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Monthly Archive for August, 2011

“Features some of the Kings’ most singular songs (particularly the ’60s-flavored “Mary’’) since their 2003 debut. It confirms that the group’s sudden success wasn’t overnight, but rather overdue.” –The Boston Globe Check Our Catalog

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“Further proof that Atlas is certainly becoming the Egyptian diva for the Western market. The arrangements are superbly lush and the singing keeps getting better and better.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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“The most successful folk-rock duo of the 1960s, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel crafted a series of memorable hit albums and singles featuring their choirboy harmonies, ringing acoustic and electric guitars, and Simon’s acute, finely wrought songwriting.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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Yundi: Chopin: Nocturnes

“Yundi Li is among the most acclaimed and popular Classical pianists of his generation, ranked behind only Lang Lang as the best-known pianist to have emerged from China. In time, however, he may well surpass his compatriot as the leading Chinese pianist of the twenty first century.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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“Williams lets the songs burn slowly and sensually until there’s nothing left but smoke and ash.” –Chicago Tribune Check Our Catalog

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“A dark, moody rumination on American folk — not only the music, but its myths — Fables is creepy, rustic psychedelic folk, filled with eerie sonic textures.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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True by Too Human

Emotionally charged, bluesy vocals in a contemporary folk style with strong shades of jazz and blues. Check Our Catalog

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