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Mick Jagger produced a cut on
the album, and I asked Calhoun what
ti was like to work with him.
"Jagger was into our music, there
was no superstar attitude. He was
like a fifth member of the band."
Calhoun mentioned how the
group's album had just been taken
over by Madonna. "Madonna's
Madonna, you can't argue with
that," he said.
As to influences, the band listens
to as much music as they possibly
can from Anthrax, Robert Palmer
and Shinehead, among others. They
also especially like to listen to a lot
of international music, but mainly
they just listen to music- a lot of
music and all kinds of it.
For those of you lucky enough to
get tickets for this Friday, hold on to
your seats, because with Corey
Glover's emotional singing, fused
with Vernon Reid's burning guitar
mayhem, and a rhythm section
compromised of Calhoun on drums
and Muzz Skillings that will simply
knock you out, you~ll get your
money's worth and then some.
Although the album may have
taken a little while to gain some
attention, Living Colour is on the
edge of becoming a legendary group,
and is very quickly gaining the
momentum to get there. U
Living Colour will be at the
Michigan Theater tonight at 8 p.m.
Tickets are $16.50.
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himself put it, "Everyone has got to
have 'the look' to make the best la-
bel deal, a video, etc. I don't care
about that." In this sad age of the
video artist, the sale of music is by
accompaniment with undulating fe-
maleflesh. Artists who rely on sound
spend a lot of time in the small
rooms, playing ...
I knew it. You're proselytizing.
You're another pseudo-hip moron
sitting in a closet full of Chess reis-
sues only opening the door to throw
journalistic pot-shots in a pathetic
effort to convince yourself that
you're more hip than the rest of us.
Why do I read this paper?
Hey, it's free. As I was saying...
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