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Ari Hest - The Break-In

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2007
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Modern Singer Songwriter
Producer: Mitchell Froom
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I remember the first I heard Ari Hest and his debutalbum “Story After Story” back in 2003. I was completely stunned of his voice and the songs. And when he after that got signed to a major label (Sony) and released the “Someone To Tell” – album which is a fan-freekin’-tastic album he got into the hall of fame voices at “The Winberg Heart”. Now he is backwith “The Break-In” and what can you say more than – hallelujah… This man sits on a golden voice and his songwriting is solid as a rock. And the dry, clean production signed by Mitchell Froom doesn’t have much more to wish for either. So there is nothing else to do than to deliver four bright shining stars once again to the man with the golden voice. Just listen to “Leaving Her Alone” and you’ll understand why. This album doesn´t have the same himalaya-top as the classic "Theyre On To Me" - tune from the "Someone to tell"-album but on the other hand it is 10 great songs and NOT one single boring second. Who can deliver that? Not many in this genre...

Tracklisting 1. When And If
2. Bird Never Flies
3. Leaving Her Alone
4. So Slow
5. When To Quit
6. Right Of Way
7. The Break-In
8. Big Ben
9. Just As Well
10. I've Got You
11. Chasing Down A Miracle (Bonus Track)


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