10-in-10 CD reviews



Each Friday we bring you 10-word reviews of 10 random CDs released in the last few months:

Jeff Kashiwa Back in the Day — For some reason it kinda reminds me of Kenny G.

Various Artists Confessions of a Shopaholic Soundtrack — Good way to get in touch with your feminine side.

Joe Rathbone Mad July — He reminds me of Mike Doughty without the witty lyrics.

Jonas Brothers Music from the 3D Concert Experience — Unfortunately, it looks like they’re gonna be around a while.

Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band — Indie buzz-sters’ debut combines elements of classic rock, modern rock.

Superdrag Industry Giants — Power-pop alt-rockers have kept some ’90s sound intact.

Ballas Hough Band BHB — More pop crap. Go back to “Dancing with the Stars.”

The International Noise Conspiracy The Cross of My Calling — Band pays a lot of homage to classic rock, poorly.

Ronnie Milsap Then Sings My Soul: 24 Favorite Hymns and Gospel Favorites —Country soul legend tackles numerous classic songs on two discs.

Bruce Robison His Greatest — Songwriter re-records a variety of his country hits, solo tunes.

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