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Mr. S. J. Brodie (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)

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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Is this perfection?, 20 July 2006
This review is from: Zuma (Audio CD)
This masterpiece is stacked next to my Pearl Jam and NIN nails CD's like bread and butter. Emotional, edgy, dark and melodic are a few words that best describe Zuma. An acquired taste which gets under your skin - i've found after listening to this CD that it gets better with every fix. You got some up-tempo stomp along numbers like the two singles, "Don't Cry No Tears" and "Lookin' For A Love" and deep melancholy on the bluesy "Danger Bird" and the effortlessly cool "Cortez The Killer" I'm 19, which leaves me with little scope on classic rock but i know one thing. Neil Young and Crazy Horse are the only ones i care about.

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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 24 May 2006
This review is from: Street-Legal (Audio CD)
I bought this cd today along with "Tommy" by The Who and "New Adventures in Hi Fi" by REM and not surprisingly, Street Legal is head and shoulders above the other two and the rest of my music collection for that matter (except for other Dylan stuff) You really cant go wrong with old Bob. His albums often have a recurring style (lush ballands complete with violins on "Desire" etc) and on this one it's very much an RnB approach with soulful female backing vocals. I love the way the epic "Changing of the Guards" fades in from the start as if it had been playing forever - you will know what i mean when you hear it. And from that point on it's just pure genious. This is Dylan not at his best, but Dylan nonetheless. What more do you need?

Into The Great Wide Open
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Into the Great Wide Open, 22 Feb 2006
Great nostalgia inducing melodic rock songs with good vibes and a ballad here and there. Buy it!

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