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Dan Sultan - Blackbird (2014)

26-04-2014, 20:13
Blues | Soul | Rock | FLAC / APE

Dan Sultan - Blackbird (2014)

Artist: Dan Sultan
Title Of Album: Blackbird
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Liberation
Genre: Blues, Soul, Rock
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 48:05 min
Total Size: 110 / 297 MB


01 Make Me Slip
02 Can't Blame Me
03 Under Your Skin
04 High Street Riot
05 Ain't Thinking About You
06 Kimberley Calling
07 The Same Man
08 Nobody Knows
09 Waiting On The End Of The Phone
10 It Belongs To Us
11 No More Explanations
12 Loving's Just For Fools
13 Gullible Few

Dan Sultan has grown up. From a soulful but tentative singer-songwriter on Get Out While You Can, the Melbourne musician has matured into a genuine rock’n’roller, able to evoke shades of classic Australian rockers such as Cold Chisel, or turn things right down to drop a stunning ballad, Gullible Few.

In the four years since his last album, Sultan has surrounded himself with a brand new musical team and the rebirth is evident. This album took Sultan to Nashville to record with Jacquire King, whose musical expertise has clearly given Sultan the confidence to throw everything at this album.

Though Blackbird may have been recorded in Nashville with a famous American producer at the helm, this record is 100 per cent Australian. Like Paul Kelly and Tim Rogers before him, Sultan has always had a talent for writing about the Australian experience, giving his songs a real and lived-in sense of place. On songs such as Kimberley Calling and the gorgeous It Belongs To Us his Indigenous heritage is at the fore. The opening lines of It Belongs To Us, “Underneath my fingernails, these ancient trails can never be washed,” lead into the kind of timeless, easy rock song that should be the staple of Australian radio, if only.

In fact, in another lifetime, any number of these songs would have suited commercial radio, the Hunters & Collectors-esque Can’t Blame Me, with its horns and pounding drums, or the sexy roots rock of No More Explanations are just two examples. This is a big step forward for Dan Sultan.

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