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Nobody Ever Leaves

Tracey McNeil

by Tracey McNeil

Feature Records for the week beginning Mon 7 Jul 2014

I love this album!! One of the best of 2014 thus far and a great example of an album being all killer - no filler and extremely strong songwriting!! Tracy is a Canadian singer/songwriter but has been living in Australia for about 8 years and performing regularly around Melbourne ever since. This album comes 3 years after Fire From Burning but there have been a few changes with the songwriting developing from being primarily alt-country influenced into having a more early 70's-L.A. Singer/Songwriter feel. It really comes out in the opening tune and first single Wildcats but also in City Lights and Luxury Liner. You can still hear a strong country influence in Swinging but the rest of the album has a stronger base in rock/pop. However, if you just love a great song, then you've got nine fine examples right here. An exceptionally beautiful album!!

by Crispi - The Breakfast Spread

This week's Top 10: 
TRACEY MCNEIL Nobody Ever Leaves
LOWER PLENTY Life/Thrills
RADICAL SON Human Behaviour
LEE FIELDS Emma Jean
THE HARLOCKS Wheels Keep Turning
THE GREEN MOHAIR SUITS The Aubergine EP
ERIC REED The Adventurous Monk
OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW Remedy
DAVID BLYTH Winter Song
EATEN BY DOGS Self Titled

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