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Alone with Everybody

Alone with Everybody

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by Richard Ashcroft

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It's easy to understand why the former front man of The Verve was sometimes dubbed "Mad Richard," given the degree to which he pursues his obsessions. On his solo debut, Richard Ashcroft pays homage to skid-row poet Charles Bukowski, tragic folk figure Nick Drake, and the late

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Alone with Everybody 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I believe Richard has finally broken out of his shell with this album. He experiments with all kinds of sounds, and each song leaves you with a sense of enlightenment as well as anticipation (you just can't wait for the next song.) A must buy for everyone, including Verve fans. Richard Ashcroft has definitely arrived at the threshold of musical
Guest More than 1 year ago
Verve fans wondering how much of the band's electricity really came from Richard Ashcroft will have their questions answered with 'Alone with Everybody.' His solo effort is reminiscent of the mellower melodies on 'Urban Hymns' and does lack some of the swelling, psychedelic guitars of earlier tracks, such as 'She's a Superstar,' but nevertheless, the album is a mesmerizing mix that will rope you in with just one listen. Don't hesitate buying this disc!
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are few albums in with the first listen blows one away. This is one of them.
Guest More than 1 year ago
People questioned Ashcroft's career after going solo. What's to question? The album is one of the best I have ever come across. Mellow, soulful tunes with lyrics that blow my mind. Quite impressive, but not unexpected from a man like Ashcroft. People unfamiliar to Richard Ashcroft and avid Verve fans alike will love this album.