Brandi Carlile (Bonus Track Version)
Download links and information about Brandi Carlile (Bonus Track Version) by Brandi Carlile. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 40:00 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, 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||3:28|
|6.||Someday Never Comes||2:46|
|7.||Fall Apart Again||3:37|
|8.||In My Own Eyes||3:29|
|11.||Sixty Years On (Live)||3:44|
|12.||Tragedy (Austin Cello Version)||3:43|
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.