By Chuck Eddy
Updated December 19, 1997 at 05:00 AM EST
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Unplugged (Music - Bryan Adams)

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Adams omits a few of his more rocking hits in favor of schmaltz on Unplugged, but mostly he has fun taking chances on his acoustic gig. ”Heaven” has an almost a cappella spareness worthy of its title, and other rearrangements bring to mind border rancheros, two-steps, bagpipe-and-pennywhistle Highland folk, Stonesy garage rock, and Rod Stewart. Even the 16-piece Juilliard orchestra sounds less snobbish than stately. B

Unplugged (Music - Bryan Adams)

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