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Loneliest In the Morning


Download links and information about Loneliest In the Morning by Julie Doiron. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 44:47 minutes.

Artist: Julie Doiron
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 17
Duration: 44:47
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No. Title Length
1. So Fast 2:09
2. Dance Me 2:51
3. Sorry Part I 2:17
4. Tell You Again 2:22
5. Explain 2:12
6. Crying Baby 2:10
7. Sweeter 1:34
8. Tonight, We Sleep 3:27
9. Mother 2:30
10. Love To Annoy 2:36
11. Creative Depression 2:26
12. Sorry Part II 2:51
13. Condescending You 2:59
14. Le Soleil 2:48
15. Second Time 3:51
16. Who Will Be the One 2:21
17. Too Much 3:23



Prior to Loneliest in the Morning, Julie Doiron was part of the influential Canadian band Eric's Trip. In the later days and eventually at the end of the band, Doiron released a 7" and a full-length record of material on her own label, Sappy Records, under the name Broken Girl. Loneliest in the Morning is the first solo release from Sub Pop by Doiron under her own name. The first aspect of Loneliest in the Morning that strikes the listener is the minimal nature of the musical elements. The guitar provides the subtle rhythm, while Doiron's voice is captivating and enchanting. A melancholy undertone exists in the direct nature of the vocals, perhaps in a style of Aimee Mann, or the depth of Cat Power with straight-ahead lyrics. "Tell You Again" is a sweet lullaby, where bass and piano creep in, gently adding their touch to the soundscape. All of the songs are very personal and revealing; Doiron confesses her deepest. "Le Soleil" is the beautiful closer. The vocals carry the melody while the guitar opens the song up wide. The production is of great quality, giving the listener a sense that Doiron is actually playing in the room. Photos by Doiron and paintings by her husband, Jon Claytor, add a wonderful packaging element to round off a great record.