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Cariad Harmon - Cariad Harmon (2014)

14-11-2014, 12:39
Music | Folk | Pop | FLAC / APE

Cariad Harmon - Cariad Harmon (2014)

Artist: Cariad Harmon
Title Of Album: Cariad Harmon
Year Of Release: November 11, 2014
Label: Cariad Harmon
Genre: Pop Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Female Vocalist
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 34:07 Min
Total Size: ~214 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Every Time (2:42)
02. Wicked Town (3:24)
03. I Want You (3:05)
04. Like You (2:39)
05. Shame (2:00)
06. You Don't Know Me Yet (3:10)
07. California (4:37)
08. Old and Grey (3:24)
09. Don't Forget Me (3:39)
10. I Wanna Be Famous (1:49)
11. Williamsburg Bridge (3:42)

New York based Cariad Harmon spent her youth gallivanting around London and dancing to house and techno ‘music’ until the wee hours of the morning. Those wee small hours were spent listening to the likes of Bob Dylan and Tracy Chapman. According to her press release, being caught between two worlds is something of a common occurrence and, as a child to an English mother and American father, she struggled with feeling like an outsider. It’s that ‘caught between two worlds’ thing that makes her self-titled sophomore effort such an endearing listen. The first line of Every Time catching you off guard, but the contrast of her English accent within a rich Americana landscape (that sounds like The Beach Boys playing The Band) adds a rich new texture.

The songs are so wonderfully crafted and Harmon’s storytelling allow the listener to find themselves drawn into the narrative. So much so, for example, that you can relate to her (love / hate) relationship with New York (the subject of both Wicked Town and California) like it’s your own home. The album has all the charm of Shivaree (Like You) and the smoky lounge cool of Rickie Lee Jones (Williamsburg Bridge) while having the self-assured pop sensibilities of, say, Lily Allen (You Don’t Know Me Yet). It might need a listen or two to truly unravel, but this really is a beautiful album. One that’s so infectious that it’s bound to brighten up the cold grey Autumn days.

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