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Craig Cardiff - Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise​)​ pt. 1 & 2 (2013)

25-02-2014, 13:22
Folk | FLAC / APE

Craig Cardiff - Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise​)​ pt. 1 & 2 (2013)

Artist: Craig Cardiff
Title Of Album: Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise​)​ pt. 1 & 2
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Partick Artists/Maplemusic
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 85:58 min
Total Size: 283 / 563 MB


1.Head vs Heart - Part 1 03:22
2.Radio #9 - Part 1 04:03
3.Lenny Bruce Lee - Part 1 05:49
4.Boy Inside The Boat - Part 1 05:53
5.John Wilson - Part 1 04:18
6.Recovering - Part 1 04:12
7.Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise) - Part 1 03:48
8.Father Daughter Dance - Part 1 03:23
9.Memo (Not The End) - Part 1 04:51
10.Boy Inside The Boat - Part 2 03:53
11.Recovering - Part 2 03:41
12.John Wilson - Part 2 04:37
13.Love Is Louder (Than All This Noise) - Part 2 03:31
14.If Bernadette Is To Be Trusted - Part 2 03:00
15.Lenny Bruce Lee - Part 2 06:29
16.Virginia In The Song - Part 2 05:31
17.Father Daughter Dance - Part 2 03:24
18. Last Love Letter - Part 2 04:12
19. A Prayer For You - Part 2 03:44
20. Sisters By The River - Part 2 00:52
21. Memo (Not The End) - Part 2 03:25

Craig Cardiff‘s 15-plus year career has been a textbook study in how to do everything right in building a grassroots audience. Working completely independently, the Ottawa-based singer-songwriter has crisscrossed the nation countless times, playing everywhere from living rooms to theatres, converting diehard followers every step of the way with a heart-on-sleeve approach that now seems eerily prescient in this Age of Mumford. Cardiff’s last album, Floods & Fires, was a major breakthrough, earning a Juno nomination and even landing in the SoundScan Top 10 for a week.

From rousing sing-along opener “Head vs Heart,” it’s a wonder why it’s taken Cardiff this long to expand his sound. Then again, the assembled players, led by guitarist James Robertson, are the perfect match for Cardiff’s wide dynamic range, pushing him to new heights but knowing when to allow the fragile qualities of Cardiff’s best performances here shine through, as on “Recovering.”
That Nick Drake-esque side of Cardiff is given plenty of space on Love Is Louder‘s second disc, where many of the same songs are presented again with largely piano and string backing. In some ways, it’s too much of a good thing, but Cardiff can’t be faulted for going the extra mile for his audience. It’s what’s gotten him to this point, and is sure to carry him further with this effort that puts him solidly in the upper echelon of Canadian folk artists.

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