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Between the Minds (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Between the Minds (Deluxe Edition) by Jack Savoretti. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:25:36 minutes.

Artist: Jack Savoretti
Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:25:36
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No. Title Length
1. Dreamers 4:43
2. No One's Aware 3:28
3. Dr Frankenstein 3:52
4. Once Upon a Street 3:42
5. Without 4:42
6. Blackrain 3:21
7. Apologies 2:58
8. Between the Minds 3:49
9. Soldiers Eyes 3:09
10. Lovely Fool 3:25
11. Gypsy Love 3:40
12. Chemical Courage 4:31
13. Killing Man 5:40
14. One Man Band 3:35
15. Russian Roulette 4:43
16. Without 4:01
17. Killing Man 4:44
18. Between the Minds 4:15
19. Dr Frankenstein 3:39
20. Blackrain 2:43
21. Lucy 4:25
22. Ring of Fire (Live from Paris) 2:31



Having performed with Corinne Bailey Rae on her European tour, Jack Savoretti released his debut album Between the Minds. From a young man who claimed he wrote poetry as a child and never even picked up a guitar until he was 16 years old, and having found that more people listened to him when he sang than if he recited poetry, it was a remarkably assured debut. 2007, however, was possibly the wrong time to release an album of acoustic ballads sung with a gruff voice — almost Leonard Cohen-ish in quality but in a higher register — for there were already a plethora of singer/songwriters in this genre, including Damien Rice, Ray LaMontagne, and Ben Harper, not to mention the kings of 2000s acoustic songwriting David Gray and James Blunt producing very similar albums. Consequently, Between the Minds got a little lost in the crowd, peaking at number 70 in the charts for just one week. After four songs, all acoustic ballads with a simple guitar picking backing, the track "Without" came along and introduced strings, followed by "Black Rain," which actually sped up the pace a little, but then it was back to one man and his guitar for "Apologies" and "Soldier's Eyes," a poignant antiwar tale, and "Chemical Courage."