Bring Me Your Love
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To be honest, I only love about half the songs, both those 6 or 7 songs are worth the price of 6 or 7 albums. The other songs aren't terrible or even bad, they're simply not up to par with the rest. The melodies, feelings, and all around musical prowess Mr. Green delivers on this album are amazing.
Astoundingly catchy stuff for such melancholy (for the most part) music.
The beginning two songs and ending two songs are the only thing that brings this album down from a five.
Really great record, honest lyrics that convey depth and emotion, and brilliantly written music. His voice is beautiful.
Now, having listened to Green's new album, I can safely say that this album will be in heavy rotation as well. Green has branched out from his previous album (which was mostly just him and his guitar) to include a backing band (or at least percussion in some cases) or backup vocalists in some of the songs-- and it works very well in way that is reminiscent of Iron and Wine. He also incorporates folk influences, such as a banjo, and makes them work very well.
I had previously heard the first two tracks on City and Colour's live album, and "Confessions" was very good. So good that when I heard this new album was going to be released I hoped a studio version would be included, and I wasn't let down.
I have to say, though, for me the standout track is "Body in a Box." This song is not only beautiful but thought-provoking as well.
With two amazing albums under his belt, I can only hope that Dallas Green will continue to do what he does so very well.
In most cases, when an artist comes out with a second album, it's never quite as good as the first one. This is not the case here. Bring Me Your Love is amazing. This is the sort of CD you listen to with a bottle of your favorite "beverage" and listen to every word and every last note. It makes you think about life, love, and the desire to find what we're all looking for.
Support Dallas Green, if you only have enough cash for one of his two CDs, make it this one. You will not be disappointed.
My favorite tracks:
Death of Me
As Much As I Ever Could
*as stated before, the entire CD is amazing.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like 2 songs on the album. The others did not really appeal to me, so I probably should have just bought the songs I liked.Published 5 months ago by Ellen
This is my absolute favorite and go to vinyl in my collection. I highly recommend buying it.Published 9 months ago by Gessica Ni
Absolutely love City and Colour, and this album is enjoyable from beginning to end.Published 9 months ago by David Leslie