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Album Review: The Very Best Of En Vogue

The Very Best Of En Vogue, by En Vogue I must admit that I am a fan of En Vogue and their best songs are, for the most part at least, somewhat easy to determine.  For some reason, only a … Continue reading

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Album Review: Design Of A Decade 1986-1996

Many who know my writings are aware of the support I have given to Janet Jackson for her stellar career as a musician [1], but I have not given a detailed review of her music.  Having failed to win a … Continue reading

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Album Review: Playlist: The Best Of Five For Fighting

Although this album was never released in the United States (at least to my knowledge), the album is pretty easily available on cheap imports, so there’s that.  The real criteria that matters for an album like this one is whether … Continue reading

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Album Review: Slice

I must admit that I have a great fondness for the music of Five For Fighting.  Suffice it to say that I own most of the project’s albums, although I bought most of them before I reviewed everything and they … Continue reading

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Album Review: We Beefin (EP)

We Beefin, by Wendy’s Although I don’t blog about it often [1], I’m a pretty big fan of Wendy’s.  When I was a kid I ate there because they had a nice salad bar to go with chicken sandwiches and … Continue reading

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Album Review: Rainbow (2017)

Rainbow, by Kesha Ultimately, this album may prove to be among the most culturally significant albums of 2017.  The context of this album is illuminating, in that it was released after a massive popular outcry against Kesha’s label forced their … Continue reading

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Album Review: Melodrama

Melodrama, by Lorde Lorde’s second album, recorded during a period of personal struggle for the young singer, was released a few years after the very successful first album she released, which I have not heard in its entirety although the … Continue reading

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Album Review: In The Meantime

In The Meantime, by Christine McVie Instead of going on tour with Fleetwood Mac in 2003 in support of an album that had taken several years of acrimonious struggle to create, Christine McVie did something that she has rarely done … Continue reading

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Album Review: Christine McVie

During 1984, there was a break between Fleetwood Mac albums Mirage (1982) and Tango In The Night (1987) where several of the members of the band tried their hand at solo albums.  The efforts of Stevie Nicks were the most … Continue reading

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Album Review: After Laughter

For quite some time, I have been fond of the music of Paramore [1], and when I found they had a new album out, and that even people who did not think of themselves as fans of the album were … Continue reading

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