All Rise - Inara George
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  • Summary: Michael Andrews (composer of the score for 'Donnie Darko') produced this debut disc for the Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, who is the daughter of Little Feat's Lowell George.
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  1. Positive: 8 out of 13
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  1. Since her voice is clear and lovely, the songs are tuneful without being flashy, and the production is quiet, subtly layered, George makes All Rise seem easy, and it's only when the record is over that it dawns on you what a rich, rewarding album it is.
  2. A gorgeous and moving collection of love songs.
  3. Her music-box arrangements have a child-like giddiness about them, but this collection of glittering songs has an emotional and sonic maturity that will keep you listening long past bedtime.
  4. The record clearly shows off George's talent and eclectic bent.
  5. The strengths of "All Rise" are understatement and simplicity; while George may not shock you, it's because she never meant to.
  6. 60
    Simple acoustic music lined with occasional piano and an inglenook voice owing much to early Joni Mitchell or Carole King. [Aug 2006, p.93]
  7. 40
    All Rise flitters about like an overly melodramatic actor: it might be pretty, but it offers little more than monotony. [#67, p.97]

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