Download links and information about Brandi Carlile by Brandi Carlile. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 32:48 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|2.||What Can I Say||2:49|
|3.||Closer to You||2:51|
|4.||Throw It All Away||3:43|
|6.||Someday Never Comes||2:46|
|7.||Fall Apart Again||3:37|
|8.||In My Own Eyes||3:29|
There’s a Far Western note of plaintiveness running through the tracks of Brandi Carlile’s 2006 self-titled debut, and critics deservedly gushed over this Washington State-born artist’s ache-wracked vocals and sparse, heart-tugging songwriting. Fundamentally, her first album is a country release — but Brandi Carlile’s stark production and often bleak tone is as far from the genre’s current mainstream as Nashville is from Spokane. As a singer, Carlile invites comparisons with a young Bonnie Raitt, delivering her lyrics with a bluesy throb accented with keening falsetto touches. Tracks like “What Can I Say” (written by co-producer Phil Hanseroth), “In My Own Eyes” and “Fall Apart Again” evoke late-night barroom reveries and lonesome drives across empty landscapes, and the wounded bravado of “Happy” and quiet desolation of “Tragedy” (the latter a torchy ballad recalling k.d. laing’s early work) are especially haunting. Carlile strikes a more aggressive stance on “Closer to You,” riding atop a galloping guitar line. Worth special mention is her darkly reflective cover of Elton John’s “Sixty Years On,” included as a bonus track.