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Beth Orton: Kidsticks

British songwriter Beth Orton stretches to the heavens on her latest album.

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Beth Orton: Central Reservation: Revisited

Central Reservation was one of the best albums released in the past 20 years, and although the bonus material gives some new insight, the power of the original remains as potent as ever.

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William Orbit: Strange Cargo 5

William Orbit self-releases a career and genre high point.

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Beth Orton: Sugaring Season

Trying to be both folk and electronica, Beth Orton’s career has always been defined by an identity crisis. But Sugaring Season proves that it’s better late than never for Orton to find her own vision as an artist

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You Better Mind: An Interview with Sam Amidon

What do R. Kelly, bacon sandwiches, and a land-surfing Jesus have in common? They all make up a part of Sam Amidon's world, and with his stunning sophomore disc just out, he tells PopMatters all about it ...

Ian Mathers
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Beth Orton + Sam Amidon: 17.Jan.2010 - NYC

Words and Pictures by Thomas Hauner

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Terry Callier: Hidden Conversations

With his latest recording, Callier decided to wholeheartedly embrace his younger generation of supporters and put a good deal of creative forces in their hands.

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Beth Orton: Trailer Park (Legacy Edition)

Over a decade after its first appearence, Trailer Park shows William Orbit's former dance-muse becoming the frontrunner in the post-Joni folk-pop sweepstakes.

Evan Sawdey
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Beth Orton

All the schtick in the world can't buy you substance.

Timothy G. Merello
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Beth Orton: Comfort of Strangers

A mixed bag of songs, set to an easy, frequently beautiful folk rock landscape.

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Chris Seet
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