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Barton Carroll - The Lost One (2008)

11-02-2015, 15:40
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Barton Carroll - The Lost One (2008)

Artist: Barton Carroll
Title Of Album: The Lost One
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Skybucket Records
Genre: Indie Folk, Alt Country, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 41:54 Min
Total Size: 101 Mb | 282 Mb


1. Pretty Girl's Going To Ruin My Life (Again) (3:37)
2. Superman (3:00)
3. Burning Red And Blue (5:38)
4. Those Day Are Gone, And My Heart Is Breaking (4:04)
5. Brace Yourself (2:45)
6. Brooklyn Girl, You're Going To Be My Bride (3:10)
7. Certain Circles (2:43)
8. Small Thing (6:09)
9. Laurie, Don't Go (2:40)
10. Ramona (2:47)
11. Dark Place (1:46)
12. Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still (3:29)

As The Lost One opens, Barton Carroll reveals himself as a man with one thing on his mind: women. The "lost one" of the title, one might guess, is a man without a woman, a lost soul persistently looking for his better half, a soulmate, or someone, in "Burning Red and Blue," who will "make me a man." The first cut, the intriguingly titled "Pretty Girl's Going to Ruin My Life (Again)," is comic in its intelligence: the narrator knows what's going to happen, but shows no willingness to avoid the inevitable. The song also has an easy flowing groove, and the lovely bridge keeps the series of short verses from growing monotonous. Carroll's vocal style reminds one vaguely of Jimmie Dale Gilmore, though he sings at a lower register; and like Gilmore, his voice works exceptionally well with a lyrical song like the opener. There are other enjoyable moments on The Lost One like "Superman," but even by the third cut, problems emerge. "Burning Red and Blue" has an evocative story line, focusing on an illicit sexual relationship, and the instrumental arrangement is intriguing, but Carroll extends the ballad paced song for five-and-half minutes. Still, the full band arrangements of songs like "Certain Circles," along with Carroll's vocals and odd, lonely lyrics, make The Lost One an enjoyable recording. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi

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