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Q101 Jamboree 1997
Moby

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May 25, 1997

The New World
Music Theatre

Tinley Park, IL

A Review and Photos by
The Dude on the Right
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While a lot of the late-comers were still stuck in line waiting to get through the security checkpoints, I was in, I was ready, I was psyched, and I didn't know why. In all of my years of listening to music, and trying to keep that list as varied as possible, I have never heard anything from Moby. All I knew was something about techno, and he supposedly has a rock album out. Hmmm. Then Zoltar, one of the Q101 radio dudes there, introduced Moby, and this psychotic, energetic, and working the early crowd to the hilt, dude comes out, starts banging on everything in sight, and some really cool music starts filling the Tinley Park air with every strike. I am now becoming enlightened by music that would be Moby, and know that I'll be

checking out his slot the next time I'm in the CD store. Fusing techno dance music with a rock-like quality, I was totally impressed at the energy this guy put forth, and Moby has at least one new fan.

As far as the songs he played, well, not knowing anything from him previously, I will say that he did one hell of a cover of "Paranoid" from Black Sabbath. All I know is that the body-surfers were surfin', the crowd was getting into it, and Moby was a great way to start the day. TWO THUMBS UP for Moby.
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