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Paste (magazine) - "There is truth in Mahalia Jackson's vibrant contralto. Joy. Beauty. Strength. Sadness. Spirituality and redemption."45.87485

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Rolling Stone (3/4/71, p.48) - "...Elvis Presley has come out with a record which gives us some of the very finest and most affecting music since he first recorded for Sun almost 17 years ago..."Uncut (magazine) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The honky-tonk strum of Ernest Tubb's 'Tomorrow Never Comes' becomes a blood-and-thunder ballad....Hank Cochran's 'Make The World Go Away' re-emerged as a dark sermon from the church of the broken-hearted."45.87485

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Entertainment Weekly (1/12/01, p.83) - "...The most significant boxed set of the year....LEGACY should secure Nelson's place in the pantheon of great '50s rockers..." - Rating: ANo Depression (3-4/01, pp.105-6) - "...An in depth look at Nelson from teen idol to country rock pioneer to rockabilly revivalist..."42.40587

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Rolling Stone (11/29/90) - "...with thunderous gales of guitar grunge...the songs--aching ballads and country-punk raveups--careen forward with equal parts urgency and earnestness. This is what it would have sounded like if Hank Williams had fronted Husker Du."Spin (9/99, p.153) - Ranked #63 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Q (10/03, p.131) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...A grainy authority permeates 1990's NO DEPRESSION..."Uncut (9/03, p.122) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...It's the most rock-oriented album they made, owing as much to Husker Du as to Hank Williams..."Alternative Press (3/01, p.104) - Included in A.P.'s "10 Essential Alt-Country Albums" - "...Countrified punk rock with a few acoustic parlor songs interspersed to break up the train-wreck pace..."The Bob (Fall/90) - "`No Depression' is a Norman Rockwell illustration turned upside down, a portrait of the American heartland that offers no hope, no joy, no alternatives, and no escape...As bleak as this landscape gets, Uncle Tupelo lifts the mood by conducting themselves like a rural power trio, mixing equal parts Who-style guitar lunacy and Husker Du-ish tidal waves of noise."Paste (magazine) - "Its sound was refreshingly unvarnished, the band striving for passion over perfection, authenticity over hip cachet."Pitchfork (Website) - "[S]omething remarkable: a raw, lonesome clatter, the singular sound of Midwestern kids getting loud and desperate."42.39813

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4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] a guns-blazing final act and strong performances from its entire cast..."Box Office "THE BOURNE LEGACY is a solid success....[Gilroy has] staged a global cat-and-mouse game with hurtling energy, uncommon intelligence and admirable clarity."Wall Street Journal "Like any story with BOURNE in the title, this one scampers around the globe, with a big chunk of well-crafted showdown action set in teeming Manila....Jason Bourne's legacy is in good hands." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly 3 stars out of 5 -- "Renner's Aaron Cross soon proves himself a force to be reckoned with..."Total Film42.38256

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.103) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[W]ith notable musicianship -- including an impressively tight rhythm section and fast-fingered lead work..."42.13291

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JazzTimes (5/01, pp.128-30) - "...There are moments when Bailey reveals an affection for the burred tones of Roy Eldridge..."42.13291

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CMJ (11/29/99, p.27) - "...It's a very swinging and sophisticated large band, which is hard to find these days."JazzTimes (6/00, pp.106-9) - "...[They] wield the banner of big band excellence....Couple Thad Jones' writing style...with his gift for swinging phrasing and the result is one of the finest big-band scoring of the post-Basie era..."42.13291

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CMJ (2/12/01, p.29) - "...Godlike....A metal fusion of Pink Floyd and the Beatles, Opeth uses dynamics and atmosphere in ways many other bands can't..."Village Voice (5/22/01, p.79) - "Avoiding the cornier trappings of goth metal and the Satanic hordes, Opeth paint on an epic canvas, sounding at times like... metal's answer to '70s King Crimson. Restless with moods and melodic lines, their impressively long songs flow and unfold over shifting blocks of rhythmic ice."42.13291

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