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It's as difficult to pigeonhole Cheri Knight's second solo album, "The Northeast Kingdom," as it is to pigeonhole the woman herself. Though Knight made a name for herself as the bassist/vocalist for the Boston-based alt. country kingpins the Blood Oranges earlier in the decade, "The Northeast Kingdom" veers toward the melodic, Beatlesque rock of Sam Phillips as often as it evokes, say, Richard Thompson or the familiar territory of the Blood Oranges; not particularly a country album, yet not a complete break with the past by any means. ...