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Joe Nolan – Tornado (2014)

18-03-2014, 11:31
Music | Folk | Pop

Joe Nolan – Tornado (2014)

Artist: Joe Nolan
Title Of Album: Tornado
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:56 Min
Total Size: 124 Mb


1. I Know the Difference
2. Autumn Sky
3. Pawnshop
4. Tightrope Dancer
5. Tornado
6. I Don’t Want to Wake Up) On the Highway
7. Did Somebody Call the Cops
8. I’ll Still Remember Your Name
9. My Sweet Forever
10. Shambles
11. Massey Hall

Nolan is a master of repetition, re-using words in such a way that they linger in your mind after listening, but not so much that they annoy you. And as much as he’s a great songwriter, more importantly to me, he’s a masterful singer. The control he has over his voice is remarkable; he knows how to manipulate articulation, intensity, and pitch change at key moments. In the title song, he exudes warmth through his gentle phrasing, whereas in “I’ll Still Remember Your Name”, he’s full of tortured rock star angst. Meanwhile, he gets down to a whisper in songs like “My Sweet Forever”, while other songs display vulnerable fragility in his wavers and barely-there falsetto.
While all of this makes the album great on its own, the contributions of his backing band really seal the deal. Blackie and the Rodeo Kings members Colin Linden and Tom Wilson are on hand for guitar and singing duties; Gary Craig and Marco Giovino (Robert Plant) appear on drums; John Whynot (Lucinda Williams, Blue Rodeo) is on keys; and Lindi Ortega shows up for some beautiful backing vocals on the opening track. Linden produced the album, giving it perhaps its best quality: consistency in its warmth and mood, augmented by Whynot’s engineering. Great albums like this remind us that it’s still a fine art form.

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