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With Love

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2012 album from the American singer/songwriter. With Love focuses on the central theme of love and it's transformative powers. The album reflects Thomas' own experience, finding love and being aided by it as she fought a two-year battle with a thyroid disorder resulting in severe anxiety. Rosie began work on the record during this period of tremendous change during which she also got married and relocated to New York City from Seattle. Writing in Los Angeles, Nashville and her grandpa's farm in Kansas, she traveled to Texas to work with Sam Beam in pre-production, and after a false start recording in Nashville, Thomas returned to Seattle to assemble her band and record with producers Bazan and Wescott.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 14, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B006TX25BY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #186,397 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Craig McGinnes on February 14, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Guys, buy this for your wife/girlfriend for Valentines Day or any other reason. Then you can enjoy it too. Rosie's music is like her: genuine, beautiful, awesome, fun, heartfelt, comfortable, unique ... I could go on. Another great album by a truly special talent.
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By far the best produced, most polished album of Rosie Thomas to date. Also the happiest, most upbeat album to date.

"Over The Moon" is reminiscent of Feist with its happy, skippy beats.

"Like Wildflowers" and "Really Long Year" have lyrics that seem so personal and specific to Rosie that it feels like stepping in her shoes and sharing her struggles and joys. While I really love the universally beautiful and idealistic lyrics of "Only With Laughter Can You Win" (which is still my favorite Rosie album), this more autobiographical album feels more true to real life where joy often comes simultaneously with pain.

"Where Was I" "Sometimes Love" and "In Time" carry melancholy beats and movements similar to those on the green album (ie. "Death Came and Got Me", "Guess It May")

"Back to Being Friends" is a strong departure from Rosie's normal style, and has a very Bosom-buddies/James Taylor feel to it. "Is This Love" has a very late 70's folk-song feel to it.

"Where Was I" and "Two Worlds Collide" move too slow for my tastes, and "Two Worlds Collide" feels too teen-angsty. Overall, though, this album is amazing, and definitely one of Rosie's best to date.
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What attracted me to Rosie Thomas' music was an almost conversational quality; similar to a good, deep conversation with a good friend after two glasses of wine. There's an emotional investment that comes through in her music and which is deeply conveyed by her voice. There are little elements of Natalie Merchant but without the feeling of being talked to but rather of being talked with. That's an important difference. For that matter sometimes I feel a little John Denver coming through as well. Some of the arrangements aren't quite what I'd like, as a more acoustic sound is better suited to her, but the friendly tone and foundation always shines through.

Songs like "It's been a really long year" paint interesting memories in a nice personal tone that engages me as a listener. To my ear the composition of the entire album is excellent, but some tracks like "Sometimes Love" and "Long Year" are amazing in both depth and artistry.

I stumbled across her by accident but am so glad I did.
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Rosie Thomas' "With Love" is pure delight. "Where Was I" is mesmerizing with its midtempo beat and catchy melody with Rosie's voice sounding like your long lost best friend, "And where oh where were you back in high school when I was broken in two?" "Over the Moon" also glues the listener with its hooks and charming hopefulness of falling love, "When I'm walking with you, it's like I'm walking on clouds." The rest of the set is softer such as the beautiful "Two Worlds Collide," the diary song "A Really Long Year" and slow and lush "Sometimes Love" that sounds like a classic melody. "With Love is an excellent set from this talented singer-songwriter. Enjoy!
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Rosie's new album coming on the flush of her recent marriage is once again a marvel of beautiful music, touching lyrics and Rosie's enchanting voice. I was fortunate to see her perform just 2 weeks after the albums release and she is simply magic. She shared with us, the audience, that it is her desire to pull at our heartstrings and she does just that. Rarely does music affect us so deeply that we are moved but Rosie does it often. There is more joy in this album, Check out "Over the Moon" as well as the sweet and lovely songs that have made Rosie and her band so cherished. She caught me adoring her and dedicated her performance that night of "Since You've been around" to me. I am very blessed to enjoy a performer that is so extrordinary and so very brilliant.
Norm Sternfeld Austin TX
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