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Twelve Months Eleven Days Enhanced, Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 13, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Import
  • Label: Bmg Int'l
  • ASIN: B00002MISY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #661,649 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Eric Lewis on November 1, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Gary Barlow has had a hard time of it. His American record company ruined his previous release by not allowing him do his thing and paired him with some of the most talented musicians in the US. The resulting album was a tepid mix of ballads and mid-tempo songs. Thank you to the people who produce Celine Dion. (The title track 'Open Road' was a masterpiece)
Also, he has had to fight comparison with former bandmate Robbie Williams. I enjoy Robbie, too, but he has nothing on Gary in the singing department.
This album is 100% Barlow. His voice and musicianship are in fine form, but the album is weighed down in love ballads, beautiful though they are. It would have been nice to have a couple of good dance-pop tunes a la his remake of "Relight My Fire" from his Take That days. Although, "Stronger" comes very close.
That said, it is a lovely breezy album and perfectly showcases his voice and songwriting ability. Standout tracks include "Arms Around Me," "All That I've Given Away," "Before You Turn Away" and "Wondering."
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I was a little surprised to hear that Gary was not necessarily happy with his last album, "Open Road." I personally thought in all respects that cd was terrific. This cd almost captures the essence of "Open Road." The track that immediately stands out on "Twelve Months..." is "Stronger." This has an amazing hook and you will definitely be singing along by the end. "For all that you want" is essentialy "Superhero" (from Open Road) except that he now says "...your life, your hero" instead of "Superhero". The rest of the cd is basically just good 'ol pop music. Plain and simple. Some of it syrupy (after all the guy just got married). But for the most part very enjoyable and pleasant. I'm pleased that I purchased the cd and hope you will be too.
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while still enjoying listening to his first album, he released his scond album, after twelve months and eleven days!!!
compared to his debut album, this has less powerful materials to present them to te world, well, at least "for all that u want and "stronger" has continue his journey, after "love wont' wait", i bet u'll like this 2 numbers.
his second album hasn't help him much to climb higher in the entertainment industry, unlike his first album, with variety of rhythm and choices, this album did not show what direction is he going to achieve in him future albums, but this is worth a listen, if u'r gary's fans and just misses his voice so much, then, get this, u won't be dissapointed by enjoying his vocal performance!
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Sad thing is everyone (I mean EVERYONE) has become too critical of Gary Barlow since Robbie Williams (fmr bandmate) stole the spotlight from him. That is too much pressure to carry for GB. While RW is treated as a superstar, everyone assumes that GB's career is over... What's that all about? He totally blew all the speculations with this excellent 2nd album. Sure, I'm sure there are some experiments. He worked with Jon Douglas (known for working with George Michael on "Fastlove," "Star People 97" and more) on several tracks. Results, more sophisticated sounds with GB's more mature singing. I didn't even TRY to like this album. I heard once, and loved it. Listened to it carefully again and again, and loved it even more. I can't really say which song was especially good since all songs shows GB's growth as a singer, and as a songwriter. So, he may not be on top of the chart. So he may not have as much ego as RW. Screw all that. I could really see his humility and willingness to make better music, and suceed as a song writer. Hats off to GB's great effort. I'm sure his effort will pay off even without ego.
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"Twelve Months Eleven Days" is not a bad album. In fact, there are some jolly nice tracks on it. But I can't help but feel Gary Barlow was writing better songs in the last days of Take That than he is now on his own. The majority of songs on the album are love songs or slow pop ballads, with some occassional experimentation. But there isn't a "Back For Good" or a "Never Forget" among them. In my opinion the strongest songs are "All That I've Given Away" (it's quite hummable and memorable), "Fast Car" (the lyrics aren't too hot though) and "Nothing Feels The Same" (for some reason it reminds me of Air Supply). "Stronger" and "Yesterday's Girl" are perhaps on the experimental side, and work rather well, but are not the stuff #1 singles are made of. In fact, I will be very surprised if any one of the songs on this album will resurrect Mr. Barlow's career. None of them are below average or unbearable - the biggest weakness in his songs are the melodies of the verses - they are utterly forgettable. To discover what songs you might like, I suggest listening to the sound clips of the enchanced CD ROM - these sample the refrains. The best description of the album is: "It's fine." Some good tracks, some average ones. No breakthroughs, no unqualiified hits. It's sweet, Gary Barlow's voice is soothing and has a great range. But I can't help but feel the reason I embraced these songs is because I felt sorry for him. That was certainly the reason I bought the album in the first place - it was disenchanting to hear how badly it was doing in the UK. Twelve Months... is a superior effort to Open Road. But there isn't much more charisma (the biggest thing Robbie Williams has over Gaz - and one of the most important) or fufillment of potential. The songs are improved, but the frustrating thing is we all know Gary Barlow himself could and should do better.
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