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New Wild Everywhere is the follow-up to Great Lake Swimmers' critically acclaimed, Polaris Music Prize shortlisted and Juno nominated 2009 album Lost Channels. Their fifth album in just under a decade, this new collection of 12 tracks reveals a depth and maturity previously only hinted at by lead singer and songwriter Tony Dekker.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 3, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • ASIN: B006UKX7EA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #402,016 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I have just been so impressed with this band. I look high and low through lots of free music on amazon sifting for gems and I found "pulling on a line" by this band, got some extra money and bought one of their full albums and found six new favorite songs on it but loved the entire album. I bought two other albums that same night and same thing. I just bought the last of the old albums I didnt have and now their new one which i waited for anxiously. What a great band. I love the music that can move you in different ways. When I am happy it fills me with warmth and relaxes me and reminds me of good and simple things. When I am sad its the low key melodic music that heals. His voice is beautifully soothing, the lyrics are hauntingly beautiful and lasting and real. This band doesnt feel fake, they make music. True soulfelt music. It is beautiful. I love this band and hope that maybe one day i see them come on over to colorado. This particular album has some uplifting songs with a more upbeat feel but also the nice easy going and very soothing sounds. The last band i went crazy for was the generationals, but this band has the props of being the only band I know of with FIVE albums i have loved. The only single person I have that much music I love to is Nina Simone. Incredible. I enjoy what you all are doing and hope you grow and continue doing what you love and always put out the stuff that moves you. It is noticable and remarkable. Many blessings.
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I consume a lot of music. I appreciate singles and their ability to create buzz around an artist and get radio play. And where a single is a short-story an album is a novel. I value the collective work of artists and what they put forth in albums. The newest album by Great Lake Swimmers 'New Wild Everywhere' is one of my top 5 this year. The movement from start to finish and from song to song creates constant engagement. There's continuity in the musical styling but enough variation to keep the listener intrigued. It's quickly become the top album I recommend to friends. I've liked the work from Great Lake Swimmers in the past but haven't ever considered myself a big fan. This newest album has caused me to not only become a bigger fan but also go back and give their older work another (closer) listen.
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New Wild Everywhere is the first real release of spring, and it feels like Spring. Songs like Cornflower Blue and Ballad of a Fisherman's Wife feel straight out of pure Americana. Who knew they hailed from the Great North? This is an excellent followup to Lost Channels and the bonus disc of acoustic studio tracks make for a great pairing. Nada Surf did this in February and it makes for a well rounded release that shows you all sides.

Job well done.
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I bought this album because I liked "New Wild Everywhere" and didn't know anything about the group at all. I am pleasantly surprised to find that I like almost all of the tracks enough to individually rate them at least 3 stars except for "Quiet Your Mind" which I found a little draggy. In most of the slower tempo songs the musicianship of the players is so good that I enjoy the song anyway. My metadata classifies Great Lake Swimmers as "folk" and I guess that's accurate. Somewhat reminiscient of The Duhks, the instruments include guitar, violin, mandolin, and perhaps banjo and a kick-butt drummer. The songwriting is pretty uniformly good throughout the album. The standouts for me are of course "New Wild Everywhere" and "Easy Come Easy Go", but "Fields of Progeny", "The Great Exhale" and "Changes with the Wind" also rated 4 stars. I'm glad I bought it, and this also came with the digital booklet. I really miss liner notes sometimes...
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Of all places to first hear Great Lake Swimmers, I have iTunes to thank. One of their sampler packs introduced me to the sounds of Pulling on a Line from their previous album Lost Channels. I was very excited when I heard a new album was coming out. So much so that I went out of my way to see them preform the entire thing live before the release date. The band was great, however I know I didn't really appreciate the true quality of the album until I heard it a few times. It's a shame really as now I appreciate the concert much more.

Anyway, the album itself is a bit of a grower. That being said it has some really solid tracks right out of the gate. The title song as well as the single Easy Come Easy Go are very good. There are several additional songs that will most likely become standouts on your play list over time. Currently, my favourite song is Ballad of a Fisherman's Wife. It tells a good story and is incredible musically. Personally, I don't see how anyone could dislike the sounds of GLS as they are relaxing while rather musically intricate (if that makes sense).

You should really do yourself a favour and at least check out this 5 star album. It's well worth a play.
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I love this band, genuine is the word I use to describe them. I love them as an ensemble and I love Tony alone plucking guitar. Rare, wonderful, a little too dark and introspective for the mainstream. It's a pity, they don't know what they are missing.
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