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Everything Comes and Goes

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'Everything Comes And Goes' represents Branch's first project since she enjoyed her first country smash with 200's acclaimed album 'Stand Still, Look Pretty' by The Wreckers, the duo with which Branch made an inspired vocal and songwriting collaboration that was nominated for both a CMA Award and a Grammy. The popularity of The Wreckers helped establish Branch as a fixture of country radio. True to its philosophical title, 'Everything Come And Goes' documents what became a complicated and emotional time in the life of Branch, who first moved to Nashville four years ago with her musician husband Teddy Landau to make music and start a family. According to Branch, 'Everything Comes And Goes' - produced by John Leventhal and John Shanks ('My Two Johns,' Branch calls them with a laugh) - reflects what she calls 'two break-ups the past year or two.' Born in Sedona, Arizona, Branch took voice lessons at eight, got her first guitar by fourteen, and instantly became obsessed with songwriting. That same passion resulting in Branch releasing her first independent album 'Broken Bracelet' and signing her first major label record deal with Maverick before she turned eighteen.
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  • Audio CD (September 14, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00192IVA4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,335 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Cliu on July 24, 2010
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I have gotten hold of 6 of the tracks on this upcoming CD and so far it is amazing. I love her new style and her voice is as good as ever if not better. I love all the tracks but my favorite has to be Crazy Ride, in this one she really shows off her vocal strength and the lyrics are simply amazing.
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I have been listening to this album on repeat in my car for the past three days. I love every single song. Some of them are more "twangy/countryish" than others, but on the whole. a solid 6 song EP. I had high hopes, but had set my expectations low. I love love LOVE this album. and if you read any of my other CD reviews, you'll see that if I don't like a CD by my favorite artists, I will say so.

Each song is unique. There's no "blandness" here. And I am especially moved by "I Want Tears". Just gorgeous. Please buy this. I want a full CD from this amazing singer/songwriter, please. Again....welcome back Ms. Branch.
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Another perfect batch of songs from the multi-talented Michelle Branch. This EP was originally supposed to be a full length album, and I have since heard most of the tracks that were supposed to be on this release, alongside those chosen for this EP, and there are ALL amazing. I do NOT know what the HELL Warner Bros. is doing with Michelle and her career, but they are basically snuffing the life out of it. Every song on this EP is PERFECT country/pop-rock. Beautiful melodies, strong song-writing, great hooks. Michelle has never sounded better. Yet this release was delayed time and time again, then just unceremoniously released as en EP in 2010, with little or no fanfare, and without all the rest of the tracks that were supposed to be on here. Thank goodness Michelle was able to temporarily offer downloads of some of the cast-off tracks on her website. I was lucky enough to grab some of them while they lasted. And "Long Goodbye" was released on Dwight Yoakam's latest CD (THANK YOU Dwight!). But what a bummer to build up the anticipation of us long-time fans to just keep delaying and delaying, and then dropping an EP. I can only imagine how frustrating this is for Michelle. And don't even get me started on Warner delaying another of Michelle's albums... "West Coast Time". We were teased with this release several times over an almost 3 year period, and still the only thing to come of it was the single "Loud Music", which they did virtually NOTHING to support or promote. So another entire album scrapped. Michelle, hang tough. Hopefully they will release some form of all these unreleased tracks and call it an album, then they can do a "Greatest Hits", and then hopefully your contract will be OVER!!!!!Read more ›
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Amazing EP. I really love her collaboration with Hillary Lindsey, one of my favourite songwriters. My only wish is that Everything Comes And Goes would have been released as a full lenght cd like it was supposed to. It would have been such an amazing album. What a shame that Michelle has trouble releasing her cd's. I bet she has tons of material which we never get to hear, unfortunately. I really love her doing country and I wish she would continue to do country. I want a full lenght country album from Michelle. And she should keep on writing with Hillary Lindsey!
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first off my cd arrived with crack in the front case I was glad the cd wasnt broken this album is ok its not my favorite album from her my favorite are The Spirit Room & Hotel Paper its good for easy listening.
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"Sooner or Later" is a flat-out hit, made it worth buying the CD all by itself. But then I've been nuts about Michelle's music since it hit VH1 when she was just a teenager. The title track is also up to the grade she set with her debut and follow-up CDs. I know those were a tough act to follow. If you liked her "Wreckers" mode tunes you'll like this. I wish she played live more often!
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Michelle Branch is the best. Her music and lyrics are wonderful. Hopefully she will not fade away but continue to publish music.
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Several years later, I am still listening to this EP and growing to appreciate it more. It is a straight-up great batch of songs, Michelle in top form. As other reviews attest, to me she has never sounded better. Are there touches of country in the form of steel guitars, etc? Yes, but speaking as someone who does not care for country music, I find Everything Comes and Goes to be just as satisfying as The Spirit Room and Hotel Paper. It is still sparkling guitar-based pop-rock, just a bit more roots-rock around the edges. And again, Michelle sings the heck out of these songs. The sound suits her.

Very much looking forward to more new music, which her official website says is coming soon...hopefully. It has been far too long.
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