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CMJ (6/19/00, p.33) - "...Blazes and dazzles with punk rock anthems filled with speedy, pit-approved riffs, Zoli Teglas' siren-like vocals, and lyrics that comment on environmentally and socially conscious subjects."63.70574

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NAPRA Review (09-10/01, p.86) - "...Centers around themes of sunrise, peace, nature, dew, and love arising..."63.68563

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Dirty Linen (p.85) - "The title track of balladeer Eric Bibb's latest recording invites listeners to get on board for a journey to peace and love and unity in the spirit of Curtis Mayfield..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.119) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[P]roducer Glen Scott keeps the arrangements simple, putting Bibb's mellow, husky voice and acoustic guitar centre-stage."63.68563

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"...A convulsively funny affair....It's a smart farce about ingrained cultural differences..."Los Angeles Times "...Wildly out of control as well as wildly funny, this sleeper smash is also Oscar-nominated for script and direction..." USA Today44.57391

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Entertainment Weekly (10/29/99, p.115) - "...an innovative spirit sorely missed in today's hip-hop. Mixing jazzy vibes with, say, Lou Reed, samples and witty rhymes, Tribe eschewed trends in favor of making them. Even as they engaged the mind, [Their] anthems endured as party classics..." - Rating: AQ (12/99, p.168) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...The sparse, jazzy cuts still marvel, as do the whimsical raps of quacky Q-Tip and 'ruffneck' sidekick Phife tag-teaming over thrumming bass, scratchy breaks and insistent, head-nodding beats....we'll not likely hear [a group like this] again."CMJ (11/15/99, p.26) - "...makes for a damn fine 'Cliff's Notes' on A Tribe Called Quest's decade-long reign, complete with the hits, the anthems and even a few slept-on gems..."The Source (12/99, p.260) - "...remnants of what made Tribe so great...are collectively showcased in such a fine manner that the need for wet hankies may be dire....a testament to what kind of playing field these guys were once on, and, how much their original flavor will be missed."Mojo (Publisher) (12/99, pp.128-9) - "...an eminently ownable collection."38.28863

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Q (p.105) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[T]he most solid collection of AOR you're likely to encounter this year."38.26367

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"...A convulsively funny affair....It's a smart farce about ingrained cultural differences..."Los Angeles Times "...Wildly out of control as well as wildly funny, this sleeper smash is also Oscar-nominated for script and direction..." USA Today31.85287

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JazzTimes (p.73) - "Katrine Madsen has been called the Diana Krall of Denmark. Indeed, she rivals the immensity of Krall's popularity in her native land."0.334721

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Vibe (p.76) - "FADANUF adopts an East Coast feel that nods at Pete Rock. Southern rhyme G.O.A.T. Scarface once called it his label's greatest work."0.334721

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Jazziz (2/95, p.89) - "...a blues-drenched tone and forceful phrasing....he sent currents of electricity into 15 songs that exemplify either small combo jazz or what would soon be called rhythm & blues..."0.2928808

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Q (10/03, p.127) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...[A] musically slick, lyrically spiky meditation on masculinity-in-crisis and that ol' devil called love....Sterling stuff..."0.2928808

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JazzTimes (p.137) - "[T]he best number on Boheme's 11-track debut is a self-pinned ditty called 'Don't Be Something You Ain't'....Unquestionably promising..."0.2928808

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The Wire (12/00, p.64) - "...This set sheds light on the vocal genres called riztika (songs for weddings, christenings and religious occasions), mandinadhes (political commentary) and tabakhaniotika (urban repertoire)....muscular projection..."0.2928808

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Vibe (10/95, p.140) - "...Cooke was sometimes called `the black Sinatra,' and NIGHT BEAT shows exactly why. With spare, jazz-inflected backing, he offers the sort of loosely swinging, nuanced delivery that few besides Frank could ever match..."0.2928808

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Rolling Stone (9/8/94, p.80) - 3.5 Stars - Good - "...a searing set of songs anchored in tradition, demonstrating why the Mississippi hill country will finally be called the final blues frontier..."0.2928808

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Living Blues (5-6/02, p.80) - "...Picks up the dance specialist's hit-laden legacy in 1958, when he cut a song called 'The Twist' that would change the face of pop music..."0.2928808

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Down Beat (p.65) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Guy and Slim show conviction of a princely sort communicating on 'You Called Me At Last'..."Living Blues (p.66) - "Guy, in 1970, was still in possession of taste and imagination as well as his notoriously incendiary chops, and his interweavings with Slim are alternately pristine and roof-raising."0.2896552

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Rolling Stone (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he burning rock guitar of 'Kisses Don't Lie' and haunted strings of 'Unfaithful' help make A GIRL LIKE ME much more likable."Entertainment Weekly (p.135) - "[With] effortlessly cool reggae-lite confections like 'Dem Haters' and 'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'." -- Grade: B-0.2896552

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Entertainment Weekly (9/3/99, pp.67-8) - "...sounds like the unabashedly great pop album the Spice Girls might have made....She recently landed on the charts with a charming slice of dancehall pop called 'Smile', and that's what her album makes me do..." - Rating: A-0.2510407

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Q (12/94, p.130) - 3 Stars - Good - "...melodramatic New Jersey outfit who marry metal with what used to be called progressive rock. All the trademarks of the latter are here: the cryptic voiceovers...the epic scale...and, amid madly frenetic melodies, mellow, reflective passages..."0.2510407

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Dirty Linen (2-3/96, p.83) - "the California family group that was called America's most colorful hillbilly band when it operated from the late 30s to the mid-50s....The instrumental mix of one of the most raucous country bands features fiddle, bass, mandolin, electric and steel guitar..."0.2510407

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Q (p.121) - "A still-astonishing amalgam of pop and soul masterminded by Phil Spector..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Phil Spector called it his greatest work....RIVER DEEP MOUNTAIN HIGH is quite something, with Turner's raucous, husky holler the perfect counterpart to Spector's Wall Of Sound."0.2510407

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Spin (9/99, pp.196-7) - 7 out of 10 - "...heavier, more single-minded, and more melodically oblique.... The last recorded material, from late '94, particularly shines....they weren't called doom-rockers for nothing..."0.2510407

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"...[If MESSENGER OF DEATH] were a novel, it could be called a decent page-turner....A creditable, professional job..." New York Times "...MESSENGER OF DEATH is a solid, efficient mystery, crisply directed by J. Lee Thompson..." Los Angeles Times0.2510407

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Dirty Linen (4-5/00, p.77) - "Hong-Mei Yu...has taken the [Chinese fiddle, called the 'erhu'] to virtuosic heights....a musical landscape that at first seems predictable becomes consistently engaging, and one is rather charmed...by the melodic simplicity."0.2510407

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Rolling Stone (7/9/70, p.40) - "...one of the best, perhaps 'the' best, jazz concert ever....Man for man, the quintet that performed that evening was the single greatest group of American musicians ever assembled....representing the high point of a now widely neglected kind of music called 'bebop'..."Rolling Stone (7/9/70, p.40) - "...one of the best, perhaps 'the' best, jazz concert ever....Man for man, the quintet that performed that evening was the single greatest group of American musicians ever assembled....representing the high point of a now widely neglected kind of music called 'bebop'..."Q (4/99, p.129) - Included in Q's list of "The Best Jazz Albums of All Time."Q (4/99, p.129) - Included in Q's list of "The Best Jazz Albums of All Time."0.207098

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Vibe (9/95, p.172) - "...adds up to an accurate depiction of what hip hop--and its nastier alter ego, the rap industry--is about these days: prepackaged musical formulas, creatively dead subgenres, refreshing comebacks,...stray words of wisdom, and the occasional gemstone moments that...sustain the dedication of both casual and die-hard fans..."The Source (9/95, p.98) - 3.5 Mics - Dope - "...THE SHOW gets off to a furious start....it might actually spark another classic or two in Def Jam's long line of priceless tunes..."NME (Magazine) (9/16/95, p.48) - 8 (out of 10) - "...what is hip-hop in the '90s?....there used to be mad shouting, now there's mad murmuring and a bubble bath '70s keyboard sample....there's Warren G doing his extra cool hustler bit, some LA gangstas defending their corner, A Tribe Called Quest making like wise oldsters....as good an answer to the big question as you'll get on one record..."0.1758045

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"...A pungently comic and moving love story in which affection and anger get equal time and ring equally true..." Rolling Stone "...Dreyfuss, as ever, gives his all and then some..." New York Times "...ONCE AROUND is a film of good and credible moments..." -- 3 out of 4 stars USA Today "...Beautiful to look at and full of richly realized characters....Halstrom seems to be drawn to so-called domestic subjects, treating them with humor, unsentimental clarity and a steadfast belief that continuity is one of life's givens..." Los Angeles Times0.1673605

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Entertainment Weekly (4/1/94, p.54) - "...with his distinctively rich voice and politicized club-jazz style, [Scott-Heron] sounds as fresh and phat as the latest from GangStarr's Guru or A Tribe Called Quest...." - Rating: A-Audio Magazine (6/94, p.94) - "...as an artist whose talents as a singer don't hold a candle to what he does with the spoken word--thankfully captured on SPIRTS--it's pretty obvious why he survived the '80s by doing poetry readings...."0.1673605

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Rolling Stone (No. 986, p.94) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...[A]pocalyptic post-grunge..."Entertainment Weekly (No. 845, p.77) - "...The buzzsaw haze of guitars oozes into irresistible thundering hooks on ramshackle blue-collar anthems..." - Grade: A-Magnet (p.52) - Ranked #12 in Magnet's "The 20 Best Albums Of 2005" - "Each listen to TOURNAMENT is like hearing your favorite band for the first time all over again."Magnet (p.92) - "'Love In Fear' gets a little jazzy, 'Thieves' glows spooky and slinky, and the LP ends with an acoustic lullaby called 'Windy Road' that Iron & Wine fans could gnaw on for days."0.1673605

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Entertainment Weekly (1/11/91) - "...This Texas-based quartet has a natural, infectious love for any and all folk-dance idioms, from polka to tango..." - Rating: B-Down Beat (3/91) - 3.5 Stars - "This album is all about marching to a different drummer--i.e., waltzing to an exotic 3/4 time, Eastern European dance form called oberek, rocking to a unique blend of rock and Mexican rhumba, listening with new ears to unexpected musical combinations....this is courageous stuff--not for the mainstream listener and definitely not for those who lack a sense of humor."0.1673605

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Q (Magazine) (p.115) - "[I]ts boom-bap rhythms, funky basslines and good humour jogged hip-hop's needle towards the radio-friendly rhymes of Tone Loc and Young MC and the wry storytelling of A Tribe Called Quest."XXL (Magazine Publisher) (p.91) - "Produced by rapper Kurtis Blow, their self-titled debut combined Mark 'Prince Markie Dee' Morales and Damon 'Kool Rock-Ski' Wimbley's raw rhymes with Darren 'The Human Beat Box' Robinson's booming vocal percussion."0.1673605

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Rolling Stone - Ranked #86 in Rolling Stone's "100 Greatest Albums Of The Eighties" survey (November 1989).Q (12/94, p.170) - 3 Stars - Good - "...may yet prove to be the greatest evocation of Springsteen's vision, laden as equally with childhood memories and first sex as with life's current disillusions and stale sex....[the title track is] impossibly beautiful..."CMJ (11/15/99, p.24) - "...THE RIVER's got cars, girls, sex, unemployment and alcohol; when you've got a hot band behind you, making all that stuff resonate, well, brother, that's called rock'n'roll."Q (Magazine) (p.120) - "[I]t remains his most eclectic offering, rooted in recession-era fables of troubled times..."0.1464404

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Spin (11/99, p.193) - 7 out of 10 - "...His delivery becomes its own kind of theater: It's the sound of someone desperate enough to scream - for blood, for truth, for anything that's real. It's those transformations...that light up Harper's dauntingly eclectic fourth effort..."Q (11/99, p.124) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...On a song called 'Forgiven' he uses his muscle in surging bursts, counterpointing quiet acoustic verses to catch the turmoil of his preoccupation with earthly wickedness and divine grace..."Mojo (Publisher) (10/99, p.120) - "...the hoarse entreaties, the uncoiling curls of slide guitar, the religiose imagery, the smouldering verses bursting into flaming choruses - [are] all present on [BURN], along with several new features that suggest the guitarist's trying to broaden his stylistic palette."0.1464404

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