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Monthly Archive for January, 2012

“Krystian Zimerman stands as one of the most sensitive and controversial concert pianists to emerge in the latter half of the twentieth century.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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“Absurdly expensive samples, a pair of choruses from Odd Future R&B singer Frank Ocean at the exact moment where he’s turning the corner and becoming a Thing, another chorus from long-been-a-Thing Beyoncé…a murderers’ row of producers working on almost every track, and a fleeting moment where Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon sounds like the funkiest man [...]

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Now That’s What I Call Music! 39

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Now That’s What I Call Music! 38

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Now That’s What I Call Music! 37

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Toby Keith: Clancy’s Tavern

“Keith is no longer in the flashy phase of his career…he’s settled into this well-weathered skin on Clancy’s Tavern, winding up with his best album in many a moon.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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Kelly Rowland: Here I Am

“Rowland has typically been one of R&B’s more reserved presences, but on her third album, Here I Am, she sounds positively liberated—it’s as if the same radioactive spider that gave Beyoncé her superhuman confidence finally bit Rowland, too.” –The A.V. Club   Check Our Catalog

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Ziggy Marley: Wild and Free

“It’s an album to return to, delivering that satisfying Rastaman vibration whenever listeners crave a mellow mood.” — All Music Guide   Check Our Catalog

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George Strait: Here for a Good Time

“There’s no fuss to his performance. He leans into the most desperate lines and nearly lets his voice crack, all in the service of the thing he’s always been best at—making a heavyweight song hit home.” –American Songwriter   Check Our Catalog

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Brad Paisley: This Is Country Music

“Brad Paisley is so quintessentially a country star, it’s almost as if he has been engineered by twang-happy research scientists or tobacco-chewing aliens to encapsulate everything great about the genre. He’s a sentimentalist, a rocker, a traditionalist, a singer of gospel and goofy novelty songs, a proponent of family and fleshly values, and a flame-shooting [...]

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