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It Is Time for a Love Revolution
LENNY KRAVITZ
Producer(s): Lenny Kravitz
Genre: ROCK
Label: Virgin
Lenny Kravitz has been letting love rule since he started releasing music 18 years ago, so declaring that "It Is Time for a Love Revolution" is not quite a, well, revolutionary concept for the rock alchemist. He exhibits a different kind of urgency this time out, however, partly fueled by the times and perhaps also motivated by a desire to bounce back from the disappointing sales of 2004's "Baptism." Kravitz doesn't fly away from what brought him here, though. The mostly one-man-show of "Time" is another amalgamation of the vintage rock stylings that are his stock in trade, from the crunchy, Led Zeppelin-styled blues rock of "Bring It On" to the psychedelic riffing of "A Love Revolution," the mannered dynamics of "If You Want It" and the trippy, Beatles-flavored melodicism of "Good Morning" and "A New Door."—Gary Graff


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