10-in-10 CD Reviews

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Each Friday, we bring you 10 random CD reviews done in 10 words each:

Sally Crewe & The Sudden Moves Your Nearest Exit May Be Behind You — Simplistic, stripped-down sound reminds me of old Juliana Hatfield.

SciFi SciFi — Mostly instrumentals that combine jazz with elements of funk, reggae. (At the Double Door Inn Friday, Jan. 30)

The Black Ghosts The Black Ghosts — Re-released debut includes song from Twilight, it's some decent electronica.

Audrye Sessions Audrye Sessions — Oakland quartet’s rock grooves, Thom-York-esque vocals have potential.

Alabama Blues Machine Must Be Love — Decent blues band sticks to the traditional style, plus horns.

State of Shock Life, Love & Lies — Straight-up rockers out of Canada goes radio-friendly route.

Sally Kellerman Sally — Well-known actress puts recognizable voice over adult, jazz standards.

Via Tania Moon Sweet Moon — Sophomore effort from former Australian noise-popper is mellow, soothing.

Pine Leaf Boys Homage Au Passe — Ragin' Cajuns offer up originals and traditionals — mostly in French.

Umphrey's McGee Mantis — Chicago outfit that kicks out the jams releases darker material. (At Neighborhood Theatre on Feb. 22)

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