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Wave On Wave

July 15, 2003 | Format: MP3

$5.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 15, 2003
  • Release Date: July 15, 2003
  • Label: Universal (UC)
  • Copyright: (C) 2003 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 53:51
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  • ASIN: B000V657MO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,138 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By Andrew West Griffin on September 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It was only recently that I got into Pat Green's music. When I began reading more about him in magazines and in online journals, I knew I had to get his latest, "Wave on Wave."
I made the right decision. From start to finish, "Wave on Wave" is a winner, chock full of straightforward lyrics, charming melodies, gut-level honesty and crackerjack musicianship. He's humble and fun-loving. What more could you ask for. Oh yeah, songs that will stay in your head for days. In this case, it's a good thing.
Austin, Texas-based Green has been releasing albums and playing his unique and energetic country-folk-rock style (Texas music) since the mid-90's and has created a nice little niche for himself in that time.
A song written by Walt Wilkins and Davis Raines, "Poetry," showcases Green's wide-eyed wonder view of the world:
"Now somebody made everything / from the soul inside out to Saturn's rings / How my baby smiles and how Ray Charles sings / Of course we were created / The clouds make rain, the ocean makes sand the earth breathes fire and lava makes land / now that took a mighty hand and a wild imagination."
Great stuff. And this is just an example. Other strong songs include the amusing "Elvis," a fun and funky track featuring guest vocals from Willie Nelson, Waylon Payne, Trish Murphy and Ray Benson.
There's the "aw-shucks" folk-rock of "Guy Like Me" has Green concerned that love won't find him. In fact, a lot of the songs deal with the ups and downs of life and love. "Sing 'Til I Stop Crying" and "Run" are perfect examples of songs where Green has fallen out of love and is hittin' the bottle. Classic country music theme.
Finding himself in Los Angeles, Green longs for home back in central Texas on "California.
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This CD " Wave on Wave" is another stellar collection of songs from a long line of True Texas Music by Pat. Some say that Pat Green has gone soft or is not as good anymore because the theme of his music went from drinking beer to finding love [Check out Wave on Wave] among many subjects he addresses in this CD. Well folks Pat Green writes what he lives. And he is living love and a true Texas lifestyle. I for one would not buy a CD from an Artist who didn't write what came from his heart and the life he lives. That right there would be selling out.
Pat Green continues to gain recognition with this "grown up" collection of songs, because he is true to himself AND Texas. A true Texan artist, but not without respect to his fans in other states! Thankfully Pat Green is being brought to the masses which is AWESOME !
This CD is amazing and shows a side of Pat we have yet to see and the same ole side of Pat Green we have come to love. It's thoughtful [Run & Eden's Gate], reflective [All the Good Things Fade Away & I'm Tired], and just PURE SING-ALONG FUN [Check out Guy Like Me & Elivs]!
Definetely the same Pat Green, but a with a bonus. SUBSTANCE !
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You can still hear some of the Texas-tone music that made his last album, "Three Days," so delictible. "If I Was the Devil," for example, is a dark song of what a man would do if he was, indeed, Satan. And "California" is a good ol' story song with a mournful side.
But from the opening "Guy Like Me", you can tell that this album is gonna be different. I'm not saying it's bad; please note the four-star rating. It's just...different.
Some of the songs, such as "Wave on Wave" (including the hidden version) and "Barricades" are intoxicating; others, such as "Poetry", are almost unlistenable. Really, the songs you like on this album depends upon your preferences; I can't tell you what you'll like and what you won't like.
Pat Green's newest CD, "Wave on Wave," is different, yes, but it's still pretty damn good. Pat Green continues to be one of country music's best singer/songwriters (how is it that all the best singer/songwriters come from Texas?). Unlike "Three Days," this album might appeal to non-Pat Green fans as well. However, if you're a die-hard Pat Green follower, there are no doubts that you will also enjoy this album.
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This, my first Pat Green cd is a lot of fun. I love the title track Wave on Wave. It expresses so much so simply. I admit, I like the catchy upbeat sound. Additionally, I really enjoy Poetry, quite a bit and All The Good Things Fade Away. The hidden, acoustic version of Wave on Wave was a nice surprise, though I prefer the radio version of Wave on Wave.
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This is an incredible album - I found "Poetry", "Wave on Wave", and "Wrapped" to be extremely enjoyable, but it smacks of the rock sound Pat has ventured into in small amounts on other CDs. I must say, I am a little disappointed - where's the new "Dancehall Dreamer" or "Galleywinter" and "Whiskey"? Not commercial successes, to be sure, but nonetheless, the kind of Texas country that got Pat Green where he is today. I think this album will draw a whole new crowd, but it's not the answer for the core group who have watched Pat go from small bars to stardom. Too many country performers have strayed from their roots - I hope Pat reels it in and gets back to the Texas dancehall...that's where the supporters are.
I've given this a 4-star rating because I would imagine this is the mainstream music that will appeal to many groups, thereby rocketing this very talented young man to the top of the charts. I only hope Willie, Cory Morrow, Robert Earl Keen, and Walt Wilkins will remind Pat of his raisin'. If you really want to hear Pat Green do Texas, get "Live at Billy Bob's"
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