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Entertainment Weekly (5/23/97, p.65) - "...Russell's dramatic, self-important baritone can be grating, but his finest work would get the nod from Woody Guthrie himself." - Rating: B22.52763

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JazzTimes (pp.80-81) - "The bassist ends the concert with his unaccompanied composition 'Air,' proving that his innovation extends beyond his customized instrument."0.4689107

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JazzTimes (3/02, pp.80-81) - "...Pickens leans to the bluesy side with busier rhythms and thundery attack, while classically trained MPartland's sentimental approach leaves lots of space..."0.4102968

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JazzTimes (7-8/02, p.91) - "...A first-rate album..."NAPRA Review (09-10/02, pp.80-81) - "...Much of the album is toe-tappingly upbeat, and even the mellower tracks possess an element of fun that keeps this album lively and a pleasure to hear..."0.351683

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Living Blues (9-10/95, pp.80-81) - "...Witty and meditative in turn; resonant with gutbucket blues energy as well as autumnal tenderness: dexterous and innovative, despite the occasional lapses--this set is the equivalent of spending an evening in a great bluesman's living room, passing around a jug and listening to the man summon wisdom and life from his soul, his fingertips, and his ivories..."0.2930692

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Entertainment Weekly (11/27/98, pp.80-81) - "...Sounding tight, well rehearsed, and utterly professional, Tyler, Joe Perry, and the gang bound energetically from one hit to another....For all their creative ups and downs, these geezers can still summon up more nerve and verve than a box of matchbox 20s." - Rating: BQ (12/98, p.114) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...Twenty years on the re-formed and reformed rockers have produced a second heavyweight double-live set, recorded between 1993 and 1998, yet reprising many of the best songs from Live Bootleg..."0.2344553

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Spin (1/99, pp.116-118) - 9 (out of 10) - "...[OMD's] pitiless singles compilation is kind of inspiring. It suggests that fabulous constructions never die--they just end up occupying space in our pop landscape like great buildings..."Entertainment Weekly (12/11/98, pp.80-81) - "Not as witty as the Pet Shop Boys, as kinetic as Yazoo, or as melodramatic as Soft Cell, OMD did help birth the concept of the synth-pop duo, and at their best...sounded like a cross between Bobby Vinton and Kraftwerk..." - Rating: B0.2344553

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Rolling Stone (11/14/96, pp.114-116) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) "...still highlighting urban blight but not drowning in despair and hopelessness....the Roots are not afraid to take rap to places it's never been. Hip-hop manifested for the new millenium..."Spin (1/97, p.59) - Ranked #20 on Spin's list of the "20 Best Albums of '96."Spin (10/96, p.130) - 9 (out of 10) - "...Discarding the two-dimensional shuffle B-Boys have been doing of late, the moves on this album holler equal parts glee, anger, love, and hate....It's an artistic progression, and added confirmation of the Roots' place at hip-hop's vanguard."Entertainment Weekly (9/27/96, pp.80-81) - "...the Roots prove doubters wrong with bugged-out rhymes and jazzy live instrumentations....with guests like Q-Tip, D'Angelo and jazz diva Cassandra Wilson, the Roots will have `fans listenin' from Michigan to Switzerland'...in no time." - Rating: A-Alternative Press (2/97, p.68) - 3 (out of 5) - "...the Roots built a disc that takes listeners on a patient, freestyle rhyming trip through some of their psyches' darker streets..."Vibe (10/96, p.138) - "...the Philly crew bob and weave past potential sophomore slump with the vigor of a sprightly Smokin' Joe Frazier....ILLADELPH HALFLIFE also attempts to expand the Roots' sound by blending samples and inviting guest vocalists..."The Source (10/96, p.117) - 4.5 Mics (out of 5) - "...an emotional and spiritually-fulfilling aural experience....the Roots blend vibes with a cornucopia of rappers, vocalists and artists..."Melody Maker (10/12/96, p.18) - "...Melancholy and bliss combined. The Roots have perfected their narco drift. Navigating dub space, they veer from classical exotica to free jazz to African thumb piano and further out still..."Rap Pages (10/96, p.33) - "...The Roots' sophomore album...sets the standard for all other MCs to follow as they prepare for the next millennium....They are the saving grace of a phoenix, and this is Hip-Hop."Village Voice (2/25/97) - Ranked #33 in the Village Voice's 1996 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.0.1172277

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