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The Jazz June: The MedicineThe Medicine (2000)
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: eatdogseatdogs
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This was bugging me for some time. That certain feeling you get when you know something is truly profound and it just amazes you on how not many know it. In this case, it’s the music of the Jazz June and, in particular, their 2000 album, The Medicine. Certain albums that hold legendary status are kept tightly to those who love them dearly. I guess that’s why they are legendary. You know--albums like Pinkerton, Clarity and Dear You, which, frankly, came from that certain time when the term “emo” wasn’t such a derogative term. In recent times, there has been this huge Indiana Jones treasure-hunting cult going on where people go long distances on the internet to find these hidden gems. Blogspots and forums devote much space to those who are pursuing this “mecca” of music, and if you try hard enough, you will find plenty to go around. What I’m getting at here is that I've done so much searching that sometimes I let things fall between the cracks and this album was one of them. Oh, how glad I am that I finally found it!!!
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