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CLUBS Lth.srdaomu(uiy!¢-c[n5 prnpartor.L:o ronrpGr u[rd fircx e[ Lv mlcuablr [o , afl u/mnd ro o,rt[7nrs evrgnrrnnn[v) BnM Cns"s, -0 Laia;ette Ave, Rroo4kn 1I15- 636-i129) )an, ?0: cnocotnrE sEN/os I- V-iarc.4uthon. Ihampr.,n, a snnct.nu•r and voc2lis with a gift fur imanivv pununol nar- runce> eud an emmfunally keyctl-nD dvli- w, His bucking hand includc> thc ;guur, domntovn quitarrsr oREN atoroaw, Bowtvr B.uaaaM, b Dulana, St. t533-?ltll- Jan. 21: A niqht ot xreuming rock ond rall with San DieGos RocrEr rvor. rHE evr.r and New JerSeV R SWIN6m' NECKBREAKERS. Jan, 24: e+rnroNU. This Welsh quintet, featuring thc fetching lead sintier Cen, 3latihcrrr, spe- cializes in chirpy und mtdcmandin guitar rock. Jan. 25: Bcucr-thun-Uvevare cap with thc .luxats eROmses. FEZ, 380 Lafayettc SL. t533-i000)-Jan. 22; 1Te quiet and teholesome folk-pop oi wxo- CEnCE MlsmoN, a trio formed thirteen vcars ago by high-schonl friends frnm Lmuxer, Pennsylvaniu, The ethereal ~nice of lcirl singer Karen Peris summons up the halovon innocence ofAmeriua before the sixties. The Mosoz ere s<NO s[iit packs thzm in evcry Tnursday, Dimng. IR•ols PL.zs, 17 Irving P1., at .15th 5L (]1]- 66(m)-Jan, 19: An extcemely rare New York City club appearance by rountry singer mrnerl archivist ALAN .ueesoN, whose latcst album, "Under the Intlnence;' in- cludes such classics as "Pop a Top; ':Reve- nooer 6Lm," and "ICiss an Angel Good Mornin'." If you can't get to Nashville, this concen should be the next besc Ning.Jan. 22: mNK. METERS. Founded in the mid-sisties by keyboardist Ar[ Neville, this struc- tinE gumbo band is to New Orleans R. & H, what the YIGS are to Memphis soul-the real thing. oE hx 'z Pov Lu[u "9- - [.~ te it Yr-. 4 ?-' pne of rhr-hardvI-rvurAinq bm6up •irEUCn m the hudnenA . hur iillcd nnt uaclb boe ~ .•Nrh Matiet.a• .4rcthN Frankiin, Quinq'jonL+. Ouz Skauga and Luther t'andm•... Ilcr x:vm, uulful .nlce promi- to cha>c arr:- anY hint af "rmcr'+chilL K.Ir n F<cOr• 7.1 Lwm,vri 5t_ betvoon t3n,ml••t elChurch St, 1?ln_5055)=Chc New ForRaFcutal uf Eluctronic Compuser, and Impmaiscr±upctu Jan. t9 with thme oi ihe yenre',I crcnmrd. The di.ety-..-ight-year-old accardionEst and compu>cr va ou.EROs founded the Deep ListeninG mm'ement, an eahctic that pays equal attention to envl- rnnment:d •onnds and the tmnce-inducing mu ie Diiceras raunrs. She i joined by multi- .mcdia and mmputer innut:rtor uovroN sueor- 'S.vhasc widly ioiluenti:d 1967 album, ilcer Apples of the bloolr;' is credltod as the flrst electronic work commissloned by a recording campnny, and violinist mtl mini- matist composer ronr, roHR<u. Jan. 19: The ubiquitous prudueer nv o'ROUxKt joins pcr- cuesionist ex.xtEe K. Norts and electtlc harpist zzzNe r.RKINS, Jan, 20: Detroi[ techna rl.y CARL cvuc nnd 'aNAH sener and driends Jan. 21-22: solcloE, When the seminnt electro-punk duu of dLan Vep and Ivturtin Rev first began performing in the early sevendes, they were reviled as much as Nev were loved, mosrly as a result oI their coneover;ial, and conironu- tional, onstage demeanur. For some people, like the Cars' lead singec, R(c Ocnsek the band wns n re•relation; Ocasek pmducetl rhe band's 191: debut album and s[nger Vega's 1953 solo uuting, "S rum Strip:" Th u h the group is now mnsdy defunct, Suicide remains ay>resivelv annoying whenever they get togethee With Finnish electranica duo eAN soHrc Jan, 23: mE ntvsR .vrtES and m rooo close out the festival with a final night af bleeps, dvanes, and electmnic hummiRg, u M.xwrtL's, 1039 Rhshington Sl, 1'loboken (?Ot-infi-OJ06)-Jan. 19: RoeuEt FROM rHE :md rhe ewwcrH NECKSREASEer (,ce the 6mI Bnllruom). Ja .22: MAVK sIrzEL. Ilcst known as dre sawhilc Icadcr ui San Fran- .i.cn_. late and lamented American Nfusic Clul,, Eiael's bitten ctet sonyn"ftinG rnm- bme, a renderluin heart adrh bucket+ nf 1'mn PSII:• pnrtrv. His >olo coneerts zm u>ualh,tood ovdtout fnv the mar ducts. Rouro Bu, 375 Third Acc., ar '-3h St. ItiD.3- oi00r-J.m. 31: HANK wnuAMr nr jcins thc rumily business, croonin3 about drinking, cht•Ltine, and lostloves. `MEnANns, lot Hudwn St. (96h-4227 Ian. 11-22: The Soutimrn-flavored rack and rull nl the SCREAMtN CHEETAH WHEELIES. JAZZ AND STANDARDS BuuLnHe, 315 W, 44th St. t.5n1-30S0)-ian, 19-22; The sr.NLSVTaxvtxnNE qnintee. 1-uu iudCe a tenor snaophonist like Turrentine not by his virtunsity or his intention but be his ound-in this case, a huge, rounded c lling rard at rrarm, gnttS'oul, BLUE NorE, 131 ~i'. 3rd St., nesr Sisth Aee, 1+]5-8592>-Thruugh J:m, ?3: A'onlese, the pmctiee ofmnting lyvics to the melodies of recorded improvised ins¢umental solos, is an :rcquired mste-it's tan,ue-twisdng gih- bedsh m some, hlgh art to othecs. The dap- per mN HENOUCxs and the ele„rnt ANNre voss are just about the best practitioners of the lechnique, having put it on the map with their legendary triq Lambcrt. Elendricks, and Ross, and rhey're keepin¢ the aadrtion ali•-e in hi,Jt st,y4e. Din[ng. FEWSTEIN'S AT THE REGENCr, 5A0 Park As'e.. '.1t 61st St. (339-4095)-Jan, 19-Feb. 14: The ronN nzzARSw trio, with special guesl. nacvr rrtz.xtLU. John Pizzarelli is an sceedingb tsicn[ed singer, guitarist, and bundleader; his father, Buckg on the other hand, is the acknowledged master of the seven-string The Bose~Acoustic Wave music system is quite advanced. Pick up the rlcousuc \X/ave` musir s'srcm'S Ye,~ so easY po gTas~,. uchite or graphite gray. And, cou can ordcr remore and yon'll bc able m contml mnm- l. L .1C) it directh trom 8ase, rhe mosr respected Elling sound Irom y-our favorite cl)nir. Sound so nch and full you'll name in sound. 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12 wmE, ,m im[rummI L hu hus played aluq;>idc 4 ~urh urtist, n. Bunn. Gundman und Stcphunc Gruppelli, d,. a gucst w-ith John ', trin (which aL-u includes unuther wq S6rtiq on ha,nl Pizzxrelli ptr, rrill displav his quituc artistn'. F'athcr, Iuni, and triu pinoist ltaY fiemedy all lure the -ere:n Tln Pon alley reperloire. und nzn seithaut u,Immmcr in sight thi, iuur.ume wfll hua• na pruhlem e..inqlm[ thc paint uti thc welb a( thi; ncss dub. RRestco Ceri, JoS \l,-lnth Jt i586-03a11- Jan. 21: o:ttr SratreN. "fhe san uf the Rrmd1.u.di.v Elxinc Stritch rnme to ooticc Io thc varl>- ciy,tlcs us the bottom third "I thu ancvl taln Diuntgomcrv, Plant, und S-tritch. The group broke up~ln 1990, but Stritch pnnevcred as nn unusnally adrnit sinqlvy pimisr and an arranger tmost sPUCmcularls ior Liza hdimrelli). IRiowu, 48 W". 03111 St. (582-2121)-Thmugh jun. 23: The .rre IwNI w.m xextec Pmbably the ust respected aod in-demand mnfn- strcum jazz dmmmer. Wa[ts has pnwered [he bands of nea Slanalis bmthers, ~Vynton and Bmnford, although his allegiance re- mun, wlth Ihe lauec W:uc'a live band fct- [ures sa.mphonia RAn cotTR.Ne. Dlondays belo0, to clc[trio-gnitar innovator LES IAllt. KnnnNG FACrORr, 74 Leonard SL, between Broadway and Church SL (219-3055}- Jan. 19: Singer xoaw roRe's deeer cont7a- [ions of iconic pop, jazz, gospel, and whut- have-you are inyeniuus, but her affecung originals are what truly expose the quirky strength of this extravagant utlent. Jan, 20-23: MARIO v.voxe'r Na TRIO. As one of the components of the late Thomas Chupin s popular trio, bassist Paoove is an old hand ar tight-knit impmvisatlon. H{s awn band features the rousing drummer Men wn50N and pmntiL YETER MADSEN, but Pawne's sofc spot for horns-Irls u recardin8s burst with thick born charts n is sterting to shom. His special guests for this engugement include the superior reeds player MARTV EHRLICH, a frequent presence on Paronei albums, on Jan. 20; 5axa'hnnC wlZnrd aEORGE GARIONE On Jan, 21-22; and tmmpeter e.ut suovEx on Jan. 23. yILLAGE yANGYA110, 178 Seventh Ave. S., at Ilth 51 (255-4)311-Thrnugh ]an, 23: TeRt rxOYMiON, The V4MGaARU JAZ2 GXCxESTNA hnldt aruy un >fondays. ZINC Bne, 90 R'. How•tan SG (4]]133f)f- R9rether bluainc tunk-force tenor sax with the >fingus Bi; Bvrd, nr making lyrical sketches an a YCip Hunrahnn recording, JOHN nuensnrtD there Jan. 18-19) can be counted nn to make music that is at anee intelligent and impassiuned.. Saturdays und Sundays teawre Brazilian jars., AftT MUSEUMS AND LI9RARIES METRO>our.N Musruu, pifth Av9. at S?nd Se, (8]9-5500)-"Onlv the Best," the title af 'tn eshibitiun oi efght_v works imm the Gulbenkian \Icseum in Lisbon. may sound like fatuaus P-R., but the show mukes wal nn itr prumise, The founder of the cullectiun, the Armenian oil maenate C.douate Svkie Gulbenkian (1869-1955), known as Mr. Five Percent for the [ee he retnined fur helping zuuganfGe pfl cumpa- nles in the Middle Easq began collecting as a rhild, starting with antique ouins by the 6me uf hi, death he had amas,ed a princelv trnce ai v•nrly sx thousand wnrk, of arr, from nco ancient Ezyptians m the Impressioniso. Gulbenkian didn't have an ad.eniuruus eye, but he certainly hml c di: crimmslmt une. The sharvs many highliqhN include anamples of DlinC poree- lain, Turk6h tnrp~P. ::ml mcom ~iker, aa :wll a, ex::epuvnal pnmank by 1Vauu:ut, Fm,ununL Rul•ra•, Guimbncnu_b. Turnur, and VancL fi-alntu•t u relief tu find a icw piera-, rach u- b1:mQ life-tive ,tuwe ni dpnllo bv Nuudnn, tbat ure ,econd-mte, Through Feb. ?1....9 From Elcu Preslcy's t;old lume auil 'dsiblv mrn at the knees, to THE NEW YORI(ER, JANUARY 24..2000 lho zzritd ,artorial inep.,a[ium of 1lick. sprina•tetn-Thruueh lfardt 19....9 Choq Diana, and Snnny, "Roek S[yle" at da 5culhan Paper," Thmuqh %furch 1?. plpe-„ Custume Institute nffers an aduring hI'F\'- Tue.duy. thmugh Sundays, 0:30 to 5:30, ane .cyle •.alk dm.n Golden Oldie Lane. Among Friday and Saturday evenins until n.l thcnntabicuutfit,,i,themagnificentlyw'eirrl Maceur. er MenenN ARq 11 R'. i3rrl St. t70£- jumpsuit ot yuflted vin91 vnrn by David 9+80i ' Slodern Surt.:'camprises three Bowic tor hi, "Zbc, Stardust" touc. De- shows featuring w'urkt drnwn iunm SfOkLA's TABLES FOR TWO WILD BwE, One World Trade Center, 107th Fl. (,524-Y107) dwp Nlanhattan's tallest landmark, y'ou namrully espect fireworks, harrowing views, and a crowd fresh from Liberty Island. Butit's aha a place where chef hlichael Lomonaco runs a serivus restauranc with nn theme and no specta- cle-in fact, barely any identity at all. It's a scheme that wvrks: interesting cuts of ineat and fowl, boldly reasted, with VEry little tampering. ls7tat's listed as the Daily Game Dish, as if it were merely the saup af the day, is [he heart of the menu, and fmm Y illed elk chops w Scottish wood pigeon it's I caolced with aplumb. On the regular ros- ter, the T-honc Lmb clmps with poblano Romesco sa snnd out, and Tuesday nipt's roast sudding pig has crisp, cmcklinz skm and mnder meat thst's motTh jtVegling your schedule foe When Lumonaco shaws off, though, he stumbles. 0n u-ecent night, the Ivlaine lobster arrived misambly overdone, in a ruby-port-and-s-eal glaze suitable for meat but not for am' sea crenturo; an appetizer called Fois Gras and Black Truffle Stuffed Pig Tror:er-i.e., foot-turned our to he a creepc .-elatinoas mess vuti d eat only on a dare. Some af the othcr stnrtere are shuky, toa. T;e Rich Shellfish Broth with Sea Srwllop Ravioli seemed sadly impaverislaed, for example. But when the kitchen sticks to the fine-ingredienrs-left- alone plan, as •rith the yellowtafl carpoc- i o und the nild mushraom salad, the ve- sults are inrpeccrble. The encvclopedic wine list provides the nne note af trae ezuberance. Its thirtv- three p:yes inclcde an especially strong list of Culifornia w'i:es to filt the Food'a Bta[e- s(de focus, For dessett, instead of some ar- chi[cctoniq muitialc-fudge collision, it3 simplicity;Le•airu a deudpan ehucolate c ke made with :chaffen Bcrger chocolate from San Franc:eca. Atmosphere-aise, the Cnlifornia-cruftsman coziness seems pre- cious aiter the hundced-and-seven-smry- rocket vide h uke m get bere. None of Wild Bluc's flnw- avill mnueq thoqyh, If yuu can secure ane of the five windmr tables wi[h a ne•rof the vast black vcls'et -wccp of Ye, York tlarbor, its ships and bridges and rbe Smtuc of Liberty ahght. (Open Rlondny; through Saturdays fur dinner. Entree> S2i-$28.) signed by Ii.mme 1:tmamom but clearly in- ,pired by eauly Frank Stella, it's a sort oi theutrically nr-maphraditic inramudon of ,ixtiLro minim:di'n. Othur, hlghlighcinelude &eme, mzdr t:vm turVUnisu naJiclt ieather- IChcrl :md ruur biarle, IDehorah Harry:, ahmK rcith \[aevnmi v cver-Proracathe ptn- nucled hndicen :lfter sn much guudIDess, the real shocker i• a mwmequin dresed, in retail panncl arvl black dcnim, as Bmcr permanent collectton. ull tucus,ed nn the 7 v~ao 1580-1920. "PCOpIy' runs thu,uct, I Fc6. 1, "Plnce:' and Thing:i' thruuu-. >[mdIt 14. IOpen Saturd:p-> thruuch Tuc•- Fridnu-., dup, :md Thursdays, 10:30 to 5:45: 1050 w S:6. t GuoGSxxr,M MusEUM, Fitth Aee, at 89th St, h23-v00i-Seleaione from the permanenc collecnon are un displap, l0pen Sunduy throuph Wednesdays, 9 m o; Fridays anc Sumrdas, 9 w 8.1 Wx,u,Er MuzeuM OF AMERICAN Axr, Madianr: Ave. at -,5th St, (i10-351e,-Pan n.n u ^The dmerican Centun" i: a vast improve- ment ucer its predecessur 1.11 nut just he- a-c Ameriam ' t gthered momenmc afte' the Second World R'ar, The e,ebibifioa design, as a whole, is clearev film clip> und "historical" displays haie been segrequtec to small side raoms so tht~<' don't rmm~et= direaly with the nenrly secen hundred ac worke. On the upper Boors, vrator Lisa Phillip,= succeeds in makin, a familiar stnn- fre'sh, The Abstract Expre-iunist gallcry is strong, and the appearance of a Chuck Close purtrait in a room decoted to mini- malism is smartly provocative. Only in the later ruoms do the skewed priurities and omissions begin to become apparent, Fmne this show you could Iearn n lut about sit- ums ur the seventies, but ou nnuld nevec know, for example, that che decade wio- nessed a sivenificant recival of representa- tional painting. The exhibition ends with a •eh(mper can the nineties really have been thi.s sterile? Through Feb. 13, (Open Tues- days, Wednesdays, and Fridnys through Sundays, 11 to 6; Thurzdas, 1 to 3.) / WxnNSr Musruw, Pxrur MoeuS, 120 Park dve.. at 42nd St (818-25501-Lee Boroson= "Underpass" is a brigho-hlue, nearly weiglit- lesa public sculpture thac rises from fourteen feet at its lowes't point tu a full height oi :nore thsn forty feet and hmers above the lean' corpamte atrium. At 6rstAlance, it laaks smn- nincly guuiy, like a crms I:,:veen an air mat- tres± ntd a freeavy claver.uaE But iCS als,. ,lyJy aite-specific the flop:z central trnjeo- tnry af the piece ecAoes thut of the oc¢mi highwuc rump fihe Grand Cenval Staunn overpassl visible outside the atrium window. Svtkinz and yet Flamboyanic harmless, this Bmbdinenagian crib tay pmclaims Burasorn the cheerful alternatice to Richard Serra. Through lfaren 17, IOpen.ceekdays, 11 to 6 f and Tiursday evenings uncl 750,1 AaicAn MusEUw or NAruRAr. Hsroxr, Cen- tmI Park 4V. at ]9th St. :.b9-51001-.Va- tiana[ Oeogmphic meets the Eat Ciiluge in "Budy drL %Iarks ot Iden:in;' mhieh tea- mres Pre-COlombian no_r ornamenrs fuum Peru ne.a to contemporari photographs o: dre pierced and [attoued~:utires oi Snr' York and San Fr nci,ca Through >fay ?9. IOpen duily. 10 ul 5:45, md Fdday and Sao- urdar ecenings' until 8.5.: 9eooscrs MussuM or ARr. Eistent Parkwa, 1418-u,:5-5000J"Eu+tmua Johnsnn: Paintine Amerint' is a fascinatiog mttipeatice e.mi- bi[ion, the first in mure tian twenn'-five Lronrz, of Winslow Homec: 'sveate>t vical. Thmugh Feb. ti. (0pen R'ednesdays thraugh Fddays, 10 m 5: Samrda>~ and ?undays. il to 6.r 0. CENTER FON rHr AMiS, :a8 W22nd St. :989-sid6l-The open-tapped glnss hotee that Dan Graham ha; •nr-ed nn the rooi here ie eve-caRhing to bu=in with, but ICt pxnicularly bcau[iiul rahen seen iram the cnnnno, ot a.mall nr:L_- that Rodne) Grnh,m•, Ino relationt 3a- insmlled about thirp' i~,<ce aa'ay. Cln.ins iau Dunc'n'- door rreatc- a dark :mtl inlim:nc ramcrJ-obscura erieet, >u thut lhe ivra:,n.• oi the tranaparca: •culpwre and the Re•t Cheheu skyline hevnml appears on the mnc- hack wall-~rt Icast undl ume nthcr ditor+.umWa, iaw dm 2083513925

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