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Cookie Rabinowitz - Four Eyed Soul
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this album a lot.


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The Raskins - The Raskins
Review by G. W. Hill

One could almost say that The Raskins are a gimmick band.


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Ron E. Rawhoof - Too Much to Lose
Review by G. W. Hill

Folk rock singer songwriter type music is the main order of business here.


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Ready Never - Eleutherophobia
Review by G. W. Hill

This set is essentially electronic dance music, but there is a decent range to it beyond that.


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REO Speedwagon - Essential REO
Review by Gary Hill
The story is a familiar one - a band forms and creates their own sound, putting out a wealth of material, with some strong and others not so strong. Eventually they stumble onto a major hit, and suddenly their entire output seems to be based around trying to recreate that sound.
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Hillary Reynolds Band - The Miles Before Us
Review by G. W. Hill

What an amazing set this is. I’m reminded of some descriptions I’ve heard of the band Phish.


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Julian Rhine - No God Flow (digital single)
Review by G. W. Hill

There is a sung, piano based movement that opens this.


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Rickity - Greatest Hits Volume I
Review by G. W. Hill

This is an unusual disc. It’s also a compelling one.


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Rival Empire - Rival Empire
Review by G. W. Hill

Rival Empire’s website includes the following disclaimer about this album:


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Bob Rivers & Twisted Radio - I Am Santa Claus
Review by Gary Hill
The back cover of this CD contains the following admonition. “If you’re looking for the true meaning of Christmas, buy this album. Then, by all means, keep looking.”
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Marty Robbins - El Paso City – Adios Amigo
Review by G. W. Hill

I know Marty Robbins is a country artist.


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Marty Robbins - The Legend / Come Back to Me
Review by G. W. Hill

This is one of a new set of discs featuring two classic albums on one CD.


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Julie Roberts - Julie Roberts
Review by Gary Hill
When I was younger I wouldn't have touched country music with the proverbial ten-foot pole. As I've matured, though, I've found that all musical forms have artists of merit within them, and by closing out an entire genre, you are depriving yourself of some very good music.
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RockBitch - Motor Driven Bimbo
Review by G. W. Hill
Reading a bit of background about this band, it would be easy to see them as a gimmick band of the highest order. Indeed, here you have an almost exclusively female band, who perform mostly in the nude.
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The Rolling Stones - A Bigger Bang
Review by Gary Hill
While the Stones have always produced entertaining albums, for a long time it has felt like they weren't entertained by them. It almost seemed like they were phoning in their performances much of the time.
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Roses and Revolutions - Roses and Revolutions
Review by G. W. Hill

Based on the title and the cover you might think this is some new rough-edged hard rock band.


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Tim Russ - Brave New World
Review by Gary Hill
Often when you hear an album by an actor - some recent examples certainly come to mind - you might think that this person really is neither a singer or a musician and is just being force fed the lines one by one to sell the album based on their name.
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Tim Russ - Bugsters Tunes and Tales by Tim Russ and Friends
Review by Gary Hill
This is a bit of an usual review for me and for MSJ - being that it is a children's CD. We've never done one before, in fact, I've never done one before, but there's a first time for everything.
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