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  • In its 2,000-odd cramped pages, totaling close to 2 million words, there is scarcely a paragraph that does not contain an eye-opening or ear-catching piece of information. . .

    Sociology most Dickensian

  • Annuals is fueled with ear-catching twists and surprises.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume 202

  • Conducted by the composer, and with some lush, ear-catching writing expertly played by the London Sinfonietta, it's more cantata than in any sense opera.

    Aida; Elegy for Young Lovers; O Sonho

  • Thibaudet tirelessly, in all three works, teases out ear-catching harmonies and brash dynamic contrasts, but only the rare phrase feels fresh-minted, or suggests the idiomatic sway of jazz-club music-making in the writing.

    On CD: Alsop and Thibaudet do Gershwin

  • In which case, the two most ear-catching announcements were that the Tories are establishing a shadow board to work on public sector productivity, and plan to set up a incentivising structure whereby public sector organisations get to keep any efficiency surpluses they make - rather than having them snatched back by the Treasury.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • I especially like the music - contra McCain's ad, which is meant to sound menacing, this ad kinda comes off as less negative thanks to the zippy and ear-catching music.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • In which case, the two most ear-catching announcements were that the Tories are establishing a shadow board to work on public sector productivity, and plan to set up a incentivising structure whereby public sector organisations get to keep any efficiency surpluses they make - rather than having them snatched back by the Treasury.

    The axeman cometh

  • This ear-catching quartette has something deep, sincere, and "press rewind" about them.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume Seventy-Six

  • Their high-energy female and male vocal leads are ear-catching, and their melodies sink in.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume Forty

  • The band's ear-catching performance on New York's too-cool-for-school late-night Fearless Music TV, and their 2007 debut EP Good Luck and Games, is just the beginning.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume Eighty-Nine

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