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an hour with carl

omg carl you have outdone yourself i met you a few months a go and everytime i hear never give up i remember the day perfectly

Better than "The Rise"

Carl I found the big band treatment in The Rise a bit overpowering. The laid back nightclub feel of this album seems more suited to your smooth voice. You're hot. Jack

could have been 5 stars

Carl has brought jazz down one notch and pop up one notch with this serene, romantic and intimate album. You can taste the quiet atmosphere of the melbourne night lights with the Stillest Hour, Tenderly and Don't let Me Be Lonely Tonight. You can feel his heartbeat with Come Away With Me and Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight. The jewel of the crown is of course the ultra romantic Arms of a Woman. This album could have got 5 stars but for the song choice of the done to death standards of My Funny Valentine and When I Fall In Love, but even then Carl has done them justice. His rendition is as usual straight down the line but that's one of the reasons we like him. One doesn't need embellishment when one has depth and confidence. The recording is intimate - you feel like you can feel his breath in the Stillest Hour. He sounds more natural than Michael Buble.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Carl Riseley is a jazz-pop singer who rose to fame as a finalist on the television show Australian Idol in 2007 before mounting a major-label solo career with The Rise a year later. Born on December 21, 1982, in Sydney, he was a trumpeter in the Royal Australian Navy Band and spent time in Iraq before successfully auditioning for Australian Idol. During the fifth season of the show, he progressed all the way to the final three, along the way performing Michael Bublé's "Home," the Everly Brothers'...
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