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3 stars out of 5 -- "It's a small story with a big heart that trumps a lot of the louder and more expensive machine-made Hollywood pictures."Box Office "[Reichardt] has perfected a mode of rapturous minimalism....Williams makes Wendy's total lack of affect luminously expressive." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[The film] does not include a superfluous word or shot....What happens to Wendy -- and to Lucy -- matters a lot, which is to say that WENDY AND LUCY, for all its modesty, matters a lot too."New York Times "Reichardt's haunting, mournful film engages the texture of a life in which money and hope are equally thin on the ground....Williams' performance is remarkable not only for its depth but for its stillness."Los Angeles Times 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Kelly Reichardt is a true cinema poet who works miracles in miniature. And she finds the perfect collaborator in Williams..."Rolling Stone Included in Entertainment Weekly's 2008 Films Of The Year -- "[A] precise, nearly whispered story....Pay attention, and it grows into a textured ode -- or maybe it's a lament -- to a lost America..."Entertainment Weekly "WENDY AND LUCY is another illustration of how absorbing a film can be when the plot doesn't stand between us and a character."Chicago Sun-Times "Williams's performance is nuanced, moving and well worth any awards she gets."Washington Post 4 stars out of 5 -- "Far more than just a sentimental anecdote about a girl and a dog, on this exciting new director's watch a simple tale becomes the stuff of pure poetry."Total Film31.10746

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "24 unimpeachable selections penned by the master songwriters of Memphis and Muscle Shoals. Every song is simply stupendous..."28.88283

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Rolling Stone (p.80) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Louvin turns out highly likable collabos with people such as Elvis Costello, Jeff Tweedy and Will Oldham. Well-penned and dustily tuneful."Entertainment Weekly (p.98) - "[Featuring] lovely, utterly unpretentious readings of these dozen bluegrass standards, blues, and selections from his own songbook." -- Grade: B+Uncut (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A]mong the sturdy Louvins/Carter Family/Bill Monroe chestnuts, 'Ira', a tearful elegy to his brother's legacy stands out."Magnet (p.103) - "[A]t 79 years of age and with his voice taking on a handsome, lacquered husk not unlike that of Dr. Ralph Stanley, Louvin remains the focal point."Dirty Linen (p.82) - "Louvin sounds great and seems to be having a ball running through a set of Louvin Brothers tunes and classics by the likes of A.P. Carter, Jimmie Rodgers, and the Delmore Brothers."No Depression (p.111) - "The project positions Louvin as a crucial link between country's foundations and future....It's hard for a murder ballad to get an darker than the matter-of-fact 'Knoxville Girl', or for heartbreak to sound more desolately abject than on 'Must You Throw Dirt On My Face'."Mojo (Publisher) (p.104) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]here is subtle beauty here and cuts such as the tender biographical tribute 'Ira'...and 'Grave On The Green Hillside' are a real delight."0.3665164

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The Wire (p.53) - "Within its contemplative parameters, ASK FORGIVENESS is certainly a success....[With] Bonnie 'Prince' Billy returning once again to a meditative, troubadour persona..."Q (Magazine) (p.92) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "With Oldham reinventing everything in his own backwoods way, the results are not so far in spirit from Johnny Cash's American Recordings."Harp (magazine) - "[T]here's remarkable fluidity across this gorgeous set, which suggests that Oldham's versions of anyone else's songs are first and foremost his own."Uncut (magazine) (p.83) - "Unobtrusive, but indubitably stylish."0.3215277

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"Using inexperienced actors and lived-in locations, Mr. Porterfield joins an off-the-cuff narrative to a rigorous realism, allowing information to swell and fade through snatches of overheard conversations."New York Times "[An] affecting family drama....Drenched in the evening glow of its urban and suburban backdrops, DARKER comes alive in the dark..."A.V. Club0.3205998

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Rolling Stone (6/12/97, p.118) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...superior examples of subtle hearbreak....proves that whatever else Oldham may be, he still isn't predictable..."Entertainment Weekly (5/2/97, p.61) - "...On these early singles, outtakes, and oddities, the music consistently underlines Oldham's connection to the American-gothic traditions he invokes." - Rating: B+Q (5/97, p.142) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...Drawing on [Will] Oldham's already considerable oeuvre- LOST BLUES...runs the gamut of the man's visceral obsessions....with a novelist's eye for detail and the Louvin Brothers' ear for a melancholic refrain..."Option (7-8/97, pp.120-121) - "...there's no denying that the cumulative weight of these little projects form the most diverse and interesting--and solid--Palace record yet."Melody Maker (3/22/97, p.51) - "...And so, quietly and spectrally, like a daguerreotype of the unseen or hymns in language ancient and merciless, these songs startle and dazzle like the coming of electricity....It's the sound of the body weary as dust, but of the soul gazing on treasures untold."0.295342

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Rolling Stone (3/18/04, p.72) - 3 stars out of 5 - "Oldham doesn't cover so much as reinvent spare Palace tunes such as "Ohio River Boat Song" and "Gulf Shores" into lush countrypolitian numbers."Spin (p.108) - "[M]ost of these jaunty retoolings are a rhinestone-studded joy." - Grade: B+Uncut (4/04, p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[P]ossibly the most straightforwardly enjoyable album Oldham has produced thus far....He sounds more human, less theatrical, touchingly direct."Uncut (p.76) - Ranked #43 in Uncut's "Best New Albums of 2004" - "[A] stunning collection of wryly provocative country ballads with a blackly humorous twist."CMJ (3/15/04, p.4) - "[H]is now-solid voice is confident, as though years of inexplicable yearning have made him wiser....Oldham's disenchantment has finally been refigured into a brilliant new eloquence."Dirty Linen (p.83) - "These sounds are amazingly fresh, vibrant, and a breath of fresh air..."Mojo (Publisher) (4/04, p.126) - "[B]eefed up country-style with big guitars, rollicking piano, fiddling fiddles and loud pedal steel....An agreeable curio..."0.295342

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Q (p.125) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n intimate hour spent revisiting past glories, with Penn's soothing voice and Oldham's soulful keyboards gliding through the night."Down Beat (p.67) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Still an outstanding tunesmith, Penn leaves Nashville now and then to give performances with sidekick/keyboardist Oldham -- here they're in the British Isles in 1998."Living Blues (p.40) - "Penn takes the lead on most of the songs. His grainy murmur transforms 'I'm Your Puppet' from a jaunty novelty into a yearning plea of infatuation."No Depression (1-2/00, p.94) - "...Penn, of the astonishingly soulful vocals, and Oldham, potentate of the slow-groove Wurlitzer...are responsible for sublime pop and soul songs....[this album] is a master class with two great soul men."Mojo (Publisher) (p.131) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Penn's voice -- weathered yet unmistakably smooth -- is in top form, and the recording is crisp enough to make the listener feel like they were there."Mojo (Publisher) (1/00, p.30) - Ranked #38 in Mojo Magazine's "Best of 1999"0.295342

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Uncut (2/03, p.77) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Softly shuffling beats, lonely guitars, occasional banjos and quietly unhinged vocals recall both Will Oldham and Howe Gelb..."Magnet (10/02, p.81) - "...Original and expansive..."CMJ (12/02, p.51) - "...Blends tasty, fluid electric guitar picking with quiet layers of atmosphere..."0.284193

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.101) - "[I]ntimate, Will Oldham-like folk disquisition 'A Burden' is punctuated by clusters of sublimely glinting violin, while dreich minor chord dirge 'Heathen's Kiss' is bought to life by subtle daubs of strings..."Paste (magazine) (p.53) - "Horse Feathers constructs music out of fragile whispers and half-remembered dreams, eagerly filling in the gaps between Sufjan Stevens and Iron & Wine..."0.284193

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The Wire (p.45) - "The literary quality of his words is sustained at an impossibly high level -- there isn't a dud or 'squeezed to fit' line here..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.114) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "'So Everyone' is classic Oldham territory: a love song that's concurrently dirty, funny, romantic, self-centred and tragic..."0.284193

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Alternative Press (p.200) - "[T]he sound is closer to the Boss' NEBRASKA -- as Will Oldham would have done it -- haunting, reflective and drowning in sorrow."No Depression (p.120) - "TO THE RACES sounds like a troubadour telling tales of isolation and loneliness by a campfire just over a sand dune from the ocean."0.284193

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Paste (magazine) - "On the stunning 'New Black Rich (Tusks),' Oldham basks in his own....Backed by heartbroken fiddles and electric guitars, it is the album's most intimate moment..."Pitchfork (Website) - "[T]he McCrary sisters add spiritual weight to 'We are Unhappy', which offsets despairing lyrics with a bouncy, decidedly happy-sounding banjo..."0.284193

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Spin (p.68) - "Most of the record crawls by quietly, like a wary hunter."Magnet (p.52) - "WOLFROY GOES TO TOWN is a meditative and sparse collection....On tracks like 'We Are Unhappy,' he still sees a darkness."The Wire (p.56) - "Oldham orbits a remarkably consistent sonic and lyrical solar system -- a Kentucky Kierkegaard for the mildly melancholy..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "WOLFROY GOES TO TOWN quietly features some sterling additions to Oldham's songbook. Album centerpiece 'Black Captain' recalls vintage Palace material in its musical economy..."Uncut (magazine) (p.81) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[U]ncharacteristically respectful of the traditional country and hushed folk idioms that make it up."0.2813367

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Spin (p.94) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[The songs] flirt with familiar forms -- from straight-up blues to achy, winsome country ballads....Proving that well-worn ingredients often yield novel and beautiful results."Entertainment Weekly (p.95) - "Here he returns to more familiar territory, strumming spare elegies on acoustic guitar. His warmth is complemented by chilly accents..." -- Grade: B+Uncut (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he most immediately striking thing is the effect of the string arrangements, which add an extra layer of haunting mystery."The Wire (p.49) - "Prince Billy is more stylistically adventurous than usual here....Even Oldham's most romantic songs are flavoured with a carnal aftertaste. THE LETTING GO is singed with intimacy."CMJ (p.47) - "The orchestral backings nicely fill the sparse acoustic tunes, and Dawn McCarthy's vocals blend well with Oldham's."Dirty Linen (p.85) - "The warbling vocals have a poignant, vulnerable quality while much of the music sounds eerily haunting."No Depression (p.102) - "[T]here's a disarmingly endearing sense that he's found great sweetness in it all."Mojo (Publisher) (p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] expansive arrangements and glowing melodies....Wherever it ultimately sits in the Oldham canon, THE LETTING GO -- introspective, yet as tender and universal as a lover's embrace -- is a fine addition."Uncut (magazine) (p.83) - "[McCarthy is] a suitable banshee-like foil on one of Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's most intimate records."0.2461184

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Uncut (3/00, p.84) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...His songs are made up of glancing asides, frozen whispers and raucous and forlorn requiems that draw on ghost images of America's past..."Alternative Press (5/00, p.100) - 4 out of 5 - "...May be one of the best entrance points to Oldham's unique musical universe; populated with desolate ballads, odes to alcoholic lovers, and salutes to all that we keep hidden away deep in our hearts..."Magnet (4-5/00, p.89) - "...fresh insight into his restless musical mind....a jumble-sale companion to Palace Music's LOST BLUES, containing an assortment of unfindable singles, compilation tracks, Peel sessions and alternate takes from throughout his career..."The Wire (3/00, p.51) - "...The emphasis is on the slow gait of Oldham's acoustic guitar and sometimes convincing...overplayed hillbilly drawl....mining the faded, world-weary seam between folk, rock and indie experiment..."CMJ (2/14/00, p.19) - "...offers Oldham's raw, unpolished sound in even rawer and more unpolished settings....his stark vocal and guitar approach grab ahold don't let go..."Melody Maker (3/7/00, p.47) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...mournful, fractured, minimal country, with that reedy whine telling tales of incest, drunkeness, death and other 'Brookside' storylines....this compilation [may] appeal beyond the hardcore fans."Mojo (Publisher) (3/00, p.96) - "...this is beautiful music for anyone wishing to escape bland standard country and enjoy its tart, salty and bitter margins....this epic CD will bring both joy to the faithful and a strange sense of existential indigestion to everyone else..."NME (Magazine) (2/19/00, p.34) - 8 out of 10 - "...highlights the depth and acuity of his talents....showcasing that great mismatch of Appalachian style and Bon Scott content, proving again the surprising warmth and flexibility of his parched materials..."0.2461184

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Spin (p.77) - "Oldham remains mostly untroubled on BEWARE, accompanied by an array of instruments -- marimba, cornet, banjo, and flute swirl around placid country-tinged ruminations..."Entertainment Weekly (p.63) - "BEWARE is studded with warm country rambles and folky, fiddle-tinged laments." -- Grade: B+Q (Magazine) (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] more muscular instrumentation....'There Is Something I Have To Say' and 'Without Work You Have Nothing' testify to Oldham's metaphysical powers."Paste (magazine) (p.65) - "'There Is Something I Have To Say' swells in that listless ennui he favored in a past life, while 'Afraid Ain't Me' -- with it gypsy punch -- adds flute and violin with an ear toward DESIRE-era Dylan."Pitchfork (Website) - "Oldham seems more inclined than ever to instruct and guide, a move befitting his age, experience and the role he plays in the indie-rock community."Clash (magazine) (p.111) - "There is an air of flamboyance surrounding this record, and it is this evocation of grandeur that ensures that these essentially personal anecdotes are give the life and breathing space they deserve."Record Collector (magazine) (p.88) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "BEWARE is yet another collection of songs veering from the poignant to the amusing, with heartbreaking, filthy ruminations upon the turbulence of relationships."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Warmed through by pedal steel, and by soulful backing singers, the impression is periodically of EXILE...-era Rolling Stones, buffed up to a Nashville shine."0.2461184

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Magnet (8-9/99, p.82) - "The sleeper of the summer may end up being THE ELEPHANT SOUND....[the album] is gracefully shambling and texturally elegant."The Wire (9/99, p.58) - "...map out a similar territory to Wil Oldham with their brand of mournful, raw Country blues rippled with psychedelic undertones....but they have a wide enough musical palatte...to defer feelings of yawning predictability."CMJ (5/31/99, p.28) - "...The deeply resonant songs of Monroe Mustang will strike a chord with listeners who like their music slow, thoughful and disarming....Sonorous and subdued, Monroe Mustang's music isn't an outpouring of emotion; it's an exercise in tension and restraint..."0.2273544

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Q (p.98) - "[H]is emotionally wrought songs cover the gamut of life's big themes...and he intones them in a voice so full of foreboding it might give Nick Cave goosebumps."Uncut (p.88) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "This wonderful record already feels like a cult classic."Magnet (p.90) - "Arbouretum shares Oldham's vintage, creaky-voiced aesthetic but adds explosive guitar workouts that make it seem like Crazy Horse is coloring the margins."0.2273544

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Spin (p.104) - 3.5 stars out of 5 --"[The] band never lets up, from the hillbilly stomp of 'Allie Mae Reynolds' to the banjos and brass of 'Busted Old Church'....It's a flat-out hoot."Uncut (p.92) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "O'Death's apocalyptic fervour and punky noise generally suggest their kindred spirits 16 Horsepower, Will Oldham and The Boggs."CMJ (p.46) - "O'Death's rabid brand of old-timey music owes just as much to Charlie Daniels-style fiddle as it does Ralph Stanley's gospel bluegrass..."0.2273544

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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."0.2273544

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Uncut (p.114) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he band made a further unexpected stylistic leap, this time into soul music..."Melody Maker (5/16/00, p.47) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "Lushly soulful alt-country music, like Will Oldham if he took caseloads of mellow drugs and somehow convinced Motown to release his material."Mojo (Publisher) (p.121) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he Southern warmth of 'The Saturday Option' and 'Scamper' reveal Lambchop were heading towards the country-soul revival tent."0.2273544

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Rolling Stone (p.76) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Bad-news love songs get slowed to morphine drips; the country-blues number about John Henry showcases Earle's hot fingerpicking."Q (Magazine) (p.107) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] mix of old-time country as if played through a Randy Newman filter lent to him by Will Oldham. Classic lived-in country."Mojo (Publisher) (p.109) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The sepia-toned, Opry retro remains and there's excellent 'now' Americana..."0.2273544

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Uncut (p.114) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he band made a further unexpected stylistic leap, this time into soul music..."Melody Maker (5/16/00, p.47) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "Lushly soulful alt-country music, like Will Oldham if he took caseloads of mellow drugs and somehow convinced Motown to release his material."Mojo (Publisher) (p.121) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he Southern warmth of 'The Saturday Option' and 'Scamper' reveal Lambchop were heading towards the country-soul revival tent."0.2273544

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Uncut (5/04, p.89) - "[A]s blackly comic as it was epiphanic..."Dirty Linen (2-3/00, p.93) - "...Here is Will Oldham again with more name changes and more cryptic packaging. There is a dark quality to the songs....quasiminimalist..."Q (Magazine) (p.113) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "I SEE A DARKNESS was his masterpiece, ushering in a direct and less mythic style of songwriting."Mojo (Publisher) (p.65) - Ranked #20 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[With] stronger vocals and sparsely arranged, utterly beautiful melodies."Mojo (Publisher) (1/99, p.99) - "...harrowing gothic-folk at its darkest. A quiet gem for those chill, midwinter evenings."0.2273544

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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."0.2273544

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The Wire (p.53) - "These are otherwise raucous, raging readings, with a field of fuzzy, gnarled guitars replacing Bonnie 'Prince' Billy's more typical palette of acoustics and lap steel."Mojo (Publisher) (p.116) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[The album] finds an uncommonly energised Oldham ranging across his capacious back catalogue, his palpable enthusiasm manifesting in unlikely between-song whoops of joy."Mojo (Publisher) (p.64) - Ranked #6 in Mojo's "2005 Americana Albums Of The Year."0.2273544

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3 stars out of 5 -- "What lifts the film is the terrific score by David Byrne who appears as himself and has crafted some of his most memorable tunes including the rich title song that sets the tone for the film, title and all."Box Office "As ever, Sorrentino fills the frame with panache, making striking compositions from the terraced streets....There are pleasures indeed..."Sight and Sound 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] charming, stylish and witty journey through America and into history..."Total Film "David Byrne cameos as himself in a very funny scene....Byrne also collaborated with Will Oldham on the soundtrack."Uncut "The music, by David Byrne and Will Oldham, is exceptionally varied and characteristically rich."Wall Street Journal "[E]very character is strongly drawn and played with an unsettling tension..."Los Angeles Times "[A film] that expresses the kind of fascination with exotic American landscapes that you find in Wim Wenderss PARIS, TEXAS, Wong Kar-wais MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS, and in BORAT."New York Times "[Penn] succeeds in slowly ferreting out the complicated, confused man underneath the affectations." -- Grade: B+A.V. Club 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "THIS MUST BE THE PLACE centers on another uncompromising character invention by Sean Penn....Few actors have played a wider variety of characters, and even fewer have done it without making it seem like a stunt."Chicago Sun-Times0.2009548

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Uncut (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[T]here's a quirky, haunted quality to the songs....[T]he effect is of floating dazedly above worldly matters, like a figure in a Chagall painting."Magnet (p.67) - Ranked #18 in Magnet's "The 20 Best Albums Of 2004" - "ESCONDIDA delivers the goods with the wilted-orchid whisper of Billie Holiday."CMJ (p.6) - "ESCONDIDA is a reminder that Americana isn't about patriotism, it's about the twisted roots of blues, jazz and country growing into something strange and beautiful."Mojo (Publisher) (p.110) - 4 stars out of 5 - "It really is incredibly good....A contemporary of Billie Holiday this time around rather than a disciple of Will Oldham."Paste (magazine) - "Literate, spooky and utterly compelling, ESCONDIDA is not only an astonishing album, but the announcement of a singular, visionary talent."0.1989351

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Spin (10/01, p.129) - "...A folk-rock song cycle about love's eternal pyre, filled with the usual mix of loomin violence and explicit sex..."Q (4/01, p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Lovely....great songs written from a compellingly skewed perspective..."Uncut (5/04, p.89) - "A more richly textured sound acted as a suitable backdrop for lusty tales of infidelity..."The Wire (1/02, p.40) - Ranked #15 in Wire's "50 Records of the Year 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (1/02, p.69) - Ranked #20 in Mojo's "Best [40] Albums of 2001".Mojo (Publisher) (4/01, p.88) - "...Lo-fi, spooky, perverse hillbilly blues....Instantly appealing and rewards repeated listening..."NME (Magazine) (3/10/01, p.32) - 9 out of 10 - "...Beneath the staggering knack for simple tunes and the strangulated gift for writing beautiful words, everything on this truly brilliant record will show you what a callous little scumbag Oldham is..."0.1989351

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