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Rolling Stone (1/18/01, p.60) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...An austere beauty, a record of such graceful hill-country minimalism...that you can hear every ounce of sorrow and steel in Cantrell's strong, direct voice..."Uncut (9/03, p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Cantrell is steeped in country and bluegrass, but brings a strident grace all her own....Her voice is cut-glass pure..."Magnet (1-2/01, pp.81-2) - "...It's here, with songs that really do tremble, where Cantrell finds her strength."CMJ (11/20/00, p.15) - "...With a reverence for plaintive, old-timey honky tonk that doesn't exclude strains of folk, jazz or pop...applied to her own sweetly earnest style of modern twang..."18.39317

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JazzTimes (p.69) - "Throughout, Dan's drumming is highly responsive, Chris' work on both bass and trombone is warm and assured...[and] DeMicco's guitar is a perfect blend of soul, polish and technique."1.053339

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The Wire (1/00, p.101) - "...conceived...as a demonstration of 'the contemporary power' of early jazz, and to that end assemble a group which, for one track, includes Harry Conick Jr. on piano. The result is characteristically scrupulous..."JazzTimes (1-2/00, p.128) - "...Befitting the historic importance of Mr. Jelly Lord ['Roll' Morton]...the music is addressed by no fewer than four very divergent pianists: Eric Lewis, Eric Reed, Danilo Perez, and Harry Connick, Jr. ....gives [this music] a contemporary polish with aplomb..."1.010744

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Down Beat (3/93, p.33) - 3.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...a clean and polished affair...gives the mainstream tradition a good name...unpretentiously pleasurable...the Lighthouse All-Stars take you back while bringing you up to date..."JazzTimes (5/93, p.67) - "...In a group with coherence, dynamics and polish that surpass the ensemble attributes of the original Lighthouse All Stars, these men in their sixties have much of the fire and drive of their youth..."0.9824514

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Rolling Stone (No. 967, pp.81-2) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[Chamberlin's drumming skills] are the starring attractions here..."Uncut (p.92) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[Chamberlin's] jazz chops align the Complex with Chicago's avant-jazz and post-rock scenes."Magnet (p.87) - "The strongest tracks on LIFE BEGINS AGAIN are the instrumental, which meld sonic polish and woozy shoegaze distortion, with Chamberlain occasionally offering a peek at his depth by flirting with free jazz."0.2521708

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Alternative Press (June 2002, p.82) - 7 out of 10 - "On their wildly ambitious...debut's eccentric mix of spoken-word monologues, jazz skronk and funky krautrock, Need New Body swing like the house band on Mars..."0.215746

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The Wire (p.54) - "TRAINSONG is a revelatory, newly recorded 26 track ramble through Chapman's instrumental songbook....His work is a staggeringly rich selection of styles..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.97) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he album traverses the parallel repertoire of instrumentals which have appeared on Chapman's album's since day one....Solo acoustic guitar doesn't get better than the ethereal 'Caddo Lake,' 'Trying Times' or timestopping 'La Madrugada.'"Uncut (magazine) (p.85) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Blues, jazz, country, Indian, gamelan -- Chapman's a master stylist."0.1549177

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Rolling Stone (p.64) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Beam's lovely voice anchors melodies of crystalline clarity and unshakable catchiness."Spin (p.72) - "KISS EACH OTHER CLEAN explodes his palette even further....The acoustic-rooted tracks are flecked with new hues."Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "[H]e tries out unexpected effects like whining guitar, mildly skronky horns, burbling electronics, and occasional profanities."Alternative Press (p.87) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he earnest folk singer clears his throat and just belts over production stuffed with thumb piano, screeching horns and toy whistle flourishes....This is Iron & Wine's most resolute statement..."Billboard (p.32) - "The album's seven-and-a-half-minute closer, 'Your FAke Name Is Good Enough for Me,' begins as a modest jazz opus before swelling into a full-on rock cacophony, complete with feedback and Beam's snarling Neil Young-esque guitar chops."Mojo (Publisher) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Beam manages to make it all sound utterly enchanting, gradually adding layers of vocals to create this album's mini-epic touchstone."Clash (magazine) - "Even with increased early-Seventies polish, a song like 'Godless Brother In Love' serves to demonstrate Beam's majestic knack for melody, his mellifluous vocal left to drift atop twinkling harp and piano."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Lilting, cyclical opener 'Walking Far From Home' is a peripatetic journey through the outside world as Beam experiences his won life vicariously through others....An accomplished, ambitious and adventurous record."Uncut (magazine) (p.80) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "So, dark and shade, life and death, love and loss, faith and disappointment; war, and the dream of peace. you get all that, and more."0.1284453

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Rolling Stone (p.64) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Beam's lovely voice anchors melodies of crystalline clarity and unshakable catchiness."Spin (p.72) - "KISS EACH OTHER CLEAN explodes his palette even further....The acoustic-rooted tracks are flecked with new hues."Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "[H]e tries out unexpected effects like whining guitar, mildly skronky horns, burbling electronics, and occasional profanities."Alternative Press (p.87) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he earnest folk singer clears his throat and just belts over production stuffed with thumb piano, screeching horns and toy whistle flourishes....This is Iron & Wine's most resolute statement..."Billboard (p.32) - "The album's seven-and-a-half-minute closer, 'Your FAke Name Is Good Enough for Me,' begins as a modest jazz opus before swelling into a full-on rock cacophony, complete with feedback and Beam's snarling Neil Young-esque guitar chops."Mojo (Publisher) (p.107) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Beam manages to make it all sound utterly enchanting, gradually adding layers of vocals to create this album's mini-epic touchstone."Clash (magazine) - "Even with increased early-Seventies polish, a song like 'Godless Brother In Love' serves to demonstrate Beam's majestic knack for melody, his mellifluous vocal left to drift atop twinkling harp and piano."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Lilting, cyclical opener 'Walking Far From Home' is a peripatetic journey through the outside world as Beam experiences his won life vicariously through others....An accomplished, ambitious and adventurous record."Uncut (magazine) (p.80) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "So, dark and shade, life and death, love and loss, faith and disappointment; war, and the dream of peace. you get all that, and more."0.1284453

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