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Product: Audio CD
Title: On the 6
Label: Sony
Artist: Jennifer Lopez
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
She's All That.....

I was very surprised by this album. Jennifer Lopez can sing, carry a tune and throw some emotion into the music. Granted, I was not expecting much - she has more talent than I thought. I have played the CD for 5 days straight and it gets better & better. I have become a believer.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Moon Safari
Label: Caroline
Artist: Air
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
ISO more like this!

This is my first ambient/techno music cd. I'd heard 'All I Need' on satellite several years ago and was hooked right away, but never bothered to look up the cd until now. I love the instrumental - especially the first track. Wish I could find more of the same - I'm not into the trip-hop side of this genre I'm finding so any recommendations greatly appreciated.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Best of David Soul
Label: Music Club Records
Artist: David Soul
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Easy listening and highly recommended

This is a great CD for all David Soul fans. It has 14 wonderful songs. Tear jerkers to humorous.All of the songs are good. I give this CD a 5 star because I am a big Soul fan and the songs are wonderful. His voice is pure with a lot of range. GREAT!!!

Product: Audio CD
Title: A Pocketful of Rain
Label: Texas Music Group
Artist: Michael Fracasso
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Simple Truth Blows You Away

Fracasso's high tenor is lovely with great resonance & expressiveness. Although he's most closely identified with the Texas music scene, he's originally from Mingo Junction, Ohio where the movie "The Deer Hunter" was filmed. On his 5th CD, Michael offers another good set of tunes. The opener "All Or Nothing" has Fracasso's soothing acoustic guitar strum with Patty Griffin's lovely supporting vocals, "Sometimes the night can lead you astray, sometimes the simple truth blows you away." Mark Hallman, formerly of the band Navarro, co-writes and lends background vocals on the midtempo title track, "Time will tell, but she won't talk; Ok then you be the judge why I shouldn't hold a grudge long as we're never gonna go nowhere." Michael does the late great Townes Van Zandt's "Loretta," who "Dances like a diamond shines." "Ragamuffin Blues" sounds like something from an early Dylan album. The tune is simple, but I keep turning the volume up when it comes on! "Whiskey Mother" is a sad ballad with Brian Standefer's cello giving a lovely soothing quality to the song, "I've been saving all my love for a rainy day such as this." "Mean Ol' Place" is another strong track with Michael's vocal swagger, "He seats you at your table, says, 'I hope you like the view'; You turn around & find him staring down at you." "A Pocketful of Rain" is another strong set that boasts sterling musicianship, Michael's powerful vocals & good songwriting. Enjoy!