Wednesday, February 21, 1990
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The Roches revel in
BY MARK WEBSTER
THE Roches are coming. In case you've been sheltered
by the stadium-rock bombast so predominant in the
'80s, they're a bohemia-born trio of sisters who have
recorded seven albums, earning them a loyal following.
They almost, but not quite, broke into the mainstream
in 1979 with their debut, The Roches.
The three have their own sound that mingles every-
thing from barbershop to doo-wop to polyphonic spiri-
tual music. Their humor is definitely weird and audi-
ences have many interpretations of Roches songs. "We
perceive things on many different levels," Suzzy
(rhymes with fuzzy), the youngest Roche, said. "We're
like complex carbohydrates - you have to chew them
carefully, but a lot more good things come out of it."
While conservative commercial trends in Reagan-
time have helped propagate mass popular music, The
Roches' audiences have been growing since the groups'
inception, said Suzzy. "Our whole career disproves that
audiences won't tolerate difference," she said. "People
are kind of starved to find out about things."
After a long interval between recordings, The Roches
have released a new album, Speak. "We held out for
years to make this one," Suzzy said. Their 1985 An-
otherWorld, was an artistic ruin. "That was a situation
where the record company (Warner Bros.) interfered with
the process of making the record," she said. Many of the
new songs have more musical sophistication, but the
band's trademark quirkiness remains. "Cloud Dancing"
swirls a spoof of a lover's fantasies with sweet and sur-
real vocalizations of true beauty. The quirks beneath the
surface can be wise cracks, or truthful laments beneath a
screen of bathos, as on "Losing Your Job.".
All three of the band members compose songs,
which vary distinctly in style as do their individual on-
stage performances. Terre, the middle sister, plays fine
lead guitar and sings the most impressively, in a clear
soprano. Maggie writes introspectively and sings in a
timbred alto, filling out the bottom range. Suzzy sings
alto soprano and entertains audiences between songs
with sometimes cutting humor. See ROCHES, page 8
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