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Figure 8

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I bought the CD after hearing some cuts on NPR, a review I believe. I had just rented a car in Raleigh NC on the way to the beach for a friend's wedding. Hey... a CD player! I just had to get that Smith CD for the long drive to the beach. I was quite impressed with the crisp sound, excellent guitar work, and sprinkles of non-traditional sounds. I was so taken with the CD that I kept stealing away during the festivities to listen to it by myself watching the ocean from my rental car. Uptempo rockers to soulful acoustics perfectly balanced. Do yourself a favor and buy this CD now. Skip to track 6, LA, then start from the beginning and enjoy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    finding yourself in a locked room, tears staining the notes

    Like most of the albums in my collection, it's something to listen to in the late hours when everything has been put away and we are left to consider the day before and the days ahead. The cover quite made an impression on myself, but it wasn't until I was at a station in a Barnes and Nobles in New Hampshire where I felt I absolutely had to get it. There are quite a few good bits about the album (My favorite track is 'Someone I Used To Know'), but songs like 'Easy Way Out' and 'Can't Make a Sound' make one wonder whether that time and the taste of success has made Mr. Smith a little too comfortable and given his work a shock of pretentiousness.

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    Posted November 22, 2009

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