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Album Review

As is so often the case with American artists whose appeal isn't exactly straight down the middle, Caitlin Rose was initially more successful overseas than in her homeland. But it's not as tragic a tale as it might sound, since "initially" refers only to the period of time during which her entire output consisted of her debut EP, Dead Flowers. The arrival of the young singer/songwriter's first full-length release, Own Side Now, represents a chance for Rose's sound to find wider acceptance stateside. Don't be misled by the stylish image on the front cover, which might lead you to conclude that Rose is some sort of Zooey Deschanel-esque ingénue peddling overly precious goods; the Nashville native needs no M. Ward to fill in the artistic gaps for her. Rose's own songwriting gifts are on ample display throughout Own Side Now, with lyrics that show a knack for poetic turns and artful understatement in equal measure — a combination too seldom found in young songwriters' work — and humble but hummable melodies that make the most of her grounding in both alt-country and pop. Interestingly, while most of the album mines a gently twangy Americana feel, one of the most overtly country-ish moments comes with a cover of the Stevie Nicks-penned Fleetwood Mac track "That's Alright." As it turns out, Rose's lissome croon carries the tune with more élan than the original version, so maybe she's got something to say to the classic-rock crowd too. ~ J. Allen, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Brilliant Album

saw this girl last year and was blown away by her voice and her stories and spunky personality, then she was solo and raw but the songs were still touching and beautiful.
ive been really impressed with this album.. its really lush without being too sweet,the production is subtle and it lets the songs and voice really fly.
its all seem so effortless -the lyrics are just so brilliantly delivered- every listen gives up a new fantastic line to impress,love it, love it, love it

Musical Delight

This debut from Caitlin Rose is simply stunning! Each song has a unique sound and story carrying you through this musical delight.. It's so rare to find an album which keeps you hooked from start to finish. Highlights are 'Own Side', 'Things Change' and 'Sinful Wishing Well'.

Buy this album, you will not be disappointed!! This Nashville starlet will capture your heart and for sure is one to watch for the future.

Own Side Now

Brilliant album, been awaiting this new offering since I bought her debut EP Dead Roses earlier this year and played it to death. Country but not as you know it, can't wait to see her in concert.


Born: New Jersey

Genre: Alternative

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Caitlin Rose's inspirations, from Gram Parsons to Bonnie Raitt to Linda Ronstadt, belied her late-‘80s birth. The offbeat Nashville, Tennessee-based singer/songwriter and guitarist debuted in February 2008 on the Theory 8 label with the Dead Flowers EP, its title track a Rolling Stones cover with a pleading touch, laced with pedal steel guitar. Five months later, the limited Gorilla Man, pressed on 300 copies of 7” vinyl, featured re-recordings. Her debut album, Own Side Now, followed in August 2010....
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