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Rock Notes

Vernon Reid won't be hiding behind Masque

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / May 14, 2004

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For Vernon Reid, life is all about the edges. It's about pursuing individuality at any cost, which Reid has done whether playing with Living Colour (which opened the Rolling Stones' "Steel Wheels" tour), collaborating with the Roots and Carlos Santana, producing tracks for James "Blood" Ulmer and Salif Keita, or serving as the driving force behind his new band, Masque, ... (Full Article: 730 Words)

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