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Can You Still Feel?
Jason Falkner
Can You Still Feel?
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
  •  Track Listings (12) - Disc #1

Japanese edition of the 1999 & second solo album by the former Jellyfish guitarist with 'Tomorrow Will Be Too Long' added as a bonus track. 13 tracks total, also featuring the single 'My Lucky Day'.

      
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All Artists: Jason Falkner
Title: Can You Still Feel?
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Import [Generic]
Release Date: 5/25/1999
Album Type: Extra tracks, Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Indie & Lo-Fi, Adult Alternative, Power Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Can You Still Feel
UPC: 4988029700346

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Album Description
Japanese edition of the 1999 & second solo album by the former Jellyfish guitarist with 'Tomorrow Will Be Too Long' added as a bonus track. 13 tracks total, also featuring the single 'My Lucky Day'.
 

CD Reviews

A masterpiece that you just CAN'T afford not to own!
A musician and fan | England | 11/26/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well, you only have to look at the other reviews on this page to get an idea of how good this album really is! But if you're still not convinced then READ ON... Jason was lured into the band Jellyfish (One of the most under rated bands of all time) with the understanding that his exceptional songwriting ablilities would be exploited. This however was not the case. He left, formed The Greys, recorded one album after which they all went their seperate ways. He then Started his solo career and recorded his first album entitled " Author Unknown ". Which leads us to this album. "Can you still feel" is I suspect the CD that every musician would love to have written and recorded. You listen to the songs a couple of times and you're hooked. The harmonies are exquisite. So much so that even after months of listening to them, the hairs on the back of your neck still stand up. On hearing the songs for the first time you will notice that the melody line never goes quite where you think it will and sounds a hell of a lot better that way anyhow! Mr Falkner (who plays every instrument on the album with the exception of the flute) Is quite literaly a Genius. This whole album is littered with instrumantal riffs and vocal harmonies that are addictive. To Conclude, if you don't own this CD, you're missing out on some of the best music in existance!"
A Complex, dense, but ultimately rewarding power pop album
Wayne Klein | My Little Blue Window, USA | 05/21/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Prior to The Grays, no one had a clue that Jason Faulker was capable of producing such rich, complex power pop. At once recalling the Beatles, Badfinger and, to a lesser extent, Matthew Sweet this album is less accessible than Author Unknown, but every bit as melodic. Musically, this is a step forward. The melodies and arrangements are still clean and direct, but go in unexpected directions always surprising the listener. Faulkner sings more confidently on his second release..clearly he has (pardon the pun) found his voice as an artist.Emotionally and musically rich with witty, intelligent lyrics, Can You Still Feel? is one of the best albums of the year. God this guy is talented!"
Yes, We Can!
Henry Mena | Brooklyn, NY United States | 10/09/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The textbook definition of the term `ear candy', Jason Falkner's follow-up to his formal solo debut 'presents Author Unknown' is another layered sonic treat that benefits greatly from the crystalline production of Radiohead and Beck collaborator Nigel Godrich. 'Can You Still Feel' doesn't break any new ground, however. In fact, like it's predecessor, it owes a great debt to the early '70s output of that other multi-intrumentalist and pop whiz, Todd Rundgren. That's not to say that Falkner is a slavish imitator--the man's just proud of his influences and wears them accordingly.

This is pop music made by a rocker with a keen sense of melody and arrangement, the likes of which are seldom heard on radio or MTV. Don't deprive yourself of it just because clueless, tone-deaf, bought-and-paid-for program directors choose to look the other way. Cheers!
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