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Product: Audio CD
Title: Wires From the Bunker
Label: Appleseed Records
Artist: John Stewart
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
One Man's Trash... Another Man's Treasure

And that old saying has never held more true. "Wires From the Bunker," John Stewart's 43rd solo release since his departure from the Kingston Trio in 1967, is full of precious gems. It is a compilation of songs taken from a dilapidated old cardboard box that once collected dust in Stewart's garage. A box that Stewart would just have tossed... never to be heard by his fans. But the powers that be didn't allow that and the box landed in the hands of someone who realized its value. Though it's been about two decades since they were recorded, these songs will still speak to those who recognize the genius of Stewart. Every song here is bound to make its listener smile and try to sing along. Personal favorites include the infectious "Under Heavy Fire," the (pardon me if I'm wrong) Buddy Holly-esque "Molly Dee," the rockers "Wide Eyed In Babylon" and "Rockin' as the Night Rolls On," the anthem "Tears Of The Sun," and "Liddy Buck" the quirky homage to his friend and fellow genius, Lindsey Buckingham. Any Stewart fan, and for that matter anybody who appreciates great music, will love this one. It's been playing virtually nonstop in my stereo since its release and I doubt that I will grow tired of it anytime soon.

Product: Audio CD
Title: Bitter
Label: Maverick
Artist: Meshell Ndegeocello
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
Question Anyone?

I read the reviews and got the CD today, I loved it from the first listen. But I have one small question, in the end (4:52)of the 11th track "Wasted Time" my CD just jumps to the next track without finishing the song. Is this the way it was intended to be? Does anyone else find this a little odd?

Product: Audio CD
Title: Songs from the Last Century
Label: Virgin Records
Artist: George Michael
Rating: 4/5
Customer rating - 4 out of 5
Another winner for an under-appreciated artist!

Building on the direction he took on "OLDER" he continues to mature as a fantastic singer on this disc of covers. Certainly a varied selection of songs, yet the arrangements hold the whole album together. (I love his version of 'Roxanne'.)

Product: Audio CD
Title: 2 A.M. Wakeup Call
Label: Artist Direct Bmg
Artist: tweaker
Rating: 5/5
Customer rating - 5 out of 5
i'm not sleeping here

i'm no good at these reviews, so i'll just say is an amazing album and if you liked tweaker's first album you'll love this one too (if you've no idea about either then order them both!). based upon the things that keep you awake at night it is denifintely a night time album when you know that sleep is hoplessly unobtainable. it has some great guest vocalists to go with Chris' amazing sound, such as Robert Smith of the Cure, Mellowdrone, and Hamilton Leithauser of the Walkmen.