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Download links and information about Solace by Xavier Rudd. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 48:29 minutes.

Artist: Xavier Rudd
Release date: 2005
Genre: Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 14
Duration: 48:29
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No. Title Length
1. Shelter 3:48
2. 3 Degrees 0:53
3. Let Me Be 4:13
4. Solace 5:01
5. G.B.A 4:34
6. In Transit 1:31
7. Chances 3:42
8. Journey Song 2:41
9. A 4th World 3:53
10. Yirra-Kurl 1:30
11. No Woman No Cry 4:24
12. Partnership 5:15
13. Silence 3:08
14. Green Spandex 3:56



Imagine if Devendra Banhart wasn't trying so hard to be a psychedelic pixie, or if Tyrannosaurus Rex-era Marc Bolan had somehow been reincarnated into the body of Jack Johnson or John Mayer. Either way, you'll come up with something close to the intriguingly bizarre debut album by Australia's Xavier Rudd. As a songwriter, Rudd is a spiritual brother to Johnson and Mayer, not to mention Brits Ed Harcourt and David Gray: A mellow singer/songwriter throwback to the good old days of James Taylor and Cat Stevens, with an additional fondness for reggae that leads him to introduce island rhythms into his songs and cover Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry." As a singer, however, Rudd possesses this kind of man-child squeak of a voice that's so startling to the listener at first that you'll spend at least half of the rambling opening track, "Shelter," trying to gauge whether or not it's a put-on. The disconnect between the otherwise standard-issue, and if anything slightly colorless songs and Rudd's bizarre warble of a voice is immense, and it may well be a deal-breaker for many listeners, but those who accustom themselves to it might find Solace, Rovi