Rock Stephen Carradini
Informed equally by ’90s rock and modern pop, Tulsa-based The Del Toros infuse each of the 10 tracks on “Come Down” with a sharp sense of melody and a clear vision. Each of the songs is incredibly friendly to the ear, which is good — you’ll have them with you for a while afterward.
Indie Stephen Carradini
For an album that boasts 13 different instruments, eight vocalists and a bling-tastic title, I expected the Oklahoma City-based Kite Flying Robot’s debut to be a giddy, stuffed-to-the-hilt affair.
Pop Rod Lott
I’m not sure I’d call Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water”
album the “masterpiece” as it packaging proclaims, since a couple of
its tracks have never clicked with me, but it’s as damn close as pop
Only one of the four is a true reissue; but c'mon...it's Paul Simon
Pop Stephen Carradini
Some reissues are chock-full of new bits that entice hardcore fans to go
out and buy beloved albums again. Columbia’s reissues of Paul Simon’s
first three albums do not fall in that category.