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Ethel: Light


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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Nov. 3 2007
By Diane - Published on Amazon.com
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This follow-Up to Ethel self-titled first CD is superb. Continues with it's inventive and enjoyable pace as well as superb performances. A real pleasure to listen to on a regular basis. It will alter what you think about contemporary classical music and make you think differently, not only about what you listen to here, but the music you listen to after this. A wonderful CD - try it - you'll like it
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Exciting and Weird! Feb. 17 2007
By PrescottJer - Published on Amazon.com
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First class sound and performance, the music itself has many good moments mixed with many questionable ones! I like it for its originality and sound, and less for its content.
5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Sorry, It just doesnt measure up. July 5 2007
By Clark Battle - Published on Amazon.com
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Their first album fully deserved the bold cover art. It was classical music with two big hairy nads. This album is an insipid rehash of tame and lame folk music. Its like when Todd left the group he took with it all the testosterone and innovation. Skip this one if you love the first. If you bought this one then you havent really heard Ethel yet. Get this one instead.


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