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While he's served up his musical confections in a number of different guises over the past 20 years, Neil Finn remains, at his core, a purveyor of pure pop for now people. On this disc, a revamped version of One Nil, which was released overseas last year, he stays true to form, serving up something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. The final category holds some of the disc's best moments, particularly "Turn and Run," a rending ballad that teams Finn with Sheryl Crow. "Driving Me Mad" appropriates its shuffling rhythm from the streets of New Orleans, though it's the song's melody -- one of Finn's trademark off-kilter doozies -- that steals the ...
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Barnes & Noble - David Sprague
While he's served up his musical confections in a number of different guises over the past 20 years, Neil Finn remains, at his core, a purveyor of pure pop for now people. On this disc, a revamped version of One Nil, which was released overseas last year, he stays true to form, serving up something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. The final category holds some of the disc's best moments, particularly "Turn and Run," a rending ballad that teams Finn with Sheryl Crow. "Driving Me Mad" appropriates its shuffling rhythm from the streets of New Orleans, though it's the song's melody -- one of Finn's trademark off-kilter doozies -- that steals the spotlight. Much of the disc, such as the lovesick "Wherever You Are" and the lilting "Lullaby Requiem," falls into the dreamy, introspective territory that yielded Crowded House's most memorable material, with wisps of vocal drifting over the arrangements. But Finn does prove willing to kick things up a notch -- with the help of collaborators Wendy and Lisa Melvoin best known for their stint in Prince and the Revolution, who are brilliantly showcased on "Last to Know," which snakes along with a Paisley Park-tinged gait, and the bright, breezy "Rest of the Day Off." Having summed up the last few chapters of his career on the live 7 Worlds Collide disc, Finn set himself up to open an entirely new book -- which he does with élan on One All.
All Music Guide - Chris Woodstra
Neil Finn released the subtle and understated One Nil in 2001 to most parts of the world except the U.S., where he remained without a record deal. By 2002 Finn signed a distribution deal with Nettwerk America for the album, though by this point, the widely imported One Nil had already fallen into the hands of his die-hard fans. With that deal, Finn rethought the album's U.S. incarnation, maybe for commercial reasons and maybe for artist reasons most likely a bit of both. The resulting album, One All, evolved into a different record, which dropped two tracks the quirky rocker "Don't Ask Why" and the awkward and moody "Elastic Heart" in favor of two others "Lullaby Requiem," an achingly beautiful role-reversed lullaby sung by a son to his dying mother, and "Human Kindness," a seeming B-side made good. Four songs were also remixed: "The Climber," "Driving Me Mad," "Hole in the Ice," and "Turn and Run." Additional resequencing of the tracks led to a much better flow and consistent feel. Overall, One All is a stronger album than the already great One Nil, though the differences are quite subtle. Anyone who missed the album the first time around will undoubtedly be impressed by Finn's masterful songwriting, which is here in abundance. Those who picked it up in the earlier form will certainly need this version as well -- the first take seems somewhat of a work-in-progress in comparison.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/21/2002
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • UPC: 067003026529
  • Catalog Number: 30265

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 The Climber (4:15)
  2. 2 Driving Me Mad (3:56)
  3. 3 Hole in the Ice (4:06)
  4. 4 Last to Know (2:59)
  5. 5 Wherever You Are (4:42)
  6. 6 Secret God (5:24)
  7. 7 Lullaby Requiem (3:44)
  8. 8 Human Kindness (4:41)
  9. 9 Turn and Run (3:41)
  10. 10 Anytime (3:23)
  11. 11 Rest of the Day Off (3:57)
  12. 12 Into the Sunset (4:12)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Neil Finn Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Harmonium, Vocals, Synthesizer Guitar, Vibes, chamberlain, Orchestra Bells, Optigan
Lisa Germano Violin, Choir, Chorus, Wurlitzer
Jim Keltner Drums, Vocals
Sheryl Crow Accordion, Vocals
Tchad Blake Rhythm
Lisa Coleman Keyboards, Vocals
Mitchell Froom Celeste, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, chamberlain, Wurlitzer, Pennyosley
Susannah Melvoin Choir, Chorus
Wendy Melvoin Bass, Percussion, Drums, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus, Shaker, E-bow, Fuzz Guitar
Sebastian Steinberg Bass
Lynn Williams Vocal Director
Reg Mombassa Slide Guitar
Liam Finn Background Vocals
Shon Sullivan Guitar, Keyboards
Scott McPherson Drums
Technical Credits
Tchad Blake Producer, Engineer
Neil Finn Producer
Mitchell Froom Producer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Neil Baldock Engineer
Sam Gibson Programming, Engineer, drum programming
Virginia Read Engineer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    you aren't the only one!

    another perfect album from the guy who writes perfect songs and sings them in the perfect voice you only have to listen to it to love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    So I'm the only one?

    Neil Finn is a gifted songwriter with the best voice in the pop genre. So good in fact (the voice) that he harmonizes best with himself. If you're looking for anger, look elsewhere. If you want some memorable hooks and haunting melodies, try this one. And try his previous releases.

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