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Entertainment Weekly (5/12/00, p.24) - "The exquisiteness of the first album is expanded upon in 'Hazey Jane I', 'Fly' and a genuinely optimistic love song, 'Northern Sky'..." - Rating: B+Q (1/01, p.95) - Included in Q's "5 Best Re-Issues of 2000".Q (6/00, p.76) - Ranked #23 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...Few songwriters have given such perfect voice to the England of dreaming spires, tea cups and quiet desperation..."Alternative Press (3/01, p.88) - "...With a voice paradoxically feather-light and grave, [one] of the most beautiful and melancholy albums ever recorded..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, p.99) - "...Certainly the most polished of his catalog....[It[ begins to suggest a whole other tableau of unexplored possibilities....God, how damn confident it all sounds. He knew how good he was..."NME (Magazine) (9/18/93, p.19) - Ranked #14 in NME's list of The Greatest Albums Of The '70s.66.74989

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Entertainment Weekly (p.75) - "O'Reilly is due credit for songs like 'Parasite' on which he succeeds in matching the airy material with beautiful performances."53.39991

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Spin (p.100) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "A polished release of oft-bootlegged home recordings....All fragile as pressed leaves..."Uncut (p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "FAMILY TREE is heavy on country- or folk-blues from the Warwickshire delta....Essential listening for anybody in thrall to the spell of Saint Nick."CMJ (p.48) - "[T]he 11 original compositions on the album showcase his preternatural sense of melody and a comfort for the folk idiom..."No Depression (p.84) - "A kind of aural home movie....The album is worth hearing for the window it opens on Drake's formative period."46.72492

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Rolling Stone (12/29/94-1/12/95, p.181) - "...Arrangements that wed jazz freedom to the dignity of string quartets make his music--part folk song, part art song--incandescent....Drake captures...moments of uncanny grace..."Entertainment Weekly (5/12/00, p.24) - "The best introduction indeed, collecting highlights from all four albums." - Rating: AAlternative Press (12/94, p.110) - "...To say that his sometimes spare, sometimes baroque, always beautiful folk-pop songs are timeless is like saying that the sun is hot..."NME (Magazine) (12/24/94, p.23) - Ranked #2 in NME's list of the 10 best compilation albums of 1994.46.72492

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Uncut (magazine) (p.98) - "[A] pensive but beautifully poised jazz-pop fusion, tending towards bossa nova at times -- part Nick Drake, part Astrud Gilberto."0.72264

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CMJ (10/7/02) - "...Ricchini has a knack for complex and laidback pop; his smart arrangements go well with his quiet, Nick Drake-like sensibility....Bill Ricchini is definitely one to watch."0.72264

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Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "[T]he singer's vocal affect and gentle melodies are startlingly similar to Nick Drake's..." -- Grade: B0.72264

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Alternative Press (p.115) - "Amundson's idiosyncratic, minimalist guitar picking and deeply emotive, sometimes to-the-point-of-trembling vocals rightfully earn comparisons to Nick Drake..."0.72264

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CMJ (p.44) - "[The album] combines the Appalachian twang of Wilkie's homestate with subtle nods to NIck Drake and RODEO-era Byrds."0.72264

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Uncut (magazine) (p.98) - "[A] pensive but beautifully poised jazz-pop fusion, tending towards bossa nova at times -- part Nick Drake, part Astrud Gilberto."0.72264

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he acoustic stylings of Bert Jansch and Nick Drake are melded together and lightly seasoned..."0.72264

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Uncut (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her bucolic, innocent, autumnal folk songs and gentle, husky, Nico-esque voice place her in a similar niche to Nick Drake or John Martyn..."0.63231

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Entertainment Weekly (6/5/98, p.85) - "...[Joe Pernice's] new band's elegant piano foundation, irony-free songwriting and musical debt to Nick Drake and Brian Wilson make them sound like a Ben Folds Five for adults." - Rating: A-0.54198

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Rolling Stone (p.76) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Sheik recasts the shades of Reed, Nick Drake and Talk Talk from his own solo albums into beguiling chamber pop..."Entertainment Weekly (p.81) - "[T]he most gorgeous (and occasionally rocking-out) Great White Way score this decade." -- Grade: A0.54198

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Spin (12/03, p.128) - "...Check out the spacey, intimate title track...and know that somewhere safe and quiet, Nick Drake is awfully proud..." - Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly (9/12/03, p.152) - "...This five-song EP is full of gorgeous, intimate melodies..." - Rating: B+Mojo (Publisher) (3/04, p.100) - 5 stars out of 5 - "More loneliness and beauty....[T]here's so much packed into this superb EP."0.45165

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Q (Magazine) (p.112) - "[T]here's David Gray-esque ache in the title track and a wistful air to 'All Brand New' that suggests a man quietly but undeniably reborn."Uncut (magazine) (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The stripped down acoustic purity of 'Chicago' and 'Chose' hold pastoral echoes of Nick Drake..."0.45165

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Paste (magazine) - "British singer-songwriter Fin Greenall, under the name Fink, has crafted a mellow acoustic-driven album of mostly traditional, mostly dark songs in PERFECT DARKNESS."Record Collector (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Greenall's voice veers between soft-treading Nick Drake rumination to escalating intensity, recalling the damaged demons of Tim Hardin on 'Wheels'' bluesy shuffle."0.45165

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Entertainment Weekly (9/20/02, p.106) - "...The silky-voiced folk-popster successfully rocks up his sound on his 4th album, adding a polite but firm electric edge to sensitive tunes..." - Rating: A-Q (12/02, p.102) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Power-poppy in some parts, a touch Nick Drake in others..."0.45165

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here's a touch of Nick Drake...in the intricacy and airy, autumn feel of 'Nowhere To Run' and 'All My Love.' Nice."Paste (magazine) - "This is an album about the allure of transformation, of shedding your identity and venturing forth anew and unknown."0.45165

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Q (9/99, pp.124-5) - 3 stars (out of 5) - "...Spare, powerful guitar phrasing which must have influenced the young Nick Drake and plaintive singing are the cornerstones of this music whose worth and status is unarguable..."Mojo (Publisher) (10/00, p.128) - "...A lean but satisfying 12-track sampler...the power of his voice and interpretive imagination were there from the start..."0.45165

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Q (12/02, p.130) - 4 out of 5 - "...It's as close to the introspective folk of Nick Drake's Bryter Layter as to any soul siblings....Song after song of unremitting, almost claustrophobic beauty..."Q (12/02, p.130) - 4 out of 5 - "...It's as close to the introspective folk of Nick Drake's Bryter Layter as to any soul siblings....Song after song of unremitting, almost claustrophobic beauty..."Uncut (11/02, pp.140-41) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Pure, fragile and precious..."Uncut (11/02, pp.140-41) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Pure, fragile and precious..."Mojo (Publisher) (12/02, p.130) - "...Minnie delivers 10 effusive spirituals that mix emotive gospel with rock guitar..."Mojo (Publisher) (12/02, p.130) - "...Minnie delivers 10 effusive spirituals that mix emotive gospel with rock guitar..."0.4471107

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Q (12/02, p.130) - 4 out of 5 - "...It's as close to the introspective folk of Nick Drake's Bryter Layter as to any soul siblings....Song after song of unremitting, almost claustrophobic beauty..."Q (12/02, p.130) - 4 out of 5 - "...It's as close to the introspective folk of Nick Drake's Bryter Layter as to any soul siblings....Song after song of unremitting, almost claustrophobic beauty..."Uncut (11/02, pp.140-41) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Pure, fragile and precious..."Uncut (11/02, pp.140-41) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Pure, fragile and precious..."Mojo (Publisher) (12/02, p.130) - "...Minnie delivers 10 effusive spirituals that mix emotive gospel with rock guitar..."Mojo (Publisher) (12/02, p.130) - "...Minnie delivers 10 effusive spirituals that mix emotive gospel with rock guitar..."0.4471107

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Rolling Stone (No. 967, p.84) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[F]ull of quiet lyricism and Nick Drake beauty..."Spin (p.92) - "[O]ne these subtly lovelorn songs, his voice quavers with grounded, lived-in authority." - Grade: B+Uncut (p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Using acoustic guitar, piano and vocals, he delivers 14 sweetly somber neo-folk tunes that reveal just how subtly persuasive the man's influence really is."Magnet (p.86) - "Gathering his various personalities in one room suits Barlow well, as he boils down the best bits of each, from strummy pop that could be Sebadoh to spare and delicate acoustic ballads to bumpier, Folk Implosion-styled fare."0.36132

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Rolling Stone (3/1/01, p.54) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Quietly affirms the promise of a songwriter who can be simultaneously impenetrable, strange and oddly magnificent."Entertainment Weekly (2/16/01, p.98) - "...Highly eccentric....evoking Nick Drake and Syd Barrett, while tiny drum machines and tape hiss enhance the melodrama..." - Rating: B+Q (p.106) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Confident and inventive."NME (Magazine) (2/17/01, p.46) - 7 out of 10 - "...15 rather depressed lo-fi tunes....proof that the man is on a creative roll....There remains an underlying optimism and fondness for unapologetically pretty melodies that imparts a redeeming and lasting warmth..."0.36132

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Q (4/00, p.117) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...sparse, elliptical pieces which reflect his ongoing fascination with Miles Davis, Claude Debussy, Nick Drake and 'the geography of sound'..."Magnet (p.115) - "He weaves elegant, minimalist tapestries in which his lyrics pit fate against faith and his ice-water vocals scale the heights to disrupt the stillness that surrounds it."Melody Maker (3/14/00, p.53) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...[A] minimalist album full of arty hushedness..."Mojo (Publisher) (3/01/04, p.56) - Included in Mojo's The 67 Lost Albums You Must Own! - "[S]o understated it almost vanished into thin air...[A] collision of folk, chamber music, and jazz... "0.36132

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Rolling Stone (p.79) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "[With] clipped guitars, staccato bass, drums that crackle with tension and icy background keyboards that hum like defective air conditioning."Spin (p.109) - "[The album] finds Robert Smith starting to get his 'Phantom of the Opera' on..."Q (6/00, p.65) - Ranked #65 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...A clean, contemplative, at times desolate guitar record that...tapped into a peculiarly suburban paranoia....their career as Goth ambassadors was launched."Uncut (p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Poised and atmospheric, there's a Nick Drake-like organic clarity to SEVENTEEN SECONDS..."0.36132

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Alternative Press (p.162) - "Think desert highways, with moonlit tumbleweed and coyotes howling in the cactus-lined hills. He may sound eerily similar to Mark Lanegan at times, but Von Till is convincing in his lonesome troubadour persona."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.64) - "Here, he takes the path less-worn. The opening title-track feeds off a strangulated, almost-country vibe."Pitchfork (Website) - "[H]e girds his acoustic guitar with electric guitar, banjo, fiddle, cello, drums and Hammond organ. The result is a lucid, Nick Drake-esque setting subtly crowned with electricity."0.36132

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Spin (p.112) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Marling's voice, rich and tenuous, recalls Joni Mitchell, but her fatalistic screeds -- sung over acoustic guitar, with an occasional burst of percussion or strings -- owe more to Nick Drake and Will Oldham."Clash (magazine) (p.68) - Ranked #11 in Clash's "The 40 Best Albums of 2008"The Word (magazine) (p.106) - "Marling's folk constructions are as naked as those of Joan Baez or early Joni Mitchell, and her singing is pacy and urgent -- colourful, confident and distinctly un-waiflike."0.36132

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Spin (p.85) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[D]usty, reverent feel of even the album's wildest rockers gives the sense that he's just a lone wanderer battling solitude with sound."Q (Magazine) (p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] treat, at times conjuring the beautiful, stark bleakness of Nick Drake, elsewhere not afraid to crank things up..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.115) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he dejected vocal and mesmerising mood of the music are in place....An album for long lonely winter nights."Clash (magazine) (p.97) - "Tillman's impossibly fragile songs work better in the cocoon of decent headphones. In this more intimate environment, his lonely, haunting vocals are quietly captivating."0.36132

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Spin (p.85) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[D]usty, reverent feel of even the album's wildest rockers gives the sense that he's just a lone wanderer battling solitude with sound."Q (Magazine) (p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] treat, at times conjuring the beautiful, stark bleakness of Nick Drake, elsewhere not afraid to crank things up..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.115) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he dejected vocal and mesmerising mood of the music are in place....An album for long lonely winter nights."Clash (magazine) (p.97) - "Tillman's impossibly fragile songs work better in the cocoon of decent headphones. In this more intimate environment, his lonely, haunting vocals are quietly captivating."0.36132

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Spin (p.112) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Marling's voice, rich and tenuous, recalls Joni Mitchell, but her fatalistic screeds -- sung over acoustic guitar, with an occasional burst of percussion or strings -- owe more to Nick Drake and Will Oldham."Clash (magazine) (p.68) - Ranked #11 in Clash's "The 40 Best Albums of 2008"The Word (magazine) (p.106) - "Marling's folk constructions are as naked as those of Joan Baez or early Joni Mitchell, and her singing is pacy and urgent -- colourful, confident and distinctly un-waiflike."0.36132

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Rolling Stone (p.79) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "[With] clipped guitars, staccato bass, drums that crackle with tension and icy background keyboards that hum like defective air conditioning."Spin (p.109) - "[The album] finds Robert Smith starting to get his 'Phantom of the Opera' on..."Q (6/00, p.65) - Ranked #65 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums" - "...A clean, contemplative, at times desolate guitar record that...tapped into a peculiarly suburban paranoia....their career as Goth ambassadors was launched."Uncut (p.124) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Poised and atmospheric, there's a Nick Drake-like organic clarity to SEVENTEEN SECONDS..."0.36132

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Rolling Stone (p.58) - "In an era of overheated Nick Drake comparisons, Amidon is eerily close to the real thing, singing in a fragile but certain tenor against the deep breath and soft sweep of Nico Muhly's orchestrations."Uncut (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Amidon is not a straightforward revivalist. He keeps the sadness, but throws a mist of gentle orchestration over the songs."Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Dressing his love-worn and cracking tenor in a sacred whisper of banjo, fiddle and post-Glass pulses, tracks such as 'Wild Bill Jones,' 'Little Johnny Brown,' and 'O Death' are transformed anew for this new age of dire consequence."0.316155

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "At her best, she takes PJ Harvey and Nick Drake back to their primordial folk roots..."Spin (pp.90-91) - "Her stormy folk songs are primal and dark, crammed with ancient mythology..."Q (Magazine) (p.131) - "With the Mumfords as her backing band, it is bruised, reflective, accusatory and defiant."Paste (magazine) (p.72) - "[A] gorgeous, melancholy, old-souled record....Malring avoids both precocity and self-seriousness..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[L]ike Fairport Convention or Nick Cave or Cat Power, she uses folk as an archetypal form to get at the essential realities of love, sex, heartbreak, and death."Clash (magazine) - "Her second album is an enchanting collection of beautifully raw songs....A more laid-back affair than her debut."Uncut (magazine) - "She starts off promisingly on 'Devil's Spoke, ' sounding unusually fervent....Second track, 'Made By Maid' is equally fine..."0.316155

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "At her best, she takes PJ Harvey and Nick Drake back to their primordial folk roots..."Spin (pp.90-91) - "Her stormy folk songs are primal and dark, crammed with ancient mythology..."Q (Magazine) (p.131) - "With the Mumfords as her backing band, it is bruised, reflective, accusatory and defiant."Paste (magazine) (p.72) - "[A] gorgeous, melancholy, old-souled record....Malring avoids both precocity and self-seriousness..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[L]ike Fairport Convention or Nick Cave or Cat Power, she uses folk as an archetypal form to get at the essential realities of love, sex, heartbreak, and death."Clash (magazine) - "Her second album is an enchanting collection of beautifully raw songs....A more laid-back affair than her debut."Uncut (magazine) - "She starts off promisingly on 'Devil's Spoke, ' sounding unusually fervent....Second track, 'Made By Maid' is equally fine..."0.316155

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Option (7-8/97, pp.122-123) - "...Prewitt's pleasantly bland voice and gently played guitar keep the songs spare and light....Overall, IN THE SUN shows there's some real strength in this singer-songwriter's delicate muscles."Musician (7/97, p.90) - "...His suave, resonant croon, well-documented taste for jazzy Bacharach-style horn and string arrangements, and apparent desire to return to the days of sensitive singer/songwriter mellow-drama are focused into a vision [his former band] the eclectic Coctails could never accommodate..."NME (Magazine) (6/21/97, p.56) - "...Here is an individual of impeccable and idiosyncratic tastes, who has crafted an album that recalls both the sorrow of Nick Drake and the intricacies of Felt....he writes songs of scuffed beauty and astonishing originality..."0.316155

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "At her best, she takes PJ Harvey and Nick Drake back to their primordial folk roots..."Spin (pp.90-91) - "Her stormy folk songs are primal and dark, crammed with ancient mythology..."Q (Magazine) (p.131) - "With the Mumfords as her backing band, it is bruised, reflective, accusatory and defiant."Paste (magazine) (p.72) - "[A] gorgeous, melancholy, old-souled record....Malring avoids both precocity and self-seriousness..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[L]ike Fairport Convention or Nick Cave or Cat Power, she uses folk as an archetypal form to get at the essential realities of love, sex, heartbreak, and death."Clash (magazine) - "Her second album is an enchanting collection of beautifully raw songs....A more laid-back affair than her debut."Uncut (magazine) - "She starts off promisingly on 'Devil's Spoke, ' sounding unusually fervent....Second track, 'Made By Maid' is equally fine..."0.316155

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Rolling Stone (5/18/95, p.90) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...With a lone piano, muted strings or abstract jazz guitar, these San Franciscans achieve a beauty rare, disturbing and resonant. Their landscape is one Tim Hardin, Nick Drake and Tim Buckley sketched--an emotional plane charged with ambivalent, hurt grace..."Entertainment Weekly (3/31/95, pp.61-62) - "...A beautiful structural mess, the album includes...extended songs that sprawl all over the darkened living room of your brain..." - Rating: AQ (5/95, p.12) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Its brief, neat chords and phrases underpin relentlessly romantic, free-wandering melodies and warm lyrics of clear intensity, all with gorgeous guile."Option (7-8/95, p.132) - "...Red House Painters can pack more degrees of emotion into a low-key ballad than most bands can put into an entire album....the nine songs on OCEAN BEACH become subtle masterpieces..."0.316155

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Rolling Stone (2/17/00, p.58) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[his] third and final album....accompanies himself only on acoustic guitar....His voice conveys, in its moans and breathy whispers, an alluring sensuality..."Spin (p.101) - "[H]is Keatsian mark on music is indelible."Entertainment Weekly (5/12/00, p.24) - "One voice, one guitar, one set of beautifully dolorous songs...the equivalent of an amble down a darkened country road. Modedl after-hours listening." - Rating: AQ (8/00, pp.112-3) - 5 stars out of 5 - "...Nick Drake's best album....[Its] excellence shines through....Few records have ever sounded so intimate, or embodied Melancholy with such grace and assurance..."Alternative Press (3/01, p.88) - "...With a voice paradoxically feather-light and grave, [one] of the most beautiful and melancholy albums ever recorded..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.75) - "[I]t's his most haunted, intense album, and its mere 28-minute duration feels perfectly judged."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, p.99) - "...His masterpiece and the Robert Johnson comparisons are fully deserved..."NME (Magazine) (8/12/00, p.28) - Ranked #8 in The NME "Top 30 Heartbreak Albums" - "...Touched with luminous symbolism and uncanny intimacy, this is the sound of inescapable retreat."0.27099

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Q (3/00, p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...crafted idiosyncratic songs with as many nods to the avant-garde as to pop classicism....fans of horn-emblazoned Stax and the works of Nick Drake will find themselves equally enthralled."Uncut (3/00, p.80) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Imaginative and delicate use of woodwind, strings, trumpets and saxes have produced impressive results..."Alternative Press (2/00, p.88) - 3 out of 5 - "...pretty orch-pop tunes that have surely never offended a soul....triumphantly hypnotic....[the tunes] just kind of hang out and do their attractive-yet-unmemorable thing..."Magnet (1-2/00, p.77) - "...lush, orchestral numbers awash with somber vibes, WHITE SKY is the kind of album that could fit in nicely alongside the Richard Davies and Eric Matthews records in your collections..."NME (Magazine) (11/6/99, p.38) - 7 out of 10 - "...tremendously lush soundscapes that still feel bleached and direct. It's some feat....There's an undercurrent of peaceful introspection running through each of these songs..."0.27099

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Rolling Stone (3/18/04, p.71) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]his thinking person's pop star writes ornate, Sunday-morning melodies that suggest a composer twice his age....[The album's] uncluttered arrangements assimilate decades of chamber pop, folk, and even jazz."Entertainment Weekly (3/12/04, p.112) - "[A] breezy, unexpectedly enchanting CD--Nick Drake on Prozac." - Rating: B+Uncut (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Lerche can do melancholic troubadour, shiny pop perfection, woozy psychedelia and symphonic ballads....A real find."Uncut (p.78) - Ranked #50 in Uncut's "Best New Albums of 2004" - "[A]n unexpected gem. Think swoonsome pop at its most non-cynical..."Magnet (p.103) - "[T]ricky, eager little songs that skip and sparkle with boyish abandon. The melodies are anchored in his ambling guitar..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[S]elf-effacing swing and sensitive soul."0.27099

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