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Monthly Archive for August, 2009

Pete Yorn: Back & Fourth

Check Our Catalog “With help from Rick Rubin and Bright Eyes producer Mike Mogis, Yorn has found his voice on Back and Fourth, a mostly acoustic beauty recorded in Omaha, Nebraska, with musicians heard on Conor Oberst’s Saddle Creek label.”–Rolling Stone

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Ultra Dance, Volume 10

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Rob Thomas: Cradlesong

Check Our Catalog “Thomas presides over a sleekly produced, constantly undulating mixture of sounds that seems designed to appeal to all of the people all of the time.”–Los Angeles Times

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Check Our Catalog “His new disc offers a typically appealing mix: prom ballads, gospel-tinged weepers, odes to fatherhood and plentiful yuks. But the heart of it is a double shot of widescreen optimism.”–Rolling Stone

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Moby: Wait for Me

Check Our Catalog “The mood is somber, mournful, and at times, downright postapocalyptic. But the best of these ambient orchestrations, gurgling uncomplicated beats, and scattered vocals add up to something emotionally wrought, even transporting.”–Spin

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Check Our Catalog The Red Sox Album, featuring the Boston Pops Orchestra along with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, includes new arrangements of Fenway’s traditional fan anthem “Sweet Caroline” and the baseball classic “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” Members of Red Sox Nation will also be treated to a new arrangement of the Dropkick Murphys’ [...]

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Candy Dulfer: Funked Up!

Check Our Catalog “Candy Dulfer’s identity as a contemporary jazz musician has not wavered since she entered the professional music arena. A sex kitten on the outside and a very talented alto saxophonist whose sound is directly derived from David Sanborn 30 years past tense, the image-driven Dulfer continues on her path toward making music [...]

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Daughtry: Leave This Town

Check Our Catalog “They have nothing on their mind other than making basic, black-and-white modern rock, and they do so efficiently on Leave This Town, a sophomore album that’s every bit as satisfying as the first.”–All Music Guide

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Check Our Catalog “The acronym that forms the title of their latest stands for “The Energy Never Dies,” and they more than make good on that promise, blasting through 15 high-powered rave-rap jams that rarely lack for melodic hooks or rhythmic thrust.”–Billboard

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