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Jonah Smith
Jonah Smith
Jonah Smith
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
 
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1. Little Black Angels 2. When We Say Goodnight 3. Stay Awhile 4. My Morning Scene 5. Cast A Long Shadow 6. Killing Time 7. Intro 8. Everything Is New 9. Give It All Away 10. Both Sides 11. Dressed In White

     
   
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All Artists: Jonah Smith
Title: Jonah Smith
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Relix Records/Image Entertainment
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 6/27/2006
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
Styles: Singer-Songwriters, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 014381319620

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1. Little Black Angels 2. When We Say Goodnight 3. Stay Awhile 4. My Morning Scene 5. Cast A Long Shadow 6. Killing Time 7. Intro 8. Everything Is New 9. Give It All Away 10. Both Sides 11. Dressed In White

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Soul
Gonzo | New York | 07/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Tasteful, rootsy and endlessly soulful, Jonah's third album ranges from vintage, pedal steel-laced Americana to classic, Rhodes-drenched, blue-eyed soul.

on a different note, another reviewer stated that this was his first album. WRONG. this is his third album. Industry Rule (2001) and Beneath the Underdog (2003) are both good albums, but not as good as this one. if you dig this album, try to pick up the other two. jonah just signed with relix records , so you could probly get the other two at their website"
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Charles Horton | Nashville, TN United States | 03/16/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Heard 'My Morning Scene' on a local indie radio station (it's too good for Clear Channel). As it was not identified, spent several days tracking down artist to find this wonderful album. The aforementioned song reminded me of The Band and brilliant songwriter Malcolm Holcombe - and I got a major kick out of finding Garth Hudson playing on a song and Jonah covering Malcolm's 'Dressed In White'. The CD is an understated joy - wrapped in moody melodicism and thoughtful lyrics. Jonah's voice has real character (despite the lame description by the Amazon reviewer) and his emotional commitment to the songs is palpable.
My only small quibble (and reason for 4 starts) is the sameness of many of the tunes and that the production is flat - plodding, where it needs to push.
That aside, this is a rare gem in a sea of sound-alikes."
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Michael J. Neff | 03/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"While going to see Susan Tedeschi in concert last fall, we were treated to an opening act that we had never heard of. The sound that Jonah Smith put out immediately grabbed our attention (we usually don't pay a great deal of attention to opening acts), and we immediately went to meet him and get some CD's. I bought 3 copies, gave two away and kept one that Jonah autographed for me. Upon listening to the CD, I was highly impressed that the sound that captivated us from the life performance was captured on the CD. The sound is very soulful, with definate influences from The Band and Van Morrison.

As for the CD, this is solid from cover to cover. There is not a single track on this disk that I don't like (which I can rarely say for ANY CD), and the disc keeps finding its way back into my CD player."