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"...Enough good musical sequences...to please [McCartney's] many fans....A relaxed, unself-conscious mood..." New York Times52.91215

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Entertainment Weekly (p.84) - "Backed by synths for a sound he regards as counter-crunk, he lays out his defense in lyrical volleys..." - Grade: B+0.4724299

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The Wire (p.78) - "The seprewa sets its own agenda with regard to modal melodies...each member of the trio has written material that impressively plays to its strengths."0.4724299

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Paste (magazine) (p.61) - "Here, he dresses his music in full regalia -- with whistles, horns, organs and marching-band drums -- and it's exquisite."Clash (magazine) (p.107) - "DEARLAND is a rollicking treat. 'Send My Fond Regards To Lonelyville' undercuts its grandiose title with a gentle ode to heartbreak..."0.4712729

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[U]nderneath there's still the love and regard for characters caught up in the plights of their lives; Kurosawa is one of the great humanists of cinema."Chicago Sun-Times0.4133762

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"[T]he film is fascinating for its vision of American, which is less a real place than a projection of all the fantasies, anxieties and resentments the British had been building up for a decade in regard to their bumptious allies."New York Times "[T]he film is fascinating for its vision of American, which is less a real place than a projection of all the fantasies, anxieties and resentments the British had been building up for a decade in regard to their bumptious allies."New York Times "[T]he film is fascinating for its vision of American, which is less a real place than a projection of all the fantasies, anxieties and resentments the British had been building up for a decade in regard to their bumptious allies."New York Times "[T]he film is fascinating for its vision of American, which is less a real place than a projection of all the fantasies, anxieties and resentments the British had been building up for a decade in regard to their bumptious allies."New York Times0.4133762

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"...A Jeremy Irons star-maker that some regard as the best TV miniseries ever..."USA Today "Emotions seethe behind stiff upper lips in this sumptuous adaptation..." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly0.4133762

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Q (6/91) - 3 Stars - Good - "...these melancholy, reflective tunes have a charming fragility and escape the cloying self-regard and heavy-handed production of LA singer-songwriters they prefigure."0.4133762

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Q (6/91) - 3 Stars - Good - "...these melancholy, reflective tunes have a charming fragility and escape the cloying self-regard and heavy-handed production of LA singer-songwriters they prefigure."0.4133762

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Entertainment Weekly (5/17/96, p.63) - "...Watson does honky-tonk the old-fashioned way, without regard for radio, only for real-life themes (truckers, cheaters, sausage and eggs) and instrumental solos as authentically roadhouse as sweat-stained shirts and a neon tan." - Rating: B+0.3543224

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Pitchfork (Website) - "It's an album split into tracks, although it's almost impossible to regard it as such, especially as it's easy to pin a narrative on it when tiny pin-pricks of light rip through the surface in its backend."0.3543224

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Rolling Stone (2/6/03, p.62) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Shipp delivers a mellow concoction of atmospheric textures, electronic samples and funk-lite beats..."Spin (3/03, p.192) - 3 1/2 out of 5 - "...EQUILIBRIUM is a clear statement of its own that truly hits stride midway....Shipp holds jazz tradition in high regard, even as he shatters it..."The Wire (4/03, p.61) - "...EQUILIBRIUM finds Shipp's music preserving its integrity while engaged in fascinating changes of state. It's surely his finest recorded hour to date..."0.236215

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Spin (p.88) - "King sounds wholly at home commanding an indie-rock power trio."Alternative Press - "Their most impressive traits respectively improve in some regard, from their relentless energy and vocal dynamics to tempo changes and willingness to abandon standard structures."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "King's voice, whether riding roughshod over her band's new found bravura arrangements or playing the smoky chanteuse, is still a decisive instrument of its own."0.236215

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JazzTimes (11/96, p.82) - "...Gallant breathes a whole other vitality into the Dead's innovative BLUES FOR ALLAH album with an exciting big band arrangement. He's made it horn driven, bluesy and gospel-tinged....The energy of it practically leaps off the CD at you..."Option (9-10/96, pp.106-107) - "...I would regard many of Gallant's interpretations to be improvements on the originals....the project as a whole receives my vote as a solid success..."0.236215

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Rolling Stone (4/1/04, p.90) - "[They] fire up their Harlem-grown soul with revival-tent ardor, finding God and grit in unlikely covers."Entertainment Weekly (1/16/04, p.70) - "The Holmes Brothers are juke-joint vets with a brazenly borderless view of American music....With a purity of heart and rapturous harmonizing, these brothers are righteous indeed." - Rating: A-Living Blues (1/04, pp.48-9) - "The more demanding listener regards the Holmes Brothers as a musical magi, bearing gifts of giddy variance in material, lustrous harmonies, taut musicianship, and forceful rhythms."0.236215

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Spin (p.88) - "King sounds wholly at home commanding an indie-rock power trio."Alternative Press - "Their most impressive traits respectively improve in some regard, from their relentless energy and vocal dynamics to tempo changes and willingness to abandon standard structures."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "King's voice, whether riding roughshod over her band's new found bravura arrangements or playing the smoky chanteuse, is still a decisive instrument of its own."0.236215

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Spin (p.88) - "King sounds wholly at home commanding an indie-rock power trio."Alternative Press - "Their most impressive traits respectively improve in some regard, from their relentless energy and vocal dynamics to tempo changes and willingness to abandon standard structures."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "King's voice, whether riding roughshod over her band's new found bravura arrangements or playing the smoky chanteuse, is still a decisive instrument of its own."0.236215

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