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Can You Still Feel

Jason Falkner

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Album Review

Jason Falkner's second album is another set of pop gems given his own wildly inventive production support — besides playing each of the instruments heard (except for a few strings and reeds), Falkner also co-produced the record with Nigel Godrich. Sweeping pop epics like "Author Unknown" and "Holiday" are quite solid — even while sounding quite similar to songs from the debut album — but the highlight proves to be the bitter-toned downtempo number "I Already Know," which reveals a bridge complete with a heart-wrenching jagged guitar line. There's a (barely) perceptible drop in the songwriting quality from his practically flawless debut, but Can You Still Feel? is overall a worthy follow-up.

Biography

Born: 1968 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

A onetime member of the West Coast neo-psychedelic bands the Three O'Clock and Jellyfish, Jason Falkner went out on his own by 1996, playing jagged power pop with impeccable arrangements, a clue to both his classically trained childhood and additional time spent working on the first LP by another classical popster, Eric Matthews. Born in Los Angeles in 1968, Falkner grew up listening to West Coast pop bands like Love and Crosby, Stills & Nash but later began taking piano lessons in preparation...
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