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Vanessa Carlton — Liberman [2 LP Deluxe Edition] (October 23rd, 2015)

Vanessa Carlton — Liberman [2 LP Deluxe Edition] (October 23rd, 2015) Vanessa Carlton — Liberman [2 LP Deluxe Edition] (October 23rd, 2015)
•—  8x nominovaná v Billboard Music Awards, Teen Chice Awards, American Music Awards a Grammy Awards. Hlavním lákadlem pro toto album je její hlas. Všechnu hudbu si napsala sama, s texty si poradila sama také sama kromě třech písní. •—  Cinematic pop singer/songwriter and pianist from Pennsylvania who first broke out in 2002 with the hit single “A Thousand Miles.”Birth name: Vanessa Lee Carlton
Born: August 16, 1980, Milford, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Location: Nashville, TN ~~  NYC
Album release: October 23rd, 2015
Recorded: Real World Studios, Playground Sound
Record Label: Dine Alone
Duration:     35:22 + 26:11 => 61:33
Tracks:
LP 1
01. Take It Easy     5:32
02. Willows     2:54
03. House of Seven Words     3:44
04. Operator     3:16
05. Blue Pool     3:16
06. Nothing Where Something Used To Be     4:01
07. Matter of Time     3:17
08. Unlock the Lock     3:11
09. River     3:34
10. Ascension     2:37
LP 2 — Live Living Room Session
01 Blue Pool     2:42
02 River     2:50
03 Take It Easy     4:29
04 Willows     2:52
05 House of the Seven Words — Original Demo     3:00
06 Operator     3:15
07 Unlock the Lock     3:11
08 Nothing Where Something Used To Be     3:52
Writers:
•—  Vanessa Carlton     1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9
•—  Carlton Stephen John Osborne     3
•—  Carlton John J. McCauley III     4, 10Background and writing:
•—  Following the 2011 release Rabbits on the Run, Carlton took time off to get married, start a family and write another album. She tells CBS News that these changes in her life are reflected in Liberman’s songs and that she “wanted the whole album to feel like an escape type of album, where you put it on and you feel like you’re in this dreamy state.” Review
By Matthew Schnipper; October 21, 2015;  Score: 7.8
•—  Let’s get “A Thousand Miles” out of the way. Fourteen years ago, Vanessa Carlton made a very popular song that will follow her around forever. Fair enough; it’s very catchy. But times have changed. Can’t Vanessa? She recently told CBS News that she “learned a lot” since her debut album, “which is mostly that you don’t know anything.” That’s as good a place as any to reset, which she does with the refreshingly raw Liberman.
•—  Like the bulk of her recordings, it’s still comprised of her honeysuckle voice and piano licks, but Liberman (so named after Carlton’s grandfather, one of whose paintings of nudes hangs in her home and served, she says, as a sort of inspiration) either lets those components stand alone or accentuates them with mild indulgences, like blunted brass or hand claps. The bare songwriting is not something you would identify as avant–garde, but Carlton’s inclinations are a lot weirder than they used to be. Take the album cover, which with its thick white border and bold black type resembles a Gentlewoman magazine cover. This isn’t quite an album of Swiss design–inspired art jams, but maybe it’s her version. The single “Operator” has Carlton using the huskiness of her voice to sound threatening in a way that makes you wonder what a truly severe Vanessa Carlton album might sound like.
•—  Still, Liberman is excellent on its own. Carlton’s voice is the key attraction on songs that register between low–key pop, rock, and folk. Early single “Blue Pool”, for example, touches on each in a way that feels refreshingly old school, as though pop radio these days was comprised of Fleetwood Mac and the Mamas and the Papas. The song’s latter third is given over entirely to arpeggiating keyboard runs in a way you don’t notice at first, because it’s so atmospheric and catchy. But it’s also odd — is this a sketch of a song? An extended outro? What is it doing here?
•—  The album is pockmarked with quirky decisions like this and it’s better for it. Were Liberman the creation of a heretofore–unknown artist, it’s difficult to imagine an album of such earnestness generating the kind of pre–release interest that would deem it worthy of CBS News. But that’s the pickle of early success. The flipside is that it’s also harder to imagine fans of punkier singer–songwriters like Angel Olsen or Tobias Jesso Jr. embracing her. She should share a stage with Perfume Genius. They both have beautiful voices and something to say. •—  http://pitchfork.com/
Website: http://www.vanessacarlton.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/VanessaCarlton
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanessacarlton
Discography:
•—  Be Not Nobody (2002)
•—  Harmonium (2004)
•—  Heroes & Thieves (2007)
•—  Rabbits on the Run (2011)
•—  Liberman (2015)
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Vanessa Carlton — Liberman [2 LP Deluxe Edition] (October 23rd, 2015)

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