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reviewed Turning. December 08, 1999
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Turning
Turning is Suzanne Ciani's first studio album of all new material since 1995, and it is wonderful! Long one of my favorite composers to teach as well as listen to, it has been fascinating to see and hear …
reviewed Embrace. December 08, 1999
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Embrace
Not many musicians in any genre come with such extensive credentials or musical genes, but Clara Ponty fully lives up to both. I've been listening to some great albums, but The Embrace rises to the top …
reviewed Love. December 08, 1999
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Love
I have to admit that I expected a lot of cliches from this album, but find that the more I listen to it, the more I "Love" it! It is so sincere, warm, and honest that it deepens with each listening rather …
reviewed Pokemon: The First Movie. December 03, 1999
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Pokemon: The First Movie
This was the best CD I ever bought. It may be Pokemon but don't be fooled. Except for tracks 1, 10, and 13 the whole CD had nothing to do with Pokemon. "Don't Say You love" was a song with a very good …
reviewed Anywhere But Here: Music from the Mot.... November 14, 1999
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Anywhere But Here: Music from the Motion Picture
The title song by KD Lang is excellent and so is the whimsical simplicity of Sarah Mclachlan's "Ice Cream" and the song by Leeann Rimes gives this soundtrack a big punch.
reviewed Live in 85. November 07, 1999
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Live in 85
I loved Ricky Nelson when he was younger and had sometimes seen his CDs in the store and thought about buying one. But my teen-age daughter, knowing I had been a Nelson fan, finally bought me a Rick CD …
reviewed Monkey Magic. November 06, 1999
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Monkey Magic
This CD had some very good music. It was very enjoyable to listen to. I hope make another Soundtrack of Monkey Magic.
reviewed Ultra. October 29, 1999
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Ultra
I have loved DM for about 7 years now, they aren't enough words to discribe how awsome they are. But right before Ultra came out I had given up hope on Depeche Mode. With Gahan's drug problems and the …
reviewed Dead City Sunbeams. October 22, 1999
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Dead City Sunbeams
Lamenting the loss of the great London-Irish band Rollerskate Skinny (whose two albums, Shoulder Voices and Horsedrawn Wishes, if combined and edited into one cd with the best 12 songs would be one of …
reviewed Lifes Rich Pageant. October 17, 1999
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Lifes Rich Pageant
A maddeningly difficult album to pin down; some of it sounds as casual as parts of Reckoning--"These Days" "What if.." "Just a Touch,"; some of it as complex as Murmur--"Fall on Me," "Flowers," "Hyena"; …
reviewed The Life Of Chris Gaines. October 03, 1999
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The Life Of Chris Gaines
What if you were Garth Brooks? What if you had enough money for your "children's children's children" to live comfortably (as Garth put it himself a few years back)? You could dare to make an album that …
reviewed Drumming. September 30, 1999
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Drumming
Evelyn Glennie is one of the greatest, if not THE greatest percussionist alive today and this CD is my favorite of her works. Most percussionists specialise in certain instruments but Glennie seems to …
reviewed Touchstone. September 29, 1999
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Touchstone
Chick Corea has made many Brilliant recordings, and Touchstone is one of his better one's.   Corea plays his own compositions on Piano and Electric Keyboards with his usual virtuosic mastery.  &nb …
reviewed Tap Step. September 28, 1999
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Tap Step
Tap Step is in my humble opinion one of Chick Corea's masterpieces, this is what great Fusion is all about, influences from all over the world fused through a talented musician into an individual …
reviewed Christmas: Winter Nights. September 28, 1999
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Christmas: Winter Nights
What!! A Christmas album by DiMeola!! I must admit I was a bit sceptical at first because so many Jazz/Fusion artist have made overly sweet and sentimental Christmas albums, but of course I shouldn't …
reviewed Que Alegria. September 28, 1999
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Que Alegria
This CD from 1992 features Mclaughlin on acoustic guitar and guitar synthesizer with Trilok Gurtu on percussion and Dominique Di Plaza on bass.   The music is in the unmistaken style of Mclaughlin, …
reviewed No Mystery. September 28, 1999
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No Mystery
This album along with RTF Romantic Warrior is among the best of 70's fusion, all the players are incredible.   Chick Corea on keyboard, Al Di Meola on guitar, Stanley Clarke on bass and …
reviewed Out of Time. September 24, 1999
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Out of Time
As 25 reviewers have here shown, this album raises as disparate reactions as the diversity of its styles. (Rolling Stone's Reader's Poll 1989: Best album: #1; Worst album: #5; Worst Album Cover: #3) All …
reviewed Full Force. September 19, 1999
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Full Force
I saw them life in Reykjavik in the early 80's and I knew nothing about them then and the show was a great experience, this was different to say the least, the guys were all dressed in African costumes …
reviewed Casino. September 19, 1999
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Casino
This is the album that turned my attention to the fabulous world of Fusion music (Santana's albums had been preparing me a bit).   My Dad bought this album in 1979 and I was listening mainly …
reviewed Electric Dreams. September 19, 1999
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Electric Dreams
I think this is one of Mclaughlins best albums and one of the best Fusion albums of the 70's,  (Along with Return to Forevers, Romantic Warrior, Al Di Meola's Elegant Gypsy and Weather Reports …
reviewed Dream Remixes. September 16, 1999
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Dream Remixes
I was pulled in by the artwork of the album. As far as the music, it's surreal. Each song tells a different story. I'm longing for another CD like "The Dream Mixes"!!
reviewed Is This All. September 15, 1999
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Is This All
Danny White's musical style has alot of energy that makes one reminiscent of Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny, and John Cafferty and The Beaver Brown band. Many of the songs have some catchy hooks …
reviewed Viva Italia! Festive Italian Classics. August 31, 1999
Viva Italia! Festive Italian Classics
Great stuff! Regarding that sciocco from Milano, of course the music wouldn't mean much to him. Those of us whose roots sprang from Campania, Calabria and Sicila and took root in the United States over …
reviewed Viva Italia! Festive Italian Classics. August 31, 1999
Viva Italia! Festive Italian Classics
Great stuff! Regarding that sciocco from Milano, of course the music wouldn't mean much to him. Those of us whose roots sprang from Campania, Calabria and Sicila and took root in the United States over …
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