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Join With Us

The Feeling

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Album Review

When the Feeling first appeared in 2006 with Twelve Stops and Home, they were pop/rock architects wielding the proper tools (harmony vocals, organs, and tight songcraft) to build a fine shrine to ELO and Supertramp. Two years later, Join with Us shows the five bandmates mixing strong power pop songs with a scoop of melodrama and the occasional pinch of musical absurdity. For starters, there's a show-stopping sax solo in the middle of "Won't Go Away," an embellishment that turns the song into something from a 1980s movie soundtrack (think Rob Lowe blowing his horn during St. Elmo's Fire, minus the dangly earring). Elsewhere, the surplus of theatrical soft pop (no matter how well-crafted) doesn't pack the same appeal as the energetic numbers that dominated the band's debut. Thankfully, several standout tracks still pepper this set list, and "I Thought It Was Over" nimbly opens the album with disco beats, twinkling piano arpeggios, harmonized guitar leads, and one of the band's best bridges to date. Later, the lively mood continues with the bouncy title track (featuring a call-and-answer chorus sung mostly in falsetto) and "Turn It Up," a Queen-sized romp that is unabashedly grandiose and, as a result, all the more appealing. [This edition released in Japan includes bonus tracks.]

Customer Reviews

Well Done The Feeling

A great sequel to Twelve Stops And Home. More infectious hits and very catchy. I recommend this album to everyone who loved the first album and everyone else really! Hopefully it'll be number one as it deserves it. The Feeling really do have talent and the I Thought It Was Over video is great as an acoustic version too. All in all I highly recommend this album and I hope reading my review has helped you decide whether or not to buy this album and I hope your answer's a yes!

A delightful musical party!

Which song do you like already? To be honest if you like the single – I Thought it Was Over – then you should really buy this album as this introductory track does the perfect job of party greeter. It says ‘Welcome to one of the greatest musical collections dear purchaser’, yet whilst saying this you will notice it is hiding something much more special, and that is the fun which is evident The Feeling had in writing, performing and recording all of the tracks which follow it. I am limited by words here to describe the party in full, but once entering the room and looking around you will see a handsome guy by a window. With a distant look of home in his eye, this guy is ‘Without You’ and he will gently tell you about the weather here and in London and leave you wondering about your own distant loved ones. Your attention will then be drawn to the party in the middle of the room with a large gathering chanting the anthem of Join With Us, beer and wine flowing as the song reaches a crescendo of air guitar melodies and set pieces. Watching on from a corner of the room and behind a piano is the wistful character of Spare Me, who coerces a nearby Queen cover band into producing a building triumph of lost love protest. Once finished the dance floor is cleared whilst Turn It Up comes into the mix with its Elton inspired melodies and chanting harmonies – everyone loves a good old rock n roll boogie! Then comes the calm down and the samba like groove of I Did It For Everyone drifts over the party at first and then evolves into a louder track which draws you in with a pounding chorus and then returns you to mellow town with its soft lyrical inner heart. The party is really going well now and Won’t Go Away has arrived to stay with its memorable chorus and energetic ‘just get up and dance about clicking your fingers’ beat – even the people upstairs doing their ironing are now jigging about with this classic in the making. However now the guy from the window has grabbed the mike now and belts out a song called Loneliness with a hint of frustration but a crowd pleasing sway develops and continues through a lighter in the air moment of Conor. Returning for full on 50’s swing of Don’t Make Me Sad and its pub chanting piano room filling recollections of past happiness. Bringing the party to a close is one hell of a climax in the form of The Greatest Show On Earth which includes harmony, experiment and dancing electric guitar being driven to a drum driven and live performance close as we slowly depart from the house and watch it fade into the distance. Thanks for the party The Feeling guys, I knew you could deliver one of the best around! Oh, and for those wanting more this comes in the folk melody and slap drumming of We Can Dance, maybe this is the track you hum to on your ipod whilst walking home.

Fantastic - Even better than Twelve Stops and Home

This album is absolutely brilliant. It follows a similar formula to The Feeling's previous album but they have varied it a bit more. Going on the success of 'rose' the piano is more prominent in this album.May I reccomend Join With Us and Turn It Up as the two best songs on the album. I would say the latter of these is the best ever song from The Feeling. Top stuff.

Biography

Formed: London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Drawing heavily from the rich harmonies and melodies of '70s soft rock, British quintet the Feeling includes vocalist/guitarist Dan Gillespie-Sells (previously of Scottish pop/rock act Speedway), bassist Richard Jones, guitarist Kevin Jeremiah, keyboardist Ciaran Jeremiah, and drummer Paul Stewart. Former students of the Brit School of Performing Arts in Croydon, the quintet initially performed as Super Fly, a resident cover band playing at La Tania Ski Resort in the French Alps. The bandmembers...
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