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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..."2.254727

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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'..."1.864765

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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."1.453225

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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."1.358164

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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..."1.326227

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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..."1.324743

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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."1.314035

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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."1.309801

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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."1.309801

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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..."1.308456

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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..."1.304202

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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."1.284758

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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..."1.261888

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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."1.259258

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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."1.009086

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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..."1.006965

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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."1.006965

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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..."0.9747228

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Rolling Stone (5/1/97, p.52) - 3.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...this rich and spirited album uses horns, emphatic percussion and even theremin to expand the band's burgeoning stylistic range....this album's great leap forward proves that the group is in it for the long haul."Spin (6/97, pp.120-121) - 7 (out of 10) - "...Like Urge Overkill's underrated 1995 EXIT THE DRAGON, it feels like a resume aiming to prove that these kids aren't frivolous glamsters anymore but career dogs who can stodge-out as expansively as any trucker rolling down the classic-rock highway..."Entertainment Weekly (5/9/97, p.81) - "...Without wholly abandoning the old sound, the lads have added inspired touches of SGT. PEPPER-ish psychedelia and Kinks-like acoustic plangency, creating a richly nuanced CD. Wealth may or may not be their motivation, but on MONEY, you can hear Supergrass grow."- Rating: B+Q (12/99, p.92) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."Q (1/98, p.115) - Included in Q Magazine's "50 Best Albums of 1997."Q (6/00, p.69) - Ranked #57 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...Embraces a kind of wistful rock classicism that might suit a superior radio station in 1975....this remains an invigorating record..."Option (5-6/97, p.132) - "...the 1997 edition of Supergrass is a darker, deeper affair....IN IT FOR THE MONEY sounds like the natural next step for a young band just beginning to realize its own strengths..."Melody Maker (12/20-27/97, pp.66-67) - Ranked #9 on Melody Maker's list of 1997's "Albums Of The Year."Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #37 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.Mojo (Publisher) (p.61) - Ranked #46 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[A] British classic packed with all the sticky-fingered delight and sunset melancholy of the last days of the summer holidays."NME (Magazine) (12/20-27/97, pp.78-79) - Ranked #10 in NME's 1997 Critics' Poll.NME (Magazine) (4/19/97, p.43) - "...Fundamentally, IN IT FOR THE MONEY is more fun than watching a wombat in a washing machine....Far from dispensing with the vigorous formula of I SHOULD COCO...Supergrass have retained said debut's sense of buoyancy and chirpy belligerence..."0.9424811

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Rolling Stone (1/26/95, pp.59-60) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...the set best serves as a reminder of the Beatles' multiple gifts....It captures the last possible moment when playing rock & roll could be unadulterated fun..."Entertainment Weekly (12/9/94, pp.74-75) - "...a reminder that the Beatles made an indelible mark as songwriters, record makers, and personalities....a quaint memento of a time that sounds more innocent than its mythology now dictates..." - Rating: BQ (1/95, pp.266-267) - 3 Stars - Good - "...on the cusp between their influences and their innovations....The Beatles were not important because they played such a storming version of 'Johnny B. Goode,' but...because they found a way of transcending 'Johnny B. Goode' altogether..."Musician (3/95, p.88) - "...proof that the range and clarity of The Beatles' sound was the result of years spent covering the great R&B and rockabilly hits of the '50s..."NME (Magazine) (12/24/94, p.23) - Ranked #5 in NME's list of the 10 best compilation albums of 1994.NME (Magazine) (12/3/94, p.41) - 9 - Excellent Plus - "...this is the motherlode, the ore from which [the Beatles'] future art was smelted. No pop band would ever have such a rich source of fresh material to work from..."0.9331273

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