Friday, May 29, 2009

10-in-10 CD reviews

Posted By on Fri, May 29, 2009 at 10:54 AM

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

Bachelorette My Electrical Family — New Zealand singer unleashes 11 tracks of pyschedelic, electronic pop.

Sir Richard Bishop The Freak of Araby — Instrumental album is full of mellow, guitar-focused, Arabic songs.

Anjulie Anjulie —R&b is all starting to sound the same these days.

The Features Some Kind of Salvation — Nashville band’s sophomore rock disc out four years after debut.

Viva Voce Rose City — Portland alt-rock duo becomes a quartet for sophomore disc.

Gary Lewis & The Playboys The Complete Liberty Singles — 1960s pop band releases 55-song collection of its hits.

Passion Pit Manners — Pop music with lots of falsetto soaking in over top.

Jenny Owen Youngs Transmitter Failure — Sophomore album from pop-folkster is full of catchy tunes.

Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women — Roots rocker teams up with seven women for diverse album.

Nakia Water to Wine — Soulful singer from Austin has caught eye of Sharon Jones.

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