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Tag Archive 'Adult Contemporary Pop/Rock'

“Though performed in the studio rather than on-stage, much of Rehab Reunion has the same loose candor of a live album, even if it focuses on a very specific version of the Noisemakers.” -Allmusic.com Check our Catalog Listen Now

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Don Henley: Cass County

“…the nice thing about the record is that he’s not calling attention to himself, not in the way he did when he loaded up albums with somber six-minute anthems.” -Allmusic.com Check our Catalog Listen Now

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Cracker: Berkeley to Bakersfield

“The Bakersfield tunes are the purest country music Cracker have released to date, with a rich dose of twangy soul that doesn’t negate the frequent seriousness of the lyrics as Lowery’s high-attitude vocals blend with Matt ‘Pistol’ Stoessel’s pedal steel and Luke Moeller’s fiddle. And the rock tunes sound sharp and muscular, with guitarist Johnny […]

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“Evans elegantly matches the oversized arrangements, matching each crescendo and hushed moment, while the songs are cannily constructed pieces of pop, sounding stronger with each play….Slow Me Down is something that is rare in 2014: an unapologetic, big-scale adult pop album, constructed with grace and care.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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Elton John: The Diving Board

“Elton has been on a decade-long quest to tap into that old magic, beginning his voyage into the past with 2001’s Songs from the West Coast and getting progressively elliptical with each subsequent release. The Diving Board does indeed evoke ghosts of Elton past….There is much that is admirable about The Diving Board — the […]

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