rhythm-logic,Taste of Logic, Vol. 1 (614268001220), Raising the Roof [Remastered] [5/1], Grosse Pointe Blank [DVD] [Widescreen] [1997] [Multilingual] [Region 1], Grosse Pointe Blank [Blu-ray] [15th Anniversary Edition], Combustication

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Down Beat (p.79) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[H]e projects ease of delivery and gives shape and logic to even his most fierce playing."Living Blues (p.58) - "Where he is laying down Latin rhythms on the catchy Santana-like instrumental cut 'Bo Bo's Groove,' featuring absolutely mesmerizing soaring solos, or re-working a jump blues classic...Principato hits the mark repeatedly."0.2529088

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Rating: B Entertainment Weekly "...[This] is the kind of quirky, character-driven comedy they don't make much anymore..." -- 3 out of 4 stars USA Today "...GROSSE POINTE BLANK achieves a loose, distinctive comedy rhythm..." Entertainment Weekly "...[Cusack's] wary style is perfect here..."New York Times "...A wild at heart, anarchic comedy that believes in living dangerously....GROSSE POINTE BLANK manages to be consistently surprising..." Los Angeles Times "[The film] sustains an impressive level of crazed logic and whirligig energy."Wall Street Journal0.202327

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"[The film] sustains an impressive level of crazed logic and whirligig energy."Wall Street Journal Rating: BEntertainment Weekly "...[Cusack's] wary style is perfect here..."New York Times "...[This] is the kind of quirky, character-driven comedy they don't make much anymore..." -- 3 out of 4 stars USA Today "...GROSSE POINTE BLANK achieves a loose, distinctive comedy rhythm..."Entertainment Weekly "...A wild at heart, anarchic comedy that believes in living dangerously....GROSSE POINTE BLANK manages to be consistently surprising..."Los Angeles Times0.202327

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Entertainment Weekly (8/14/98, p.81) - "...their latest recording hums with their retro-futurist style, recalling '70s soul-jazz, Sun Ra, and their own arty-party savvy. Keyboardist John Medeski cooks up more of his wondrously strange textures, and his rhythm pals do seductive business..." - Rating: BVibe (6-7/98, p.181) - "...Long after many neofunksters have surrendered the flag and moved on to less demanding territory, MMW continue to find fresh ground in the cosmic slop."0.1902721

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Entertainment Weekly (8/21/92, p.60) - "...[Miles] solos with impeccable logic and wistful finesse over smoothly intricate hip-hop rhythm tracks..." - Rating: B-Q (9/92, p.70) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a collector's piece...it is as hip, sexy, open and complex as the best of his work since he elected to turn to FM airplay music in the 1980's..."Down Beat (8/92, p.37) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...What excites me about DOO-BOP is the way Miles was playing in his last days....Where he has sounded tentative at times on recent recordings, here he starts and ends his ideas crisply....It's a hell of an exit, chief..."Musician (6/92, p.96) - "...This is a hip hop record....For younger ears weaned on modern beats, it's an inviting opening into one of the great cornucopias of American music....Like most everything Miles played, the music of DOO-BOP is cool and warm, beautiful and true..."0.1517453

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Entertainment Weekly (8/21/92, p.60) - "...[Miles] solos with impeccable logic and wistful finesse over smoothly intricate hip-hop rhythm tracks..." - Rating: B-Q (9/92, p.70) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a collector's piece...it is as hip, sexy, open and complex as the best of his work since he elected to turn to FM airplay music in the 1980's..."Down Beat (8/92, p.37) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...What excites me about DOO-BOP is the way Miles was playing in his last days....Where he has sounded tentative at times on recent recordings, here he starts and ends his ideas crisply....It's a hell of an exit, chief..."Musician (6/92, p.96) - "...This is a hip hop record....For younger ears weaned on modern beats, it's an inviting opening into one of the great cornucopias of American music....Like most everything Miles played, the music of DOO-BOP is cool and warm, beautiful and true..."0.1517453

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Q (6/00, p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Simultaneously sad, deadpan and uplifting....minimalist beats, insectoid percussion, BBC Radio Workshop-stlye whooshes and elliptical imagery....Utterly mesmeric."Magnet (8-9/00, pp.92-3) - "...Brilliant....filled with otherworldly electronic sounds."The Wire (6/00, p.58) - "...Evading the twin logics of darkness and heaviness...[the album] secretes disquiet within melody until you're humming along to the sound of crack-up, playing back the harmonies of despair."CMJ (5/22/00, p.28) - "...Dubby hip-hop grooves, live instrumentation, and conventional song structures remain the key human ingredients of the pair's audio collage....accessible, yet no less unusual."Melody Maker (5/9/00, p.52) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[They] have allowed the grooves to bubble up softly....[They] have lightened up and found a whole new spray of emotions to explore. Love them - they deserve it."Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.97) - "...A classic pop record - albeit a strange kind....showing more sophistication and pop warmth than ever."NME (Magazine) (4/29/00, p.34) - 8 out of 10 - "...They grab your attention [and] abduct it, brainwashing you in their unique sonic chamber of dub, benignly insidious loops, rhythm box patter and repetitions....engaging and alien, accessible and opaque..."0.1517453

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Entertainment Weekly (8/21/92, p.60) - "...[Miles] solos with impeccable logic and wistful finesse over smoothly intricate hip-hop rhythm tracks..." - Rating: B-Q (9/92, p.70) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...a collector's piece...it is as hip, sexy, open and complex as the best of his work since he elected to turn to FM airplay music in the 1980's..."Down Beat (8/92, p.37) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good Plus - "...What excites me about DOO-BOP is the way Miles was playing in his last days....Where he has sounded tentative at times on recent recordings, here he starts and ends his ideas crisply....It's a hell of an exit, chief..."Musician (6/92, p.96) - "...This is a hip hop record....For younger ears weaned on modern beats, it's an inviting opening into one of the great cornucopias of American music....Like most everything Miles played, the music of DOO-BOP is cool and warm, beautiful and true..."0.1517453

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Rolling Stone (3/10/94, p.67) - "...suggests that the group's greatest strength wasn't writing or playing but arranging..."Q (2/94, p.109) - 5 Stars - Indispensable - "...Steely Dan is the closest pop has come to the acid wit of Wilde and Coward and Vidal...."Melody Maker (1/8/94, p.29) - "...Steely Dan were no more nihilistic than The Stooges. It's just that, instead of Rolling Stones riffs and Chuck Berry solos, Becker and Fagen used East Coast Jazz, Latin rhythms, saccharine harmonies and choruses worthy of Burt Bacharach or Hollywood musicals..."0.1151141

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