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Carbon Leaf - Nothing Rhymes With Woman (2009) 320 Kbps

12-05-2015, 08:25
Folk | Rock | Alternative

Carbon Leaf - Nothing Rhymes With Woman (2009) 320 Kbps

Artist: Carbon Leaf
Title Of Album: Nothing Rhymes With Woman
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Vanguard Records
Genre: Folk-Rock, Alternative Rock
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:07:22
Total Size: 172 Mb


01. Indecision (04:03)
02. Another Man's Woman (04:28)
03. Miss Hollywood (04:01)
04. Cinnamindy (04:07)
05. Lake Of Silver Bells (05:35)
06. What Have You Learned? (03:29)
07. Mexico (04:14)
08. X-Ray (04:26)
09. Drops Of Rain (04:14)
10. Meltdown (03:41)
11. Pink (04:02)
12. Snowfall Music (05:32)
13. Seed (05:46)
14. Tip Toe (Bonus Track) (04:12)
15. Lake Of Silver Bells (Acoustic) (Bonus Track) (05:36)

Long-lived mainstream rock band Carbon Leaf offered few surprises on Nothing Rhymes with Woman. It's a set of dependably earnest tunes, ably paced by Barry Privett's confident and versatile vocals, projecting various shades of hope and regret without succumbing to breast-beating anthemic rock moves. That might be a nice way of saying that there's not much that stands out here musically or is worthy of singling out for uniqueness of vision. At least Carbon Leaf do what they do with high professionalism and integrity, and some variety, even if overall it's pretty average commercial guitar rock radio fare. But it's not a great sign when you have to struggle to pinpoint highlights or noteworthy features, though one of those is a return to the more Celtic slant on rock characteristic of their earlier albums on "Pink." The brooding, slightly swampy thump of "Another Man's Woman" is a welcome break into something a whole lot more sinister than their usual brand of roots rock with a warily uplifting outlook.

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