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Down Beat (p.85) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "[H]e judiciously uses off-setting lines and bracing harmonies to remind the listener that an overriding, post-modern sensibility is at play."17.80382

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Dirty Linen (4-5/00, p.77) - "...A reissue of some of the nicest and enduring fiddle and accordion work you can hope to hear....it's a terrific glimpse of the age-old Cajun sound played the way it was supposed to be heard."5.679636

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"There are a few sublime Watson-Poullard fiddle duets, and two more tunes showcase Poullard's masterful accordion solo technique. Overall, a brilliant representation of old-time Creole la-la music played by today's masters."0.2834487

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CMJ (3/20/00, p.32) - "...Danu adheres to a more time-honored, traditional approach [to Irish music]....the youth of the group enables them to play their fiddles, accordions and pipes with an awful lot of zest and vigor."0.2834487

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Entertainment Weekly (6/26-7/3/98, p.127) - "...Using callipoes, Balinese metal angklungs, accordion, bnjo, mellotron, and mroe, this Dyland of the disconsolate has created what is arguably the decade's most compelling and original body of work." - Rating: A0.2474872

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Dirty Linen (p.40) - "The golden era of the region's narrative balladry is explored by the 22 tracks....Sung in spanish, accompaniment is provided by accordion and the 12-string bass-like bajo sexton alternating between waltz-time and polkas."0.242956

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Spin (10/98, pp.148-149) - 8 (out of 10) - "...Schmidt leads a musical tour through swoony vacation scenarios exuding the dreamlike allure and romantic artifice of movie sets....The rhythm section lays down fat, funky Caribbean beats underneath Paris accordions, breathy chanson lyrics brimful with mock melodrama...and more ennui than even Roxy Music..."0.2194928

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Option (11-12/96, p.93) - "...sounding something like the Clash's Mick Jones fronting Son Volt, accordion in hand. Produced by Mekon frontman Jon Langford (who also plays and sings here)....stands on its own as a moving, finely crafted record lurking in the shadows of latter-day Nashville."0.2194928

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Down Beat (p.53) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "There are beautiful moments on REVERSE THREAD. The closing track, 'Mwana Talitambula,' lays a simple, lullaby melody over high accordion tones that shimmer like violin harmonics..."Paste (magazine) (p.86) - "The result showcases Carter's virtuosic abilities with her own instrument, and acclaimed kora player Yacouba Sissoko helps ground the music in the rich past it's meant to honor."0.1914985

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Spin (p.96) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he earnest songwriting duo of frontman Rob Waller and guitarist Paul Lacques enhance the band's earnestly shopworn sagebrush grooves with a shot of timely anxiety."Dirty Linen (p.60) - "Besides the varying textures, another factor that keeps the proceedings fresh is the variety of session musicians who play everything from pedal steel, guitar, and fiddle to accordion, piano, and B-3."0.18213

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Q (Magazine) (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Like all the best break-up albums, WHO NEEDS WHO bleeds heartache from every lyric, but keeps faith in music as the surest form of consolation."Mojo (Publisher) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[B]uilt on breezy piano melodies, choral-folk arrangements an an epic ambition..."Paste (magazine) - "On top of a traditional piano-bass-drums rhythm section, Dark Dark Dark wheel out strings, horns, and accordions, all used to frame and color Nona Marie Invie's aching jazz-cabaret..."0.1541356

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Recorded in Nashville in three days, it's tight and uncluttered, with fiddle and dobro accenting jaunty bluegrass-folk corkers such as 'Hidden Shame.'"Spin (p.88) - "With alchemical highlights that include back-porch footstompers, torchy weepers, and a tenderhearted, set-closing waltz, SECRET testifies to the merits of aging gracefully."Billboard (p.33) - "[On] 'My All Time Doll,' one of the strongest cuts, Jeff Taylor's accordion shades the desperation in Costello's lyric with just the right amount of sarcasm."Q (Magazine) (p.118) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[The album is] reminiscent of ALMOST BLUE's country covers, recorded nearly three decades ago....All good stuff..."Record Collector (magazine) (pp.80-81) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] weighty addition to a body of work that continues to buck trends and restlessly seek out fresh adventures."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'Red Cotton,' the last of the Andersen songs, is the most gripping ballad entry....[This is] his most engaging album in a very long time."0.149925

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Rolling Stone (p.74) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Recorded in Nashville in three days, it's tight and uncluttered, with fiddle and dobro accenting jaunty bluegrass-folk corkers such as 'Hidden Shame.'"Spin (p.88) - "With alchemical highlights that include back-porch footstompers, torchy weepers, and a tenderhearted, set-closing waltz, SECRET testifies to the merits of aging gracefully."Billboard (p.33) - "[On] 'My All Time Doll,' one of the strongest cuts, Jeff Taylor's accordion shades the desperation in Costello's lyric with just the right amount of sarcasm."Q (Magazine) (p.118) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[The album is] reminiscent of ALMOST BLUE's country covers, recorded nearly three decades ago....All good stuff..."Record Collector (magazine) (pp.80-81) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A] weighty addition to a body of work that continues to buck trends and restlessly seek out fresh adventures."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "'Red Cotton,' the last of the Andersen songs, is the most gripping ballad entry....[This is] his most engaging album in a very long time."0.149925

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Entertainment Weekly (9/20/96, p.83) - "...Richman returns to the big leagues...with this typically friendly collection. SURRENDER offers a decent representation of Richman's considerable charms but largely lacks the effervescence of his best work..." - Rating: BQ (11/96, p.132) - 3 Stars (out of 5) - "...a strong return to form for the adenoidal one, the usual breezy pop melodies propped up by a fruitily belligerent horn section and a succession of Gallic-flavoured accordion flourishes..."0.1494514

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Spin (p.88) - "TOGETHER THROUGH LIFE resides in that sepia-toned world; the biggest flourish is the omnipresent accordion, courtesy of Los Lobos' David Hidalgo, which only adds to the air of dusty antiquity."Q (Magazine) (p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]ts musical touchstone is his radio programme, 'Theme Time Radio Hour.' As on the show, here he's reconnecting with the uncluttered blues-based music he grew up with, the music he loves."Blender (Magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] strikingly simple -- and strikingly excellent new album....He revels in how banged-up and gruff his voice is with a lifetime of road dust corroding his lungs."Paste (magazine) - "[The album] finds him plowing the same American furrow he's been working for the past 12 years, but with a distinct border-town edge suited to the record's reflective, riotous and emotionally rugged turns."Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Rather than the sophisticated country-jazz of MODERN TIMES, here's a raw rock'n'roll cacophany with a Cajun twist, Los Lobos' David Higaldo driving virtually every song with his accordion."Uncut (magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The lyrics allude frequently to sinking suns, chilly winds, eternal loneliness, twilight reveries, final voyages to unspecified destinations, the seeping away of the day's last light."0.1431632

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Spin (p.88) - "TOGETHER THROUGH LIFE resides in that sepia-toned world; the biggest flourish is the omnipresent accordion, courtesy of Los Lobos' David Hidalgo, which only adds to the air of dusty antiquity."Q (Magazine) (p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]ts musical touchstone is his radio programme, 'Theme Time Radio Hour.' As on the show, here he's reconnecting with the uncluttered blues-based music he grew up with, the music he loves."Blender (Magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] strikingly simple -- and strikingly excellent new album....He revels in how banged-up and gruff his voice is with a lifetime of road dust corroding his lungs."Paste (magazine) - "[The album] finds him plowing the same American furrow he's been working for the past 12 years, but with a distinct border-town edge suited to the record's reflective, riotous and emotionally rugged turns."Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Rather than the sophisticated country-jazz of MODERN TIMES, here's a raw rock'n'roll cacophany with a Cajun twist, Los Lobos' David Higaldo driving virtually every song with his accordion."Uncut (magazine) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "The lyrics allude frequently to sinking suns, chilly winds, eternal loneliness, twilight reveries, final voyages to unspecified destinations, the seeping away of the day's last light."0.1431632

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Rolling Stone (p.57) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[W]ith his first-ever album of songs written by other people, it feels like he's turned to the music of our shared past to find a moral compass for a nation that's gone off the rails."Rolling Stone (p.106) - Ranked #29 in Rolling Stone's "The Top 50 Albums Of 2006" -- "These big-band treatments combine Dixieland brass, cantina accordions and barn-dance fiddles..."Entertainment Weekly (p.134) - "Enlivened by flailing banjos, tub-thumping horns, and hopped up accordions....[He] isn't afraid to mix in some merriment with the message." -- Grade: A-Q (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's good to hear Springsteen with the pressure off, tapping deep into the bedrock of American music and singing and playing for the sheer joy of it."Q (p.125) - Ranked #16 in Q Magazine's "100 Greatest Albums of 2006" -- "[I]t proved to be a rip-roaring, ramshackle masterstroke."No Depression (p.123) - "[T]he] album deftly balances such deeply spiritual forays with a lot of upbeat material....Bringing a deep personal connection to some of the most quintessentially American songs ever written."Mojo (Publisher) (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "It takes easily five seconds to discover this is a Springsteen as you've never heard him before....A big band of little-knowns tumbles and jumbles diverse folk idioms all around him..."0.1319312

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"Exhilarating, opaque, heartbreaking and completely bonkers....A deliciously preposterous piece of filmmaking that appraises life and death and everything in between, reflected in a funhouse mirror."Hollywood Reporter 4 stars out of 5 -- "Carax's playful blend of David Lynch and Lewis Carroll truly has to be seen to be believed. Indulgent, inventive, barmy and brave..."Total Film "[T]his is an innovative film with the power to amaze."Sight and Sound "[A] dream of the movies that looks like a movie of dreams....Its an episodic work of great visual invention -- from scene to scene, you never see whats coming..."New York Times 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "HOLY MOTORS, fueled by pure feeling, is a dream of a movie you want to get lost in. It's a thing of beauty."Rolling Stone 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Here is a film that is exasperating, frustrating, anarchic and in a constant state of renewal. It's not tame."Chicago Sun-Times "In HOLY MOTORS Carax insists on our other selves. His daylong ride is a wary celebration, a joyful dirge that's served up in concentrated form by a roving band of accordion players."Los Angeles Times0.131188

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Spin (p.76) - "[T]hey used tape-loop gristle and other noisy marginalia to throw bright, melody-driven songs off-balance..."Spin (4/99, pp.166-167) - 7 (out of 10) - "...the lyrics are loopily discursive...while the flat out gorgeous arrangements are straight outta [Sgt.] Pepperland..."Entertainment Weekly (3/26/99, p.87) - "...It's a sonic wonderland, and the jump-cut delirium is transporting..." Rating B+"Magnet (p.58) - "BLACK FOLIAGE confines most of the abstract excursions to the between-song 'animations,' making for a more harmonious whole..."CMJ (3/15/99, p.3) - "...warm, lilting harmonies and fleeting pop melodies draw the listener in before the group shifts into a whimsical smatter of accordions, pianos and ghostly Theremin..."Melody Maker (4/3/99, p.36) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...don't run anywhere, because BLACK FOLIAGE is very good indeed..."Mojo (Publisher) (4/99, p.102) - "...transcends its lo-fi, home studio production with excellent editing, slow accretion...planned accident, and - the acid test for any psych group - convincing vocals..."NME (Magazine) (4/10/99, p.31) - "...OTC temper their excursions into avant-garde noisemaking with a loving propensity for melting harmonies and sunny pop..."0.1097464

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Rolling Stone (p.130) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n amazing record that sounds like it was casually banged out in a particularly creative weekend. It's steeped in Southern life..."Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.135) - Ranked # 10 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...It rocks..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.65) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (7/9-23/98, pp.131-132) - 4.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Not only is CAR WHEELS ON A GRAVEL ROAD more perfect than the two albums that preceded it...but it achieves its perfection by being more imperfect....not since the openhearted HAPPY WOMAN BLUES has she gotten so much feeling on tape..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #61 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #4 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Entertainment Weekly (7/10/98, p.74) - "...Williams has rarely sounded better. And when her voice meets a first-rate song (and some accordions and Dobros), few country-folkies more acutely evoke the elementary highs and lows of daily life..." - Rating: A-Q (p.150) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her voice has never sounded quite so strong, pure and tormented..."Uncut (p.134) - "Repositioning country-blues roots rock as contemporary Southern art, the album gives us a sense of life and place that leap from every line and guitar lick."Alternative Press (3/01, p.104) - Included in A.P.'s "10 Essential Alt-Country Albums" - "...Too diverse for country, too country to be rock - whatever this is, we need more of it."CMJ (1/11/99, p.5) - "...Though the record is replete with stinging melodies, sturdy song structures and rustic, barroom vocal passion, its greatest asset is Williams' stirring lyrics..."No Depression (p.78) - "'Drunken Angel' and 'Can't Let Go' stand out as examples of the rawness of CAR WHEELS intensified as Williams delivers its heartbreak and tumult onstage."Mojo (Publisher) (p.63) - Ranked #31 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[A] bluesy, rootsy album, its fatalistic pull resonating with anyone who has loved and lost."0.08523074

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Rolling Stone (p.130) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A]n amazing record that sounds like it was casually banged out in a particularly creative weekend. It's steeped in Southern life..."Rolling Stone (10/31/02, p.135) - Ranked # 10 in Rolling Stone's "Women in Rock: The 50 Essential Albums" - "...It rocks..."Rolling Stone (5/13/99, p.65) - Included in Rolling Stone's "Essential Recordings of the 90's."Rolling Stone (7/9-23/98, pp.131-132) - 4.5 Stars (out of 5) - "...Not only is CAR WHEELS ON A GRAVEL ROAD more perfect than the two albums that preceded it...but it achieves its perfection by being more imperfect....not since the openhearted HAPPY WOMAN BLUES has she gotten so much feeling on tape..."Spin (9/99, p.150) - Ranked #61 in Spin Magazine's "90 Greatest Albums of the '90s."Spin (1/99, p.91) - Ranked #4 on Spin's list of "Top 20 Albums of '98."Entertainment Weekly (7/10/98, p.74) - "...Williams has rarely sounded better. And when her voice meets a first-rate song (and some accordions and Dobros), few country-folkies more acutely evoke the elementary highs and lows of daily life..." - Rating: A-Q (p.150) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Her voice has never sounded quite so strong, pure and tormented..."Uncut (p.134) - "Repositioning country-blues roots rock as contemporary Southern art, the album gives us a sense of life and place that leap from every line and guitar lick."Alternative Press (3/01, p.104) - Included in A.P.'s "10 Essential Alt-Country Albums" - "...Too diverse for country, too country to be rock - whatever this is, we need more of it."CMJ (1/11/99, p.5) - "...Though the record is replete with stinging melodies, sturdy song structures and rustic, barroom vocal passion, its greatest asset is Williams' stirring lyrics..."No Depression (p.78) - "'Drunken Angel' and 'Can't Let Go' stand out as examples of the rawness of CAR WHEELS intensified as Williams delivers its heartbreak and tumult onstage."Mojo (Publisher) (p.63) - Ranked #31 in Mojo's "100 Modern Classics" -- "[A] bluesy, rootsy album, its fatalistic pull resonating with anyone who has loved and lost."0.08409415

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Rolling Stone (6/22/00, p.135) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...A lazy dissolving dream of a record that glimmers in and out like a mirage and sharpens to a hard focus with songs like 'Sonic Wind'....conjuring a phantom photograph of the American West, overgrown with cactus and the unemployed."Entertainment Weekly (5/19/00, p.74) - "...Burrows deep into south-of-the-border territory, with authentic waltz-time instrumentals, then warbles murder ballads and emotional road-kill tales that sound like Will Oldham fronting a mariachi band." - Rating: A-Q (6/00, p.102) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Highly evocative....sounding like a collection of offcuts from Orson Welles' 'A Touch Of Evil'....Accordions, melodica, trumpets and vibes give the album a haunting ambience..."Magnet (8-9/00, pp.68-9) - "You'll need all the quiet you can possibly summon to hear the layered nuances embedded in the grooves of HOT RAIL....It's eerie quiet makes it so memorable....Seek not to label but to listen."The Wire (5/00, p.63) - "...Combines scorched soundtracks with moody ballads....adding more impressionistic interludes and vocal tracks..."CMJ (5/8/00, p.27) - "...Unfurls dramatically, with more colors and a sharper eye for detail....backed by sumptuous horns, slide guitars and more, HOT RAIL sounds like a collaborative effort between the Buena Vista Social Club, a wild-eyed wunderkind producer and a Gram Parsons-influenced rock star..."Melody Maker (5/30/00, p.57) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...a mix of down-home country charms and knowingly worldly sophistication....made for everyone who's ever come second in any of life's duels. Beautiful."Mojo (Publisher) (5/00, p.93) - "...A beautiful, accomplished work....The lyrics are resigned and weary but the music is sensuous and evocative."0.08098533

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