Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Proud to be Canadian.....
Aaron | Toronto | 08/14/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album released three singles (I think it was three) before it was finally available to the public (knew you could do it Jamie). The first one released was perhaps the strongest track here, 'Ready To Run', a hybrid roots rock tune. Wonderful.My favourite is the smooth mid-tempo tune that makes memories come back like a storybook, 'One Step Back'. Love that the acoustic guitar is very dominant and not a heard wayyyy in the background of this track. See Jamie? You and your producers / musicians know how to make an album/song great. I swear that if I could make this song announced on some wide publicised list as a classic country song....I would. The groovy country - groove 'What Goes Around Comes Around', or the ever sweet and tender 'Watching Her Sleep', hit the mark. Along with 'One Step BAck', other straight ahead country tunes are 'I Never Knew', or 'Still Only Me'...great backroad tunes.Watch out for the stirring 'The Secret', an award deserving song to the end of time.Ironically, I also have his 'Just Not The Same' , his more rock /country oriented sophmore album.....equal of quality and musicianship as this one. And he signed it at a radio station during a giveaway party in 1998, and I ran into Beverley Mahood in a shopping Mall in Willowdale (north suburb of Toronto)in 2001, one of his longtime friends and fellow musicans who they both sing background vocals for each other from time to time. I got her to sign his album too. Thanks Jamie (you too Beverley) for making great music. And it's Canadian ! P.S. - Thanks to Jamie And Beverly Mahood for also being great examples of independant artists. They bring out the best work."
A refreshing soaulful sound for country music
Aaron | 06/13/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Jamie Warren's debut album Fallen Angel is something he obviously put his heart into. It is packed with 12 perfect songs that he either wrote or co-wrote and he sings them with the emotion that they deserve in his sweet baritone voice. How good is he? Three times in the past year I've traveled 800 miles to Canada just to hear him sing. If you want to hear something other than the cookie cutter cowboy on the radio today buy this CD NOW!"