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I Won't Be Home Tonight
Genres: Pop, Rock, Metal
TRACKS: 1. I Won't Be Home Tonight 2. Running Away From The Thought Of You 3. I'll Tell The World About It 4. Carry My Love 5. I Don't Care 6. West Coast Summer Nights 7. Natalia 8. Vigilante 9. Something For Nothing 10. S... more »
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TRACKS: 1. I Won't Be Home Tonight 2. Running Away From The Thought Of You 3. I'll Tell The World About It 4. Carry My Love 5. I Don't Care 6. West Coast Summer Nights 7. Natalia 8. Vigilante 9. Something For Nothing 10. Sing Along
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Best recording since 'One Year'
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Colin is, strangely enough, a highly underated singer who is perhaps the best in pop music. When Echo Bridge was released in 1995,like everything else he's done, it went un-noticed. The choice of material is truly superb and crosses bridges of song types from the coarse material of Billy Bragg in 'Levi Stubbs Tears' to Clifford T Ward's 'The Best is Yet to Come'. Colin not only does justice to these gems but surpasses probably the original versions with his unique delivery. I compare this album to his first solo release, 'One Year' for the reason that there are no bad songs (which is a rare feat nowadays) Colin has always taken risks with his approach to music; 'one year' did that with it's strong classical feel and use of string arrangements in 1971...'Echo' does the same thing 24 years later with the freshness of modern technology! In a world of 'cookie-cutter' music - Colin Blunstone is a rare and unique talent; a gifted songwriter and, without a doubt, the best voice in music today (Art Garfunkel is probably the only other!) Colin remains unblemished by the music industry's overkill of todays musicians and 'Echo Bridge' is testament to his devotion to good songwriting, melody, and arrangement. A superbly recorded and mixed album with powerful musicianship. 'Echo Bridge will undoubtedly, in 25 years, be considered a classic as was 'One Year'!"
Extremely good album. Amazing voice !!!
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard Colin singing "What becomes of the broken hearted" many years ago and was quite impressed. I then heard "Old & Wise" from Alan Parsons "Eye In The Sky" and his voice just blew my mind. "Echo Bridge" is no disppointment - the emotional power of Colin's voice is still there. The production is polished, although it could have been improved by the addition of some strings and removal of some drum machine... The lyrics are not profound, but DO NOT detract from the haunting quality of his voice. There are no bad tracks."