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Ari Hest - Someone To Tell

4.00
Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2004
Label: Columbia Records
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: David Rolfe
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I came across this man and his music when I found his last album "Come Home" at
Awarestore last year. It was a self financed album but you heard his huge talent a long way. Over the past half decade, Aris been building his fan-base through a savvy combination of old-school essentials: hook-filled, classically structured pop-rock songs, charismatic presence, natural talent, musical chops and determination, and a blue-collar work ethic that has kept him touring the country constantly for the past three years. On his major label debut you have a few tracks from this album, but much more produced and I can make it clear from the start... THIS CD IS A MUST. At least if you like me love acoustic well produced modernsinger songwriters. Ari Hest plays in the highest league of artists.
Phew... The opener "Theyre On To Me" is a marvellous opener and sets the status and tone of the album. And that is followed but the same sort of self-confidence on
the whole album from a man that got a voice from heaven. Buy this album
right away folks if you love this new scene with modern troubadours. I guarantee
you will love this album as much as I do. Listen to fifth out "Holding On"... If
it doesnt grab you - youre probably deaf. Almost 4.5 in the grading.

Tracklisting 1. They're On To Me
2. A Fond Farewell
3. Aberdeen
4. Anne Marie
5. Holding On
6. Strangers Again
7. Fascinate You
8. Consistency
9. Monsters
10. Not For Long
11. When Everything Seems Wrong
12. Someone To Tell


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