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Product: Audio CD
Title: Can You Hear Us?
Label: Sparrow / Emd
Artist: David Crowder Band
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
TRULY AMAZING! BEST Christian Band in Years and Years...

Buy this will amaze you. I promise. DCB is a lot like Dave Matthews (amazing music) and Rich Mullins (meaningful, brutally honest, sincere lyrics) rolled into one. I'll be surprised if this band isn't huge in a matter of months, they are that amazing.
Why? MUSIC: Awesome...easily as good or better than Dave Matthews and certainly better than Jars of Clay (by a mile), only even more beautiful, complex and interesting. LYRICS: Let me be honest, I generally don't like Christian music because I find that it is often trite and simplistic, not dealing in the real world. DCB lyrics address real life, in real punches pulled, no overly simplistic garbage...brutally honest and amazingly sincere and hopeful.
This CD is a true the sense that every song is a beautiful work of art...carefully and masterfully crafted (musically and lyrically). I can't recommend this CD in any stonger terms.
Amazing music + Amazing lyrics = BEST CD & CHRISTIAN BAND IN YEARS!!...TRULY.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Verve Remixed
Label: Universal
Artist: Various Artists
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

This cd is so great. It does an amazing job of combining classic jazz with todays great remixers. I couldnt be happier with my purchase. This is great background/evening of cocktails/party music....

Product: Audio CD
Title: Last Emperor
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: David Byrne, Ryuichi Sakamoto
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5

The movie was excellent but the music is what made the movie. The classic chinese instruments with classical violins, etc. sets an amazing mood to the soundtrack. It is definitely a keeper. I would reccommend this CD to anybody who appreciates classical, ethnic, or just a good find.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Natural Avenue
Label: Msi
Artist: John Lodge
Rating: 2/5
Customer rating - 2 out of 5
Only for diehard MB fans

For the most part, John's Moody Blues songs work best with the full harmonies of the group to the fore ("Ride My See-Saw", "I'm Just a Singer", etc.). His rather thin, high voice is not strong enough to carry an entire album and gets really annoying after awhile. And the overdubbed orchestration tends to be quite overbearing (although not nearly as bad as on Ray Thomas' albums). However, this CD does contain one real classic in the powerful ballad "Say You Love Me", worth the price for hardcore fans, even if John kept rewriting it endlessly on subsequent Moodies releases ("Survival", "Nervous", "It May be a Fire", etc.)Another problem with the new CD release is that it doesn't have the wonderfully surrealistic cover art and beautiful photography of the lyric sheet from the original LP, provided by Roger Dean of Yes fame. Overall review: only for the fan who has throughly explored the Moodies discography.