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2010 sophomore release from the former bare-knuckle boxer from Yorkshire, England. Findlay was heralded by many critics as the UK's answer to Jose Gonzales when his debut album, Separated By The Sea, was released on Peacefrog Records in 2007. The release garnering much praise, including a 5* review in the Guardian, where Dave Simpson described it as the most unlikely classic of the year. Love Will Find You moves beyond Findlay's earlier Folk sound to a more ambitious place. Produced by Bernard Butler (Suede), the album features songs that are lush and intimate, influenced as much by Phil Spector and Ennio Morricone as by Roy Orbison or The Beatles. His music is courageous, triumphant, challenging and otherworldly.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 5, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Verve Forecast
  • ASIN: B002WHT1GS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #363,937 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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There's something ersatz in Bernard Butler's throwback production, but his Stax-inflected work with Duffy on Rockferry and now his Roy Orbison styled work with Findlay Brown certainly can press emotional buttons. Judging by Brown's folky, singer-songwriter debut Separated by the Sea, his reincarnation as a 50s-influence balladeer is a surprise. The quiet acoustic fingerpicking and introspective vocals of his debut are replaced here with orchestral rock arrangements and crooning vocals. The opening "Love Will Find You" charges from the gate on a Brill Building-styled baion beat and stops dramatically for a "Be My Baby" inspired kick drum break. Brown sounds at home amid the soaring strings, with enough echo on his voice to make him tower over the arrangement. It sounds like the recreations of That Thing You Do, crossing the rising melody of "My World is Over" with the rhythm and arrangement of "Hold My Hand, Hold My Heart."

Brown's ten originals deliver on troubled titles like "Nobody Cares," "Teardrops Lost in the Rain" and "If I Could Do it Again." Butler has more than one vintage production trick in his bag as he adds soulful string trills to the upbeat "All That I Have." But unlike a Chris Isaak album, you'll never forget this is a modern production.
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While I hadn't heard of this artist before I scanned the CD at a listening station, the music popped out; and I took it home. "Love Will Find You" is strong throughout. "All That I Have" is one of my favorites with its driving beat and strong sense of melody, "Got me acting like a fool; There's no one in this world quite like you." The lovely meandering guitar line on "Teardrops Lost in the Rain" leads us through a moody piece with Findlay's vocals reminding me of Chris Isaak, "Every mistake that we've ever made is in the past; Memory drifting like shadows to sea, hoping they don't follow me." The delightfully retro "I Still Want You" comes across like a Roy Orbison midtempo track with Brown's voice strong and expressive. The CD is a delightful discovery! Enjoy!
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Findlay Brown nails this romantic genre to the wall!! A friend of mine ranted that "he has nothing new to say" but really, has'nt it already been said at its very best when it comes to love? Findlay found no reason to switch up a classic. If you love Roy, Elvis and the Everly Brothers, you'll love this record!
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By Shagun A on November 10, 2012
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I found this album in an odd way.. I was walking through a hotel lobby and I was waiting on the front desk to assist me, and I heard the melody of "All That I Have". I didn't know the artist or song at the time. The entire day I kept humming that melody! When I got to a computer I googled the lyrics that I remembered and finally found the artist. I actually assumed this song was from the 50's/60's.

I bought this album on itunes and have loved it! Great melodies, lovely voice! It's so unique to hear this style in 2012. I've shared Findlay's music with my entire circle.

Keep it up,

Love from Houston, Texas
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this is a good album and a pretty clear departure in style from his previous release.

findlay is doing a real interesting chris isaac crooning thing here, but with morrissey's distinct knack for cadence and swooping vocals. the music has a varied style, but there is definitely a large dose of 50's style sock hop in there.

i like this departure. mainly because i find it much more interesting than what most of his english contemporaries are doing.

good on ya.
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Wow...this is really a beautiful album! While the style of the music - think Orbison meets Spector-ish production - is definitely studied, the final result comes across as very organic and heartfelt. My favorite songs are the title track and "Teardrops Lost In The Rain." Highly recommended.
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