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Entertainment Weekly (p.85) - "[With an] awesome expanse....Selections range from standard to surprising to clever..." - Grade: A-2.732565

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Living Blues (1-2/95, p.107) - "...all the music is played with a high-energy style that keeps to the rock side of the blues/rock spectrum..."2.265306

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Rolling Stone (7/5/01, p.138) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...His outlook and tone are sunnier than ever....Credit goes to its focused,melodic songs and stylistic range - the album veers from dreamily childlike to furiously metallic, from bouncy dance-hall reggae to funked-up TV-theme fun..."Entertainment Weekly (7/13/01, p.86) - "...Shockingly user-friendly..." - Rating: B+Q (8/01, p.141) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...It should remind long-disillusioned fans what they liked about tricky in the first place....still strange and uncategorisable..."Mixmag (7/01, p.204) - 3 out of 5 - "...Sticking to his signature techniques, pairing his gravelly voice with coy female vocals...designing music from random sounds. The slow burning malevolence of vintage Tricky is present..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.12) - "...Marked by warm and more welcoming material draped around a series of vocal contributions, recalling the construct of his 1996 NEARLY GOD release..."JazzTimes (12/01, p.124) - "...Undeniably sensual..."Vibe (8/01, p.165) - 4 discs out of 5 - "...Tricky's triumphant return..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.112) - "...The album he should've made right after MAXINQUAYE - i.e., a listenable one..."NME (Magazine) (6/30/01, p.43) - 6 out of 10 - "...It's Tricky uncovered; emotionally unplugged, with raw honesty and the naked sensual Truth fizzing from its multifarious grooves like exposed wires..."2.264253

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.103) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Moyet's formidable vocal range really gets a work-out on 'All Cried Out' and her sole chart topper, a faithful reading of Billie Holiday's 'That Ole Devil Called Love'..."1.872327

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JazzTimes (p.122) - "LeDonne's trio feature, Cole Porter's 'At Long Last Love,' displays the range and musicality of the B3 in the right hands: mostly funky and bubbly, also flowing, then lurching straight up to keening crescendos."1.395446

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JazzTimes (12/97, p.135) - "...not your average tribute album....often bringing out shades of meaning bubbling below the well-travelled surfer anthems. The range of approaches alone is impressive..."1.330195

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Down Beat (p.83) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[S]axophonist Tony Malaby's first meeting with versatile cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm covers an exceptional range of textures and moods."JazzTimes (p.94) - "WARBLEPECK is all about creating on the spot and flying without a map, and the tune called 'Fly on Wall/Remolino' offers a study in how a group of musicians can get from point A to point B by feel....The music of WARBLPECK was created in the moment, but it will be remembered, and played, for a long, long time."Signal To Noise (magazine) (p.60) - "Hollenbeck reinforces Malaby's melodic bent, but the cellist draws on his acumen as an accompanist to give special consideration to those same contours."1.323339

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Spin (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Logan Kroeber stirs up arresting percussion noises, giving the Dodos an almost orchestral dramatic range."Entertainment Weekly (p.63) - "[Long] pushes his wiry acoustic guitars deep into the mix and sings his literate lyrics with a resigned catch in his voice. This is cerebral, twisted folk..."Q (Magazine) (p.101) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he clash between slacker lyricism and unpredictable acoustic outbursts lends an intriguingly split personality."Mojo (Publisher) (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The lyrics are a mix of emotional candour and references to Roxy Music....Infectious, propulsive, unselfconscious, The Dodos are good enough to keep such company."1.298841

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Rolling Stone (p.132) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a relief to hear him essay the show tunes and Tin Pan Alley chestnuts of this tribute album..."Entertainment Weekly (p.131) - "His delicate upper range is nicely attuned to some of the ballads..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The material is cabaret deluxe....The emotions go deeper than if it had been a mere vanity project..."Harp (magazine) (p.94) - "[H]is muscular voice and sharp performance skills pull off a moving tribute to what was considered Garland's finest performance."The Word (magazine) (p.105) - "He proves himself the best kind of fan: witty, erudite, affectionate and exacting..."1.266106

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Entertainment Weekly (8/16/96, p.63) - "...Carol Sloane certainly isn't taking the easy way home by visiting classics immortalized by Ol' Blue Eyes himself....but Sloane pulls it all off with taste and emotional depth."- Rating: B+Down Beat (3/97, p.54) - 5 Stars - (out of 5) - "...she offers her own very personal recreation while still paying homage to one of her idols....Sloane's intonation and broad range put her among a select few vocalists whom musicians consider their equals..."JazzTimes (2/97, p.102) - "...ready for immediate consumption..."1.264595

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No Depression (3-4/01, p.107) - "...An amazingly versatile talent....Bond's carefully phrased baritone vocals stand on their own just fine....sublime."1.255812

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Rolling Stone (5/4/95, p.69) - 4 Stars - "...What's especially winning about [Joan Osborne] is her range: Sexy and earnest, her voice, all on its own, conveys whole choirs of feeling..."Entertainment Weekly (Spring 2000, p.166) - Ranked #10 in EW's "Top 10 albums of the '90s"Entertainment Weekly (12/29/95-1/5/96, p.131) - Ranked #1 on EW's Top 10 Albums Of 1995.Entertainment Weekly (3/10/95, p.69) - "...Osborne, who's earned a formidable rep through constant touring, has Springsteen's gift for expressing regular folks' pain and pleasures. Especially the pleasures..." - Rating: A-Q (1/96, p.143) - 3 Stars - Good - "...effectively showcases her strong, bluesy delivery..."Village Voice (2/20/96) - Ranked #11 in Village Voice's 1995 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.New York Times (Publisher) (1/6/96, p.C16) - Included on Jon Pareles' list of the Top 10 Albums of '95 - "...her gutsy voice moves from blues growls to Balkan glottal stops, while the band locks into swaggering vamps..."NME (Magazine) (3/9/96, p.41) - 7 (out of 10) - "...Comparisons of Osbourne's gravelly squeals and sobs to one Janis Joplin are inevitable....For once, 1.3 million Americans weren't wrong..."1.25011

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Williams' wearied singing and rich guitar shadings from Greg Leisz and Elvis Costello bring out the emotionalism in an hour long set of often somber roots-rock songs."Spin (p.85) - "BLESSED feels more like a country-blues toast to the pissed-off side of interpersonal relations, set to coproducer Don Was' sturdy barroom roots rock."Entertainment Weekly (p.75) - "[S]he delivers heartfelt laments like 'I Don't Know How You're Livin'' with an impressive candor..." -- Grade: B-Down Beat (p.54) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Over the past decade, Williams' songwriting has taken a turn toward the minimalist, and BLESSED pushes that to new levels."Billboard (p.32) - "Williams works her way through country, soul and the hymnal ambience of the title track, handling a broad range of emotional breadth with surprisingly supple dexterity."Record Collector (magazine) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Vocally, Williams has never sounded better, whether wailing against a wash of amped-up guitars on the opening 'Buttercup' or achingly testifying on the slow burn strut of 'Convince Me.'"Uncut (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "BLESSED is a powerful, vivid, highly emotive record. True happiness, it seems, suits her very well."1.249729

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Rolling Stone (p.68) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Williams' wearied singing and rich guitar shadings from Greg Leisz and Elvis Costello bring out the emotionalism in an hour long set of often somber roots-rock songs."Spin (p.85) - "BLESSED feels more like a country-blues toast to the pissed-off side of interpersonal relations, set to coproducer Don Was' sturdy barroom roots rock."Entertainment Weekly (p.75) - "[S]he delivers heartfelt laments like 'I Don't Know How You're Livin'' with an impressive candor..." -- Grade: B-Down Beat (p.54) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Over the past decade, Williams' songwriting has taken a turn toward the minimalist, and BLESSED pushes that to new levels."Billboard (p.32) - "Williams works her way through country, soul and the hymnal ambience of the title track, handling a broad range of emotional breadth with surprisingly supple dexterity."Record Collector (magazine) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Vocally, Williams has never sounded better, whether wailing against a wash of amped-up guitars on the opening 'Buttercup' or achingly testifying on the slow burn strut of 'Convince Me.'"Uncut (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "BLESSED is a powerful, vivid, highly emotive record. True happiness, it seems, suits her very well."1.249729

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Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.189) - "...captures over two discs the full range of this astonishing quintet: letter-perfect Elmore James shuffles, heartfelt Buddy Holly Tributes and epic hard-rock originals....Green was the most melodic and understated of guitar heroes..."Dirty Linen (6-7/96, p.63) - "...the only real genius of the British blues movement, a man who could write, sing, and play the blues as if his life depended on it..."Musician (8/96, p.92) - "...this two-CD collection of radio performances makes a convincing case for the Mac as...one of the greatest bands of all time, period. Between Green's breathtaking command of soul, Kirwan's way with an old-timey melody, and Spencer's apparent ability to imitate anyone...this was one versatile bunch..."NME (Magazine) (10/28/95, p.56) - 8 (out of 10) - "...at the peak of the Jeremy Spencer/Peter Green-led line-up, they were probably the crown of the British blues boom, arguably even better than Cream....there's still a grounding in Chicago blues styles and some almost ethereal guitar licks from Green..."1.24815

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Rolling Stone (p.69) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "DEAR SCIENCE is a brilliant balancing act between pop aspiration and music-geek aesthetics. More tuneful than its predecessor, the album is packed with New Wave hooks and funky dance beats....One damn fine record."Rolling Stone (p.87) - Ranked #1 in Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums Of 2008 -- "The year's finest rock record was also the one that sounded the most like America in 2008, with infernal visions of war and economic desperation."Spin (p.101) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[B]assist Gerard Smith and drummer Jaleel Bunton flesh out Adebimpe's and Malone's ruminations with relentlessly inventive arrangements that make even familiar sentiments seem fresh."Spin (p.56) - Ranked #1 in Spin's "40 Best Albums Of 2008" -- "[F]ull of wondrous pop experiments..."Entertainment Weekly (p.93) - "[I]t's the band's most fully realized and most consistently enjoyable record to date. Two immediate standouts, the manic, glitchy rocker 'Dancing Choose' and the string-laden 'Family Tree,' showcase the band's gift for creating a self-contained world in every song..." -- Grade: A-CMJ - "The group's signature blend of deeply-layered loops, throbbing bass and guitars that sound like inter-dimensional vacuum cleaners exploding remains intact."Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Adebimpe's contributions range from the fiery avant-funk of 'Dancing Choose' to gorgeous ballad 'Family Tree'. Malone excels himself with the brassy pop of 'Lover's Day'..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.72) - Ranked #20 in Mojo's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2008" -- "[A] wryly optimistic set of future-soul and indie-funk statements..."Blender (Magazine) (p.78) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'Crying' is a bubbly disco jam about race riots and tanks in the streets, and 'Red Dress' deploys a spring-loaded new-wave riff to herald the coming of the Antichrist....Best of all is 'Family Tree,' a tender, string-laden love song, easily the most beautiful thing they've ever done."Paste (magazine) (p.56) - "[I]t's the up-tempo bangers and funky grooves on DEAR SCIENCE that truly resonate....[N]o one really sings or writes lyrics like Adebimpe..."Clash (magazine) (p.69) - Ranked #7 in Clash's "The 40 Best Albums of 2008" -- "[They have] merged together their disparate but perfectly picked influences into their most complete piece of work to date."Record Collector (magazine) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It remains true to the New Yorkers' bold template of dense, often cluttered sprawls of synthetic waves and twitchy scattershot beats."1.224194

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[Seeger] invests each tune with his cheeky spirit....Seeger steps aside and lets the songs shine."Dirty Linen (p.52) - "[T]he repertoire is far-ranging, including cowboy ballads, British folk songs, country standards, blues tunes, patriotic ditties, railroad songs, spirituals -- virtually anything that could easily be sung in a group setting..."1.201796

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Rolling Stone (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[M]any of the best moments here are romantic....[such as] saxman Junior Walker's magnificent Top Five ballad 'What Does It Take'..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.121) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The stories of Motown, pop music and the USA in 1969 are illuminated and inter-twined across six CDs."1.198845

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Billboard (p.39) - "[With] the hand-clap-laden '1st and Love'; and 'True,' about an unfaithful boyfriend, on which Brandy takes her vocal range to untapped heights."Blender (Magazine) (p.62) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Fluttery jams about long distance longing and time-suspending slow dances are balanced by grown-up moments..."1.050719

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Dirty Linen (p.56) - "[A] terrific assortment that showcases the range of Robin and Linda Williams' abilities, from folk to gospel to 40s pop..."No Depression (p.76) - "Like Keillor's show, these spirited readings often seem delightfully anachronistic."0.9668288

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JazzTimes (5/96, p.78) - "...the funky, contemporary title cut is the one that puts this album over the top, but the band also turns in some traditional styles, reflecting the make-up of the assembled group with ages that range over four decades....A `live' feel...is captured...allowing the spirit of the music to dance off the disc."Sing Out! (5-6-7/96, p.149) - "...The Treme band plays in the new, rhythm-heavy street style, but its repertoire is a classic New Orleans blend....designed for serious, long-term dancing..."0.965163

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Dirty Linen (4-5/96, p.79) - "...violinist and mandolin player Howard Armstrong is a walking history of American music...LOUIE BLUIE...encapsulates some of the best material from Armstrong's long career..."Dirty Linen (4-5/99, p.71) - "...a vibrant set of songs and tunes that range from ragtime to blues to country to popular..."Living Blues (7-8/99, pp.83-4) - "...LOUIE BLUIE provides a joyful and informative sampling of an artist who has always refused to be constrained by musical boundaries."0.965163

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Dirty Linen (p.90) - "Muldaur's voice has gained in expressiveness what it may have lost in range, and she has revived a fine selection of timeless songs for this project..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[She] swoops and growls through a set of songs associated with Memphis Minnie, Bessie Smith and other blues heroines....[The] period styles are recreated with scrupulous care..."0.9488729

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Rolling Stone (8/7/97, p.64) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...a textured, experimental valentine to U.S. hip-hop....sprinkling jazz bass lines, guitar loops, flutes, strings and clever cut-up vocal samples over chiseled break beats..."Spin (10/97, pp.144-145) - 8 (out of 10) - "...[The Herbaliser] make[s] restless, joyously indulgent abstract hip-hop because, frankly, they don't know any better...With beats for beats' sake and lyrics for pure mindfuck, BLOW YOUR HEADPHONES is such a straight-up challenging album because it doesn't know that it's not supposed to be."JazzTimes (10/97, p.85) - "...a fascinating path less taken....the disc spits out an almost disorienting range of sonic flavors..."Option (7-8/97, p.111) - "...goes a long way towards restoring faith in the power of hip-hop rhythms and the artistry possible in a killer club mix....The clever, sprawling arrangements often move in surprising directions...but never at the expense of the groove..."0.9324213

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