Review : RYAN ADAMS - 29
CokeMachineGlowThere are two ways to see Ryan Adam’s 29. On paper, it looks awful: nine songs averaging about five and a half minutes apiece (only “Starlite Diner” is less than four), no Cardinals, more piano, and plenty of sad bastard lyrics, all leading up to the most subdued, depressive album of Adams’ career....full text
DotmusicYour heart sinks upon seeing the tracklisting: "Strawberry Wine", "Blue Sky Blues", "Carolina Rain", "Starlite Diner". Exactly the sort of tear in my beer / all shook down / tangled up in blue homilies that Ryan Adams can probably knock off between recording sessions and so frequently has. This, after all, is his third album of the year - recorded over 12 August days in 2004, and hot on the heels of "Jacksonville City Nights" and "Cold Roses"....full text
MusicOMH.comThe latest in his current quest to prove himself the most prolific songwriter of all time, 29 is the final part of this year's trilogy which started with May's Cold Roses and continued with September's Jacksonville City Nights. For 29, he's dumped The Cardinals and returned to the lovelorn solo troubadour that we know and love from the Heartbreaker and Love Is Hell days....full text
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