95-south,Quad City Knock, Streets of Sin, 199Quad [Remaster], Booty Time, Booty Essentials 2001 [Edited]

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Option (9-10/95, p.108) - "...Elliot is a great acoustic guitar player, no question, and the themes he choses to cover are dark and unpleasant (like a certain black-clad Mr. Cash)..."Living Blues (9-10/95, p.103) - "...Elliott is one of those vocalists who can't sing at all by any conventional standard, but who can put across a song with tremendous emotional force. His eccentric guitar style produces endless melodic rhythmic surprises, and sometimes recalls Robert Pete Williams..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/95, p.112) - "...SOUTH COAST assembles newly-recorded performances of Jack singing and strumming guitar on such songs as 'San Francisco Bay Blues', 'South Coast', 'Pastures of Plenty' and (the highlight of the set) a crackling version of 'The Buffalo Skinners'."43.73663

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Entertainment Weekly (11/07/97, p.86) - "...Matthews has always stayed one step ahead of the H.O.R.D.E. by focusing on taut songcraft instead of distended riffery, making RED ROCKS a primo showcase for the South African expat's serpentine melodies and lock-jaw vocals." - Rating: B37.61834

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Entertainment Weekly (6/23/95, p.56) - "...Just one tune, the evocative title song, reminds us of what Crowell is capable." - Rating: C+Q (9/95, p.111) - 3 Stars - Good - "Records like this are not so much made as assembled, studded with insurance policies against radio indifference....He should cut loose from the maw of Nashville and take the John Prine route..."NME (Magazine) (7/15/95, p.49) - 5 (out of 10) - "...another nice record; a bit rocky, some philosophical bits, a Roy Orbison cover and, naturally, a bull-riding song..."31.16328

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Living Blues (1-2/95, p.100) - "...their music brings to mind a long, Schlitz-drenched night in a smoke-filled cinderblock bar somewhere on the Gulf Coast..."31.1081

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Sing Out! (11-12/94-1/95, p.146) - "...This overview is really a panorama of south Texas--you need that double-wide film to picture all of the music on this album....Read Chris Strachwitz's informative notes and learn that there was a good reason for including each song..."0.2541135

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NME (Magazine) (10/28/95, p.56) - 8 (out of 10) - "...[a] nugget....Brujeria are a Chicano hardcore band who sing in Spanish. Short and brutal, the assault begins with a scathing attack on California governor Pete Wilson's Proposition 187--which stoped Mexican and South American immigrants in the state from receiving welfare, medical care and education..."0.2541135

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Entertainment Weekly (10/27/95, p.95) - "...those who choose to accept the challenge implicit in the title (which translates as `opening doors') might find this spirited collection of salsa and other south-of-the-border styles as invigorating as it is esoteric." - Rating: BMusician (11/95, p.95) - "...has expanded her musical world view to include nearly the whole of Latin America....Estefan's rhythmic sense is stronger than ever. simply put, this is some of the best music she's ever made."0.2244847

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Q (1/95, p.273) - 3 Stars - Good - "...by far their most keyboard-oriented, guitar histrionics-free album....songs showing that there were also other, altogether different sides to Zeppelin..."0.1803147

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Entertainment Weekly (1/20/95, pp.50-51) - "...Foxworthy spins well-paced tales, complete with a drawl that lurches into a charming, befuddled yelp..." - Rating: A-0.166326

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Dirty Linen (4-5/96, p.95) - "...an appreciation of traditional bluegrass and a taste for `newgrass,' a more progressive style that perched them at the edge of rock/pop culture..."0.1591119

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Jazziz (9/95, p.101) - "...a very authentic electronic ode to...indescribable majesty...the atmospheric mix of native percussion and chants, live recordings of waterfalls and thunderstorms, acoustic guitar...flute, and keyboard-inspired textures add up to the musical equivalent of a lifetime subscription to Arizona Highways magazine, with an emphasis on red rock photography..."0.1525571

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Down Beat (5/95, p.57) - "...this super collection is indicative of the high quality of all their releases....Be smart: don't let scratchiness ward you off..."0.1521175

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Entertainment Weekly (8/21-8/28/98, p.126) - "The title is a misnomber since Hiatt's been with Capitol only since '95 and this classiest of roots-pop singer-songwriters has been recording since the '70s....Suggested title: SOME OF THE BEST OF JOHN HIATT." - Rating: BQ (10/00, p.144) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...[His] songs nearly always find love going very bad indeed....tracks such as 'Angel Eyes' are just the kind of songs you're doomed to hear on the radio just after your lover has disappeared with the VCR and the cat..."0.1513487

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Rolling Stone (12/29/94-1/12/95, p.181) - "...Junior Kimbrough is the blues at its rawest....Chulahoma, Miss., is home to Kimbrough, and only that kind of harsh, lush ancient South could spawn these blues. An electric outfit, the Soul Blues Boys power charge [the music]..."Option (11-12/94, p.125) - "...The grooves...here are so sweet and thick it's amazing they can make it through the speaker cones....These are the blues, not as sanitized pop fare or dusted-up museum pieces..."Living Blues (9-10/94, p.64) - "...may be the most primal sound anywhere... relentless and intense...pre-shuffle, modal electric blues, the roots of the root....as a document of some of the most unfettered and emotionally honest blues...today, this disc is indispensable..."0.1482329

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - "[B]oth vintage Wells and historical fun: a rare document of electric Chicago, up close and personal."Rolling Stone (p.107) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[H]ere's the man in charge at his favorite South Side haunt....Wells is the king of a tiny realm that held forty customers. That time is gone. Here's a hint of how it felt."Down Beat (p.62) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Relaxed and informal in its intensity and in its meeting of the blues and James Brown funk..."Dirty Linen (p.76) - "[T]wo nights of Wells at his peak in 1975 are preserved in LIVE AT THERESA'S, one of the year's best historic blues recordings."No Depression (p.104) - "[T]his has to be one of the most effectively you-are-there live albums ever recorded."Mojo (Publisher) (p.95) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t vividly catches the ambience of two gigs at his favourite Chicago club."0.1270568

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Alternative Press (2/96, p.68) - "...This is not music meant for description but for experiencing--a wild sonic ride which moves from reverential chanting to dramatic, rhythmic drum rituals to spacey plateaus all within the space of 67 minutes. Cutting-edge techno-tribal sounds."Down Beat (10/95, p.62) - 4 Stars - Very Good - "...By tapping into the mystical aspects of traditional ceremonies, Roach, Stearns and Sunsinger have created a unique, imaginative fusion of ancient sounds with state-of-the-art production and technology....an impressionistic journey....challenging and radically different..."Option (3-4/96, p.119) - "...they sound more like modern primitives, as they mix Native American chanting and drumming with dark, moody soundscapes..."0.1250193

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Rap Pages (12/95, p.27) - 9 (out of 10) - "...The insight and methods these four employ sets them apart from the rest of the flock. Their ability to look beyond the quick cash, murder-murder-murder-kill-kill-kill scheme of things is a bonus..."NME (Magazine) (5/4/96, p.59) - 7 (out of 10) - "...a sample-free, collective hip-hop based on played and programmed instruments, that nods at funk and southern soul, yet ultimately exists as a backdrop for the four main raw and untutored voices..."0.1110305

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Vibe (9/95, p.172) - "...adds up to an accurate depiction of what hip hop--and its nastier alter ego, the rap industry--is about these days: prepackaged musical formulas, creatively dead subgenres, refreshing comebacks,...stray words of wisdom, and the occasional gemstone moments that...sustain the dedication of both casual and die-hard fans..."The Source (9/95, p.98) - 3.5 Mics - Dope - "...THE SHOW gets off to a furious start....it might actually spark another classic or two in Def Jam's long line of priceless tunes..."NME (Magazine) (9/16/95, p.48) - 8 (out of 10) - "...what is hip-hop in the '90s?....there used to be mad shouting, now there's mad murmuring and a bubble bath '70s keyboard sample....there's Warren G doing his extra cool hustler bit, some LA gangstas defending their corner, A Tribe Called Quest making like wise oldsters....as good an answer to the big question as you'll get on one record..."0.1065172

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