This Loud Morning

This Loud Morning

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by David Cook
     
 

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This Loud Morning is a curiously appropriate title for a David Cook album. Unlike so many rockers, Cook makes music not for the dead of night but for the crack of dawn, music that greets the day with a modicum of measured inspiration. This is particularly true of this 2011 sophomore set, an album that sands down any lingering rough edges from his 2008…  See more details below

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This Loud Morning is a curiously appropriate title for a David Cook album. Unlike so many rockers, Cook makes music not for the dead of night but for the crack of dawn, music that greets the day with a modicum of measured inspiration. This is particularly true of this 2011 sophomore set, an album that sands down any lingering rough edges from his 2008 post-American Idol major-label debut. Strangely enough, these rough edges include not only the faster songs that peppered David Cook but anything resembling a discernable hook. Every cut marches along with a stately purpose and each track is colored with countless guitars, so many that it stands to reason that this album would sound loud, yet it never does. Everything is tempered and deliberate, which isn't to say it's insincere: Cook emotes with gusto, never stopping to consider that his singing is lacquered over by all those guitars. So, This Loud Morning winds up as an album that's primarily textural mood music for the morning, and one that's not all that loud either.

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Product Details

Release Date:
06/28/2011
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0886975318926
catalogNumber:
753189
Rank:
13731

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

David Cook   Primary Artist,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Christopher James   Children's Chorus
Tim Pierce   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Phil X.   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Joel Shearer   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Doug Trantow   Choir, Chorus
Matt Serletic   Organ,Piano,Keyboards
Alex Arias   Choir, Chorus
Pavle Rakar   Cello
Dorian Crozier   Drums
Chris Chaney   Bass
Mark Castrillon   Background Vocals
Jasper Randall   Children's Chorus
Ulrich Zimmer   Leader
Klaus Marquardt   Violin
Andy Skib   Piano,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Rok Golob   Conductor
Mike Leisz   Choir, Chorus
Klaus Kulling   Violin
Hale Thornhill-Wilson   Children's Chorus
Neal Tiemann   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Johannes Krampen   Violin
German Pops Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Ziga Cerar   Violin
Ursula Ivanus   Cello
Tomaz Stular   Contrabass (Vocal)
Tamara Tasev   Viola
Nastja Znideric   Violin
Mojca Arnold   Violin
Marjeta Skrjanc   Viola
Marijana Gregoric   Violin
Marija Naversnik   Violin
Andreja Zupanc   Violin
Ajda Kralj   Violin
Ariane Volm   Violin
Claudiu Rupa   Violin
Betty Bachofer   Viola
Alexander Brutsch   Viola
Alex Uhl   Double Bass
Michael Speth   Violin
Marcin Nizol   Viola
Lisa Barry   Violin
Kyle Peek   Drums,Background Vocals
Kathrin Bscheidl   Violin
Jamie Kuhoberac   Keyboards
Frederike Faust   Viola
Victor Pineschi   Children's Chorus
Ryan Kern   Choir, Chorus
Rokulus Strings Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Natascha Klotschkoff   Viola
Monty Anderson   Bass
Monika Beck   Violin
Mirchael O'Brien   Children's Chorus

Technical Credits

Jess Cates   Composer
Marti Frederiksen   Composer
Kevin Griffin   Composer
Bob Ludwig   Mastering
Johnny Rzeznik   Composer
Mark Dobson   Engineer,Pro-Tools
Doug Trantow   Engineer,drum programming,Pro-Tools
Matt Serletic   Arranger,Programming,Producer,String Arrangements
Alex Arias   Engineer,Pro-Tools
Scott Stevens   Composer
Jamie Houston   Composer
Lindy Robbins   Composer
Matt Squire   Composer
Gregg Wattenberg   Composer
Julian Emery   Composer
Chris Feldmann   Logo
Jasper Randall   Choir Contractor
Ryan Tedder   Composer
David Hodges   Composer
Claude Kelly   Composer
Ryan Star   Composer
Andy Skib   Composer
Rok Golob   Orchestration
David Cook   Composer
Mike Leisz   Engineer,Pro-Tools
Bernd Ruf   Music Direction
Neal Tiemann   Composer
Courtney Herrera   grooming
James Lawrence Irvin   Composer

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This Loud Morning 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ginasM More than 1 year ago
I don't know what the reviewer was listening to, but it was not David Cook's This Loud Morning. If the reviewer did their research, than they would know that this album was inspired by the many lows and highs of his first tour. This Loud Morning represents those mornings he didn't want to get out of bed when all those feelings came rushing at him once his tour was over. Although David says the album is a loosely themed concept album about the rise and fall of a relationship, you can feel through all his passionate tracks that the back story is about the loss of his beloved brother. I love how the title track- Circadian plays with cool instrumentation like a child's piano and a boy's choir. How can you not feel for a guy that sings Mayday...somebody save me? And trust me this album is LOUD. There are crunchy guitars everywhere, even on the moody ballad Goodbye to the Girl. There are inspirational tracks like We Believe that are meant to be sung in a stadium during a sports event. R.E.M. is a cool closing track that really rocks and repeats the boys choir mantra of Mayday...somebody save me. If you love big passionate voices that soar over two octave ranges and is not auto-tuned, than you will not be disappointed with David's new album.
Pat48 More than 1 year ago
I can't pick out which track I love best on this album. Listen to this album from start to finish. I can't recommend it enough. Off to listen again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
David Cook's sophomore effort with RCA is a stellar album lyrically and musically and it does not disappoint. The title of the album "This Loud Morning" is taken from "Rapid Eye Movement" the closing song on the record and the best song on the record. The full Lyric is "Give me one more quiet night 'fore this loud morning gets it right and does me in" Musically Rapid Eye Movement is layered and intricate with a dreamy quality at the end that takes you full circle into Circadian the first song on the record. This album shows David Cook's growth as a songwriter and musician. I am impressed with every song on the album but Rapid Eye Movement, Circadian and Goodbye To The Girl are standout. I highly recommend this album.
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