- Summary: The Nashville singer's follow-up to her 2008 EP Dead Flowers is her full-length debut disc.
- Record Label: Names
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Alternative Pop/Rock
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UncutThe 21-year-old with the bell-clear vocals scarcely puts a foot wrong, sliding easily between solemn country balladry and snappy country rock. [Sep 2010, p.90]
Delivering on that precocious promise, Rose's debut long-player actually reins in her EP's feistier extremes somewhat to deliver 10 tracks of timeless, simply adorned (albeit by some dextrously restrained Music Row stalwarts) song-craft which, while they certainly doff a 10-gallon hat to the country canon, never seem constrained by Nashville tropes, old or new.
MojoA missed opportunity, but there's still plenty of time to get back on track. [Sep 2010, p.92]
Aug 15, 2010been loving this record since i saw a 5 star review in the sunday times in london and got a copy at the rough trade shop .
on a small uk indiebeen loving this record since i saw a 5 star review in the sunday times in london and got a copy at the rough trade shop .
on a small uk indie label 'names records' (not k7!)... why isnt this out in the states????… Expand
Sep 29, 2014I've been struggling with this album for 2 weeks now. It got my attention because of the raving reviews. Well, one thing is clear, CaitlinI've been struggling with this album for 2 weeks now. It got my attention because of the raving reviews. Well, one thing is clear, Caitlin Rose is a very talented musician and songwriter. However, her voice has a limited range, that sometimes is annoying, especially when she tries to sing too high and starts screaming, that makes my ears bleed. Also not all songs are good compositions, in fact for me there are too many songs not good enough, boring so to speak. Things Change is awful, and For The Rabbits is also unlistenable. On the other hand, the albums opening track, Learning To Ride, is gorgeous. Caitlin is at her best when she is not too serious, because drama really doesn't fit her voice. When she channels that Velvet Underground / Nashville 60's atmosphere, Caitlin is adorable.… Expand
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