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A trip through Ohio.

Karin Bergquist and Linford Detweiler, aka Over the Rhine and the two magicians behind the soulful music of the new double-disc Ohio, continue to experiment with genres, ranging from the sensual "Lifelong Fling" to the honky-tonk number "Show Me." "Long Lost Brother" effuses true humanity: "Thought that we'd be further along by now ... /Jesus and Mary, can you carry us across this ocean into the arms of forgiveness?" Poignant words for a world tangled in fear and violence.
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Title Annotation:New And Noteworthy
Article Type:Brief Review
Date:Nov 1, 2003
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