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Rolling Stone (p.83) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "With Blur's Graham Coxon on guitar, the U.K. singer and former Libertine effuses a certain wastrel charm on tunes like 'Last of the English Roses' and 'Sheepskin Tearaway'..."Spin (p.80) - "[I]n a narcotized haze of lounge blues, New Orleans jazz, gauzy retro soul, and understated guitar pop, he has made the most compelling record of his career."Entertainment Weekly (p.63) - "He conjures an understated and fantastical vision of his homeland..." -- Grade: B+Alternative Press (p.121) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] kinder, gentler variation on the sensibilities he's been exploring all along. With Graham Coxon pitching in on nearly every track, he sets the tone with 'Arcadie,' an understated country-blues number."Q (Magazine) (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he single 'Last Of The English Roses' serves notice that something new and pretty special is afoot here. It's an epic affair that takes its cues from early-'90s trip-hop and ends up in similar melancholic territory to Damon Albarn's London concept album THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE QUEEN."Mojo (Publisher) (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's the songs -- funny, literate, doomed -- which get under your skin....[Doherty] has a lurching but melodic way with a melody: what a joy to hear him exercising it so beautifully."Clash (magazine) (p.110) - "'Last Of The English Roses' shares musical DNA with Coxon's bandmate Damon Albarn's Gorillaz output with low-slung bass and slapback melodica tootlings."Uncut (magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Largely acoustic, featuring Graham Coxon on all but one track, and with jauntiness taking a slight lead over lethargy for a change, this is a record that does defy the odd expectation."0.5911977

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Q (01/03, p.114) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...She really is pumping new blood into the veins of these venerable ditties..."Dirty Linen (8/03, p.57) - "...Carthy has picked up a stronger vocal surefootedness without losing any of the vulnerable edge that always gave her music its sweet timelessness..."mMojo (Publisher) (1/03, p.75) - Ranked #1 in Mojo's "Best Folk Albums of 2002"0.3760847

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Uncut (magazine) (p.87) - "The opening 'Overture' here is pure folk prog: imagine an 11-piece ELP featuring bagpipes, whistles, flutes, fiddles, accordion, banjo, guitars, bass and drums."0.3008678

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Rolling Stone (p.83) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "With Blur's Graham Coxon on guitar, the U.K. singer and former Libertine effuses a certain wastrel charm on tunes like 'Last of the English Roses' and 'Sheepskin Tearaway'..."Spin (p.80) - "[I]n a narcotized haze of lounge blues, New Orleans jazz, gauzy retro soul, and understated guitar pop, he has made the most compelling record of his career."Entertainment Weekly (p.63) - "He conjures an understated and fantastical vision of his homeland..." -- Grade: B+Alternative Press (p.121) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] kinder, gentler variation on the sensibilities he's been exploring all along. With Graham Coxon pitching in on nearly every track, he sets the tone with 'Arcadie,' an understated country-blues number."Q (Magazine) (p.98) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he single 'Last Of The English Roses' serves notice that something new and pretty special is afoot here. It's an epic affair that takes its cues from early-'90s trip-hop and ends up in similar melancholic territory to Damon Albarn's London concept album THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE QUEEN."Mojo (Publisher) (p.100) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's the songs -- funny, literate, doomed -- which get under your skin....[Doherty] has a lurching but melodic way with a melody: what a joy to hear him exercising it so beautifully."Clash (magazine) (p.110) - "'Last Of The English Roses' shares musical DNA with Coxon's bandmate Damon Albarn's Gorillaz output with low-slung bass and slapback melodica tootlings."Uncut (magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Largely acoustic, featuring Graham Coxon on all but one track, and with jauntiness taking a slight lead over lethargy for a change, this is a record that does defy the odd expectation."0.2903299

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