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  • Audio CD (1 Jan 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 4AD
  • ASIN: B0000080LS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 79,047 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 April 2003
Format: Audio CD
Mojave 3 feature most of the members of ex Creation records band Slowdive, whom I used to love. It's a big change in direction from Slowdive. Whereas emotions were previously hidden behind feedback you now get wide open spaces and simplicity. The music is very quiet and dreamy. It's simple minimal arrangements of acoustic guitars, cello and piano, with Rachel Goswell's lovely distant voice. It's quiet and peaceful Alt-County and it reminds me of early Mazzy Star.
Ask Me Tomorrow is so unforgiving bleak it's sometimes hard to listen to. The only time I listen to this album is on my own at 4am when I should have gone to bed hours ago. It's nearly impossible to listen to this when the sun is in the sky. This album has found a niche as a lovely album to dream to and ponder on things. Some of the songs are a bit forgettable but others are really beautiful, especially Love Songs on the Radio and Tomorrow's Taken. This album is well worth owning to have on hand for those confusing moments late at night where you're unsure about the world.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pseudonymous on 6 Jan 2010
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This album is simply a beautiful thing, it's intimate and graceful, harmonius and sleepy. In ways it is a moving on from Slowdive, a defined shift in direction, and yet it is also a continuation, as ghosts linger everywhere. The delicate balance on this album between the past and future paths resulted, perhaps unintentionally, in a very special album indeed. While Slowdive dwelled in hazy soundscapes, some of the blurred edges of old are now in focus and a stronger song-writing is revealed. Mojave 3 draw considerable influence from Americana, yet never really lose their Englishness, and the result is a charming album. I can see why comparison is drawn to Mazzy Star, but feel the resemblance is only superficial, I also hear a touch of Leonard Cohen in some of the vocal delivery by both singers, and perhaps in the songwriting too.

My favourite tracks are Love Songs On The Radio, Tomorrow's Taken and You're Beautiful. Rachael Goswell has a lovely voice and here we are treated to some particularly graceful performances.

On the strength of Ask Me Tomorrow, I went downtown on release day for the follow-up, Out Of Tune. I'd have been delighted with more like this, but the new album took them away from the exquisite balance I find so intrisic to the strength of this album, and I was somewhat disappointed (in fact I haven't bought anything by Mojave 3 since, but that could well change). Where critics saw better songwriting by Neil Halstead, and a more confident performance, I saw the elements I liked the most drifting away.

This one though, is a treasure.
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By Cioran Fan on 20 Feb 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I loved Slowdive and I had this years ago...I lost it and now I have it again. God bless the internet.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 16 Mar 2000
Format: Audio CD
There are three absolutely amazing reasons to own this album, and they are:-
"You're Beautiful" "Lovesongs On The Radio" and "Pictures".
If you can't listen to those songs and see the magic and fragility of love, then you are totally without soul.
One of the best reasons for owning a stereo?
Ask me tomorrow!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful 4 Feb 2002
By Blahblahblah - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is Mojave 3's first album, or more accurately the first album from Neil Halstead and company since they recorded Pygmalion under the name Slowdive. As such, the songs on this album provide an interesting transition between their Slowdive work and their later Mojave 3 work. The songs are kind of folksy, and there is an emphasis on accoustic instruments, but there is still some of the old ethereal droning sounds left over from their Slowdive wall-of-sound days.
The songs themselves are all beautiful, relaxing, bittersweet masterpieces with sugary vocals and poetic lyrics. Some clear (or apparent) influences on this album include Leonard Cohen and the Cowboy Junkies. In fact, many of the songs sound like a duet between Cohen and Margo Timmins. However, the songs are still clearly Halstead's. This album is easily as strong as Excuses for Travellers although it has a more overall melancholy tone to it.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Folky Slowdive 26 Nov 1999
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've been listening to the album going home from work, looking out the window at the gauze of night, the little lights of suburbia twinkling; this album is the perfect soundtrack for that experience. Alone on a train at night, going home. I don't like folk music, yet I'm drawn to this music very much. It's as if you took the rockiness out of Slowdive, and distilled the sweetness. (Note to all Slowdive fans: you must must must check this out!)
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
I'll try my best to describe how beautiful this album is. 23 Jun 2003
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Format: Audio CD
I'm not sure why certain groups tick with me- why I have a need to listen to the same Mojave 3 songs every night or in the morning. There have been a lot of musical geniuses, but not all of them can affect me like this. There's just something about Neil Halstead's songwriting that I can relate to. The guitar chords and progressions are relatively simple, but I can listen to Jimi Hendrix if I'm in the mood for that. Sometimes the sound becomes out of tune- I don't know if this is on purpose, for example, their second album is called Out of Tune. I'm sure it is in Blued Skied an' Cleared, from Slowdive's Pygmalion album. But it's the significance of his lyrics that hits me every time. He talks of people losing their way, always with the hope of them finding it again. I can't really think of any other artist that expresses these feelings quite in this way. In You're Beautiful, he sings about someone whose curtains are drawn, "you'll miss the light, your dawning spell will be broken, vanished days are hard to find, half life dreams will not be worth much." In Sarah, he sings "lonesome fools build lonesome walls to hide behind, cry behind, but I'm not one." In Tomorrow's Taken, he writes some of the most touching, personal lyrics about lost love that I've ever heard: "there's a full moon in the sky, it makes me glad that there's something pure in something that I had, something good is all I need to feel alive, a bottle of wine is all I have to hold." But my favorite song on this album is After All. Something as subtle as the slightest difference in delivery or inflection can make or break an ecstatic moment in a song, and to me that blissful moment comes when he sings the first chorus: "after all we're only looking for a light, just someone to hold us close." This is pure magic to me- the way the piano comes in, and the warmth of the cello as he sings this. I know the intention of the repeat chorus was to have a stronger delivery, as Rachel joins in this time, but it's just not the same. But, that's a personal preference. The other songs I love on this album are Pictures and Love Songs on the Radio. The guitar line on Love Songs is beautiful, especially when travelling slowly through curvy roads and trees (this album is not for loud freeways). This is my favorite Mojave 3 album, and like another reviewer said, it is a thing of magic. In an earlier Slowdive review, I said I wished that they hadn't morphed into this style of music, but I have to say that I probably like the Mojave 3 CDs more now.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
ethereal...yet down to earth beauty 23 Jan 2006
By J. Holmes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
i'm not sure that i was fully prepared for the absolute new standard of beauty that was formed in my heart when i first heard this lovely little album back in 1996. when the first sweet sounds floated out of my speakers, time seems to have stood still until the moments passed after the final track had played. the guitars strum ever so gently and sweetly, and Rachel's voice is absolutely heaven sent. and it was really great to hear her voice in all it's natural glory (as compared to her processed vocal tracks on Slowdive albums). i was already a huge Slowdive fan, but Mojave 3's Ask me Tomorrow has such a warm, organic mellow sound that seems a bit easier to embrace, as compared to Slowdive's distant (yet brilliant) shoegazer sound. hey, honestly, i still like Slowdive better, overall. why? because their albums were consistently better. and this particular Mojave 3 album is the only one that i have fully loved. the others following are good, but not great as this one, in my opinion. so if you like music that sounds like a nice warm bath with a gentle haunting scent of honeydew and lilac on the wind, then slip this inside your stereo and drift away.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
slowdive unplugged 29 Jan 2000
By jesus christ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
slowdive were, perhaps, the supreme dreamy shoegazer band, taking the swirling textures and heavenly vocals of the genre and making the most beautiful drift-away music ever. Thus it should have been no surprise that their sound would transfer so well to an intimate acoustic setting. This is dreamy folk-pop in the vein of Mazzy Star. Neil, Rachel and Ian from slowdive, with help from Christopher Andrews, Audrey Riley & Simon Rowe, have made an album of love songs that are deceptively simple, immediately catchy, and heart-stoppingly beautiful. If "Love Songs on the Radio" doesn't move you, than I'm afraid you need to check your pulse. Two lead singers (Neil & Rachel) give this album a bit more diversity than others in the genre, keeping the album from descending into the sameness sounding trap that Mazzy Star and others have been unable to avoid.
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