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Knight-Ridder/Tribune News Service
Entertainment Budget for Tuesday, August 3, 1999
KRT News Desk: 202-383-6080
Entertainment Editor: John Price, 202-383-6083
KRT Photo Service: 202-383-6099
KRT Graphics Network: 202-383-6064
The following story is recommended for weekend use:
NOSTALGIA:DA_Never mind the driving beats of rap and techno or the frothy melodies of teen-pop: The most powerful forces in music today are the warm, fuzzy memories fueled by oldies. ``People are always telling me, `Our first child was conceived to ``Feel Like Makin' Love'' in the back of the car,''' says singer Paul Rodgers, who recently reunited with Bad Company. ``And I have a great respect for the nostalgia of these songs. ... The memories run so deep they become a part of people's lives, even today.'' But those deep-rooted memories of a first kiss or a first car are making it increasingly hard for new bands to get their songs heard. 1100 Thor Christensen.
WOODSTOCK:PH_Bootlegs recordings from Woodstock '99 are on sale already, with the official release soon to follow. 700 Daniel Rubin. AT-RISK. ARCHIVE PHOTOS of Woodstock '99 available on KRT Direct and PressLink Online