1968 - Pajo
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  • Summary: The Slint and Tortoise guitarist's second solo album under his given name expands on the sound of his first by adding a rhythm section into the mix.
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  1. 80
    It rocks, sometimes wallows and wanders off, but still comes back to a lo-fi sound that's contagious and consistent. [Sep 2006, p.136]
  2. With 1968, Pajo... may have finally found a style he feels comfortable putting his name on.
  3. 70
    Largely thanks to more robust production and instrumentation than was afforded last year's Pajo, 1968 proves that it isn't so much what you say, but how sweet you can make it sound. [#73, p.103]
  4. While not quite aspiring to the lofty benchmark of 'Whatever, Mortal', this recovers the lost ground of 'Pajo'.
  5. 70
    As ever, easy melodies pour from him. [Oct 2006, p.104]
  6. A bit too predictable and lightweight.

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