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Jason Falkner Can You Still Feel?
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Ex-Jellyfish and -Grays member Jason Falkner continues to mine a complicated baroque pop with his second solo album. Coproduced by Jason and Nigel Godrich (who were behind the boards on Radiohead's OK Computer), Can You Still Feel? is a heavily textured wash of modern psychedelic guitars and subliminally affecting multitracked vocals. Essentially "problematic pop," Falkner's music is at once hummable and stunningly elaborate, as befits a former Juilliard student. "Author Unknown" features an undeniably catchy chorus yet for the rest of the song is devilishly complex, with clever vocal production tricks and a sonic whiplash mix of acoustic and electric guitars. Best are "Revelation" and "Goodnight Sweet Night," both straight-to-the-point misty-eyed ballads accentuated by Falkner's sad, sweeping orchestration. Falkner is an acquired taste well worth acquiring. --Rob O'Connor
I have listened to this album 50 times and it never gets old. I am a confessed Beatles, Kinks fan and, yes, I love power pop. Read morePublished on July 25, 2009 by Patrick M. Adamek
I have all of Jason's records, this one is the best. I have turned many people on to Jason and every single person loves this record. Read morePublished on March 27, 2008 by Chris
"Author Unknown" is so superior in every way to this medicore album, it's not even funny. This album lacks the hooks and sweet melodies of its predecessor. Read morePublished on May 5, 2006 by Acroyear
I love this cd. First off, I must say, I love power pop, The Knack, Cheap Trick, the Shazam, The Deal, etc. etc. Read morePublished on December 13, 2004 by MrSofty
First off let me say that I found Jason Falkner through my love of Jellyfish. I doubt anyone listening to this CD hasn't heard of Jellyfish-but if you haven't stop right now and... Read morePublished on August 29, 2003 by Jason Wendleton
I enjoy some of this album a lot and all of this album a little, in other words as a whole record it's nice but not great, however some of the tunes are very good... Read more
Don't listen to the naysayers -- this is a great album ! Jason Falkner is a tremendously talented songwriter and a fantastic musician (check him out live !). I love this album. Read morePublished on January 13, 2003 by Michael
I love this album. Its great pop music. What is James Carragher talking about? He gave this album 2 stars and U2's 5 stars? Are you familiar with the word pabulum? Read morePublished on March 1, 2001
Looking at the liner photos makes clear that Falkner is the prettiest thing this side of N Sync (and doesn't he know it, especially in the shot of him being served what appears to... Read morePublished on February 17, 2001 by James Carragher