The Artist Birthday Series

Laurie Anderson

In a four-star review, AllMusic critic Mark Deming said it was “an album only Laurie Anderson could make, even as its sense of joy and tragedy set it apart from her best-known work”, while writing for Noisey, Robert Christgau gave the record an “A+” and deemed it her best work because it “accrues power and complexity” with repeated listens, “75 minutes of sparsely but gorgeously and aptly orchestrated tales … about life and death and what comes in the middle when you do them right, which is love.”

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