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CD Review: Cosmo Jarvis

Think Bigger (Frame/The End)

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This British singer-songwriter caught a ton of buzz a couple of years ago with "Gay Pirates," the catchiest song ever written about homosexual swashbucklers. His third album still packs plenty of whimsy, but Jarvis cuts a more conventional path this time, targeting – as the LP's title implies – more mainstream topics. The best songs ("Love This," "Tell Me Who to Be") are tuneful, filled with playful wordplay, and kinda average.

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