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Nothing Is Wrong
     

Nothing Is Wrong

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by Dawes
 

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Painting their own version of heartland rock & roll with broad, unhurried strokes, Dawes continue carrying the torch of L.A.'s country-rock community -- once dominated by the likes of Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, and Neil Young -- on their second album.

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Painting their own version of heartland rock & roll with broad, unhurried strokes, Dawes continue carrying the torch of L.A.'s country-rock community -- once dominated by the likes of Gram Parsons, Chris Hillman, and Neil Young -- on their second album. Nothing Is Wrong picks up where North Hills left off, mixing the band's midtempo songwriting with dusty handfuls of pedal steel, organ, and imperfect harmonies. The music may owe as much to the American South as California, but Los Angeles figures heavily in the band's leisurely pace, which picks up at key moments but rarely moves beyond a casual clop. Some songs are even straight-up ballads, with "Moon in the Water" taking its cues from James Taylor and "A Little Bit of Everything" trading the band's guitar-driven sound for upright piano. Those looking to rock out won't find many headbanging opportunities here, but Nothing Is Wrong works well as driving music, particularly if the scenery outside your windshield matches the sepia-toned music.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/07/2011
Label:
Ato Records
UPC:
0880882173029
catalogNumber:
217302
Rank:
5006

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Performance Credits

Dawes   Primary Artist
Jackson Browne   Background Vocals
Benmont Tench   Organ
Ben Peeler   Lap Steel Guitar
Taylor Goldsmith   Organ,Guitar,Piano,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Jonathan Wilson   Mandolin,Percussion,Background Vocals
Wylie Gelber   Bass,Group Member
Griffin Goldsmith   Percussion,Drums,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Tay Strathairn   Group Member
Alex Casnoff   Piano,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Brett Williams   Management
Kevin Hayes   Art Direction
Taylor Goldsmith   Composer
Jonathan Wilson   Producer,Engineer
Allen Alcantara   Management

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Nothing Is Wrong 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I heard Time Spent in Los Angeles and was hooked! I kept thinking "Jackson Browne" and now I know why!! This is music that gets me through office filing, tense commutes, and recovery from tough work days and family quibbles. Thank you Dawes (and Jackson Browne)!