bone. Ac...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best Blues Artist - Bennie Smith

    There was a time, long ago, when blues guitar was about simplicity and soul instead of Stevie Ray Vaughan wankery. We might not remember that period, but Bennie Smith does. Smith played with luminaries such as Chuck Berry and Ike and Tina Turner as t...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best Rock Radio Program - The Wayback Machine KDHX (88.1 FM)

    On his Web site, Jeff "Kopper" Kopp, the DJ of KDHX's Wayback Machine, claims to play a lot of different music on his show: "'60s garage/psych-punk, '70s proto-punk, instrumental surf/hot rod, frantic R&B, mod, freakbeat, beer-soaked frat rock, broke...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best Jazz Artist - John Norment

    Some jazz musicians stay inside, expertly navigating the changes while inventing fresh new melodies on the spot. Others go outside, discarding the boundaries of harmony and stretching music into pure sound with a restless yearning to grab the whole w...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best Lounge Act - Tony Viviano

    "Hi, folks, how you doing? Good to see you. Come on in, there's a table right over there. And now, I'd like to do one of my very favorite songs. This one goes out to all you couples out there." Defined in our imagination by the artistry of Sinatra, B...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best Jazz Radio Program - Jazz with Bob Parlocha WSIE (88.7 FM)

    Whether you're driving home from work or a gig or a date along a near-deserted highway, propelled by an urgent walking bass and ride cymbal, or sitting in a third-floor walkup lamenting lost love to the moody musings of a tenor sax, the hours after m...

    on September 24, 2003
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    Best R&B Artist - Oliver Sain

    As a saxophonist, keyboard player, composer, arranger, bandleader, producer, engineer and entrepreneur, Oliver Sain has worked with, influenced and mentored literally hundreds of musicians over the years. The Mississippi native who came to St. Louis ...

    on September 24, 2003
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    The Kids Aren't Alright - Drugs could have saved the world from Black, Black Ocean

    Drugs have always been linked to mutations and advancements in popular music. Take pot. As early as 1909, the use of marijuana by jazz musicians in New Orleans' red-light district enabled band members to ignore the fatigue brought on by long hours of...

    by John Goddard on September 17, 2003
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    Clean Living - Chris Duarte has kicked addiction, but he still has the blues

    The comparisons were immediate: Chris Duarte was the new Stevie Ray Vaughan. The latter had been dead for four years when Duarte's first proper album appeared in 1994, and fans of the late blues giant were still looking for a suitable replacement. Du...

    by J. Konkel on September 17, 2003
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    Donna the Buffalo - Wednesday, September 24; Mississippi Nights

    When Donna the Buffalo performs at Mississippi Nights next Wednesday, it's entirely possible the band won't play a single song from their most recent release, Wait 'Til Spring. If they do, the songs won't sound anything like the recorded versions. Th...

    by Steve Pick on September 17, 2003
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    Cave-In - Sunday, September 21; Mississippi Nights

    Cave-In is a stellar band, both literally and metaphorically. By taking the crunchy aggression of metal and the melody of emo, adding textures and tricks and then turning the whole thing inside out, they have created a unique yet recognizable sound. ...

    by Erik Alan Carlson on September 17, 2003
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    Elizabeth McQueen with the Jeff Lazaroff Band - Friday, September 19; Off Broadway

    Music geeks are so easy. Yeah, we sit in the corner and scoff at mainstream American males for worshipping fake-breasted blondes for their looks alone. But put a non-threatening pixie with cat-eyed glasses and a guitar on stage, and watch the guys in...

    by Jordan Harper on September 17, 2003
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    June Carter Cash - Wildwood Flowers (Dualtone)

    Wildwood Flower's liner notes are reason enough to recommend the final recording by June Carter Cash, who died unexpectedly of complications from heart surgery in April. Penned by stepdaughter and songwriter Rosanne Cash, they eulogize Carter Cash as...

    by Laura Bond on September 17, 2003
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    Appleseed Cast - Two Conversations (Tiger Style)

    Ah, that precious post-alternative gunk, anthems penned by soft boys with bright eyes and dashboard confessionals on their minds: emo. Emotional. Evocative. Derivative. Emo. Whereas there were originators like Sunny Day Real Estate's Jeremy Enigk, wh...

    by Abigail Clouseau on September 17, 2003
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    My Morning Jacket - It Still Moves (ATO Records)

    On its third full-length and first for a major label, Louisville, Kentucky's My Morning Jacket mostly keeps to its formula for country-fried rock, dirty barroom riffs and leisurely paced acoustic folk. Lead singer Jim James's reverb-drenched vocals a...

    by Jeff Skruck on September 17, 2003
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    David Bowie - Reality (ISO/Columbia)

    At this late date, only the acolytes await the latest Bowie release, the casual fan having been waved off long ago by slow sell-backs masquerading as Low comebacks every few years. Bowie will never be as artistically rewarding as he was during the '7...

    by Robert Wilonsky on September 17, 2003
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    Jeff Buckley - Live at Sin- (Columbia)

    The late Jeff Buckley (1966-1997) was a singularly amazing vocalist -- a trait shared with his father, avant-folk troubadour Tim Buckley (1947-1975). Like his dad, Buckley could purr like a jungle cat, sigh like a Delta bluesman, improvise like a jaz...

    by Mark Keresman on September 17, 2003
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    Spiritualized - Amazing Grace (Sanctuary)

    Following 2001's overblown Let It Come Down, which featured more than a hundred musicians and grandiose string, horn and choir arrangements, Spiritualized main man Jason Pierce decided that his group's next album would follow a more stripped-down, ba...

    by Todd Hutlock on September 17, 2003
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    Sounds Around Town - Week of September 17, 2003

    Marty Abdullah & the Expressions: Michon's Barbecue & Fish, Sun.; Hadley's, Thu. Willie Akins: Spruill's, Sat. Tim Albert: Hammerstone's, Mon. All Over the Road: Trueman's Place, Fri. Irene Allen: Griffin's, Wed. Amy Allison & N...

    on September 17, 2003
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    Southern Gothic - The Drive-By Truckers are bruised, battered and almost famous

    The Drive-By Truckers spent six years making Southern Rock Opera, their monumental 2001 song cycle about Lynyrd Skynyrd, adolescence and the mixed legacy of the South. They wrote the songs in the back of their cramped tour van, working from singer/gu...

    by Matthew Everett on September 10, 2003
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