10-in-10 CD reviews



Each Friday, we bring you reviews of 10 recently released or upcoming CDs done in 10 words each:

The Flatlanders Hills and Valleys — Seasoned trio of Texan songwriters join forces for fourth album.

Sharam Get Wild — Electronic music, collaborations include piano-playing Tommy Lee, rapping Diddy.

The Felice Brothers Yonder is the Clock — Band’s sound kinda reminds me of Dylan with The Band.

Bob Mould Life and Times —Husker Du frontman releases latest, 20 years after solo debut.

Cyrill Neville Brand New Blues — Youngest Neville releases N’Awlins-tinged first album in eight years.

Shout Sister Shout Hit that Jive — Old-school jazz style gets kicked up with swing occasionally.

Johnny Bennett The Violet Hush —Cat Stevens singing pop-rock tunes would sound like this.

Black Water Rising Black Water Rising — New York rockers’ debut filled with 90s metal, melodic vocals.

The Tragically Hip We Are the Same —More of band’s straight-forward rock approach with solid harmonies.

Alice Peacock Love Remains — Soulful rock CD kicks off “I’d like to get stoned.”

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