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Nova's breathy vocals intensify the sense desperation in her search for meaning and connection -- for someone to help navigate life's unpredictable maze of travails. It's not easy to trust, as she's obviously been scarred by past experience and has built up a wall: "I'm sucked in by the wonder / and i'm fucked up by the lies / and I dig a hole to climb in / and I build some wings to fly". She's taking a chance, laying herself bare, willing to try again -- perhaps some of the desperation comes with the thought that she might not get another chance.

Live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco features the three-piece touring Bevis Frond of the period (Saloman, Shaw and Ward). Released as is, with no remixing or doctoring, this is an excellent rough-and-ready document of the Frond in concert; with a broad selection of tracks dating back to Miasma , it also serves as a useful, comparatively short introduction to Saloman's work. Most compelling are renditions of "New River Head," "He'd Be a Diamond" and "Lights Are Changing" — numbers that attest to Saloman's seemingly endless reserve of intelligent pop-rock tunes — but the highlight is the closer, Love's "Signed DC," an impressive extended jam.

Joe Tangari of Pitchfork Media listed some artists whose work might have been included but was left off, specifically the Television Personalities , 14 Iced Bears , The Chameleons , The Cleaners from Venus , and the artists from New Zealand 's Flying Nun Records . [6] Noel Murray acknowledged the absence of the White Animals , The Woggles , 45 Grave and Let's Active . [3]

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