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On this album they have called in Nels Cline the innovative guitarist from Wilco to play on a couple of tracks including "Done" which you suspect may turn out to be one of their greatest songs with its almost 50s classic ballad feel and infused throughout by the trademark heart stopping dual vocals from Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker (it goes without saying that bassist Steve Garrington is as sure footed as ever). The album opens with the shimmering "Try to sleep" and you notice immediately the crisp production which enhances all these songs for which we must to thank Matt Beckley, a man best known for his work with the likes of Leona Lewis and Avril Lavigne (he should now be forgiven).Read more ›
I get kind of tired of every third band being compared to Neil Young in some way, but that's a sound I pick up in this album. Not a bad thing of course. Most of this folking rocks. Robert Plant should dig it.
The dedication to the album as product is clear. The stage is set with the mid-tempo opener "Try to Sleep", and it continues throughout the rest of the songs. I like the sequencing so much that it would be exciting to see this album performed live in its entirety.
As a fan of the studio album, I am delighted to hear Low take clear-cut but subtle advantage of the tools available to them. Tiny echoes of banjo, clever uses of effects, and gutsy cuts in accompaniment serve to make this a more human, more approachable album.
Needless to say, I will have to explore the rest of the Low catalog in earnest.
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This is my favorite Low album, along with The Great Destroyer. Both these album have the one long operatic build-up track (Broadway, So Many People and Nothing But Heart)that... Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by Edward J. Twomey
this Low album is so good. i've been a fan since 1997 and they continue to amaze both live and on recordPublished on February 5, 2013 by Chris Daltry
I have been following Low since their first record in 1994 -- which still remains in my top 3 of Low records. But C'Mon has really grown on me. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by G. Gallagher
Worth a down load only. Mimi Parker's vocals and percussion on "Especially me" is the entire album! This is an awesome song lyrically and musically and well worth a down load for... Read morePublished on October 22, 2011 by pic'ngrin
Wow, this is a real disappointment. I think every record they've made since Things We Lost In The Fire has been brilliant. Read morePublished on June 21, 2011 by D.M. Cross
10th studio album since 1994 from Minnesota "slowcore" band: stunningly beautiful, insistent
swells of simple, epic folk/pop that grow with a fragile and subtle grandiosity... Read more
I am new to Low, having heard them on Sound Opinions a few weeks ago. C'mon is my first CD and I'm on the fence about whether I want to hear more. Read morePublished on June 1, 2011 by Rushmore