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Van Morrison Once Again Ventures Into the Slipstreamnew

What has eluded Morrison in recent years -- and what the famously press-skeptical artist has certainly done nothing to court -- is a galvanizing, buzz-worthy, late-career "comeback" on the order of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan or Neil Diamond.
L.A. Weekly  |  Scott Foundas  |  05-27-2008  |  Reviews

Elvis Wakes Up from His Napnew

Shorn of too-good-to-rock novelties (string-quartet yawns, N'awlins nods, Bacharach blues, etc.) and absent the trying-too-hard missteps, Costello hasn't sounded so refreshed, relaxed, engaged or enraged in years.
Dallas Observer  |  Robert Wilonsky  |  05-12-2008  |  Reviews

No Country for the Old Men of Bon Jovinew

After Lost Highway came out, many fans began referring to it as the group's country record. Guitarist Richie Sambora maintains that's a misnomer.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Alan Sculley  |  04-01-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Costello Deliversnew

The Delivery Man is Costello's first album for Lost Highway and his first with the Imposters. He's joined by two first-time guests: Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams. But as with all his releases, the real power resides not in novelty but in the songwriting.
Illinois Times  |  Rene Spencer Saller  |  10-18-2004  |  Reviews

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