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Down Beat (p.64) - "[T]his is first-rate work and signals a welcome expansion of Blanchard's horizons."JazzTimes (p.94) - "Blanchard has crafted a stirring and soulful contemporary outing and one of the strongest albums of his distinguished career."177.515

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Entertainment Weekly (3/5/99, p.67) - "...Here he pays spirited homage to earlier scores that incorporated jazz elements, including A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, CHINATOWN, AND TAXI DRIVER. Fleshing out the distinctive themes are such A-list improvisers as saxophonist Joe Hendersona and trombonist Steve Turre." - Rating: BCMJ (3/1/99, p.38) - "...Here Blanchard essays famous jazz themes from movies using his band as well as full orchestral accompaniment....classic compositions from Duke Ellington, Elmer Bernstein and Alex North....Anyone who thinks "movie jazz" is not a serious proposition...think again..."142.012

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Entertainment Weekly (6/8/01, p.77) - "One of jazz's trumpeters-of-choice has settled on a ripe concept, with inviting tunes by great American songwriter Jimmy McHugh. Wisely, Blanchard calls on several fine singers..." - Rating: B+CMJ (6/11/01, p.23) - "...Thoughtful and reaching arrangements that simmer with the same blue flame that fueled Miles Davis' '50s work....This is a no-brainer for fans of vocal and traditional jazz."Down Beat (8/01, pp.66-7) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Blanchard's buttoned-down performance is consistently restrained and thoughtful....adroit and distinctive....with some attractive interpretive and sometimes idiosyncratic departures..."88.75752

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"...Any old way you choose it, the music still kills..." Premiere "...Fleshing out this engaging cartoon is an excellent performance by Ian Hart..." Sight and Sound "...Lively, galvanizing and unexpectedly well made....[Softley] has done a fond, imaginative job..." New York Times "...An exhilarating surprise....As thrilling as it is original..." -- Rating: A Entertainment Weekly "...It's lively and full of good music and it plays around with a fascinating subject..." Los Angeles Times "BACKBEAT nails the era's speed-fueled rocker spirit while mining the consequences of an artist following his bliss." Rolling Stone "[I]t's Ian Hart as the young Lennon who steals the show." Uncut0.3574893

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