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Product: Audio CD
Title: Two Weeks Notice
Label: Varese Records
Rating: 1/5
Customer rating - 1 out of 5

After an unsuccessful search, in Australia, for the music from this movie it was puzzling to hear only the soundtrack/themes and not the actual songs. The expectation is to hear the songs, e.g Big Yellow Taxi, not the themes however good they may or may not be. No wonder it has not been released in Australia. It would not rate a wooden disc let alone platinum. Whoever has the rights to the 'Songs from the movie' get your marketing backside into gear and rush that CD onto the market.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Baraka: Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Label: Milan Records
Artist: Michael Stearns
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Blessed Doodles Is Blessed

I find Blessed Doodles to have great technical ability, great variety, and a soulful expression which seems to be saying that we must reconsider our lives and value the things that really matter.
Jimbeau Walsh pulls out all the stops to make this CD a treasure.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Tropical Campfires
Label: Cooking Vinyl
Artist: Michael Nesmith
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Not your ordinary Country Western

Michael Nesmith is famous for being a former Monkee. However, fans of Nesmith also find him famous for being full of surprises. Tropical Campfires contains a cool variety of country, ballads, pop and latin. The most notable aspect of this album is the use of Nesmith's voice, here it's yearning and reaching beyond the stars. It's very warm, a little more serious than usual, while maintaining its lofty composure. This makes for great background music, reflecting, or even singing along.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Return of the Jedi: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Special Edition)
Label: RCA
Artist: John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
"...a thrilling film..."

Ford and Fisher are getting old, and what's with the giddy, and all-to-obvious commercial tie-ins? Regardless, this is still a thrilling film, worth it alone for Luke's genuinely harrowing end-battle with the Emperor and Darth Vader. The special effects are an advancement on its formers, which deservedly won an Oscar, boasting a wonderful speeder chase through the Endor forest. Still, the lack of characterization and logic let it down.