The Hills Are Alive 

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Family folk may seem very kind of "whirling-on-a-Swiss-mountaintop," but The Bowmans' songs have a little more stuff going on. Sure, there are singing girls with tambourines, but there's something very seductive about the sound, about the voices, that doesn't seem unwholesome, but sure doesn't seem entirely innocent, either. And that's a better family to spend time with. They play with Greenland, Fuck If I Know and J. Seger Friday, March 30, at 8 p.m. at Gallery5. $5. 644-0005. S

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