Haiku Reviews: Jamie Lidell, Far & Bettye LaVette 

CD Quick Hits, in 5-7-5 form.

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Jamie Lidell

Psychedelic soul
Blends with electronic sounds
Ear candy for all
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At Night We Live

A reunion disc
Captures the band’s long-lost vibe
New fans? I’m doubtful
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Bettye LaVette
Interpretations: The British Rock Songbook

One powerhouse voice
Thirteen British rock classics
Surprisingly strong

Next week’s album release highlights
Born Ruffians, Say It

Futureheads, Chaos

Jack Johnson, To The Sea

Tift Merritt, See You On The Moon

Melvins, The Bride Screamed Murder

Sleigh Bells, Treats

Paul Weller, Wake Up the Nation

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