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Catch the Wind: Songs of a Generation is a quite peculiar follow-up to Damien Leith's proper debut album, 2007's Where We Land, and unfortunately it goes a long way towards erasing the praise he received for that album, one of the better debuts by a winner of a television singing contest. Leith — who was born in 1976 — sings as if he has no personal connection to the songs, and given most of the songs here, that's not a surprise. The portentous subtitle leads one to expect a set of generational anthems, but aside from a pair of protest tunes each by Bob Dylan and Donovan (all of them delivered in a heavy-handed, subtlety-free fashion), the 18-track set is far more heavily tilted in favor of soft rock singer/songwriter types like Cat Stevens, Bread, John Denver, Peter Frampton, and Jim Croce. [The CD was also released with a bonus track.]

Customer Reviews


This is a terrible album I DL "times are changing" thought it was the original !!!
This is a pathetic rip off of every good song I know, this album should be ashamed of itself


Born: 18 January 1976 in County Kildare, Ireland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Damien Leith was one of the myriad young singers launched to success via the international television phenomenon Pop Idol. Born January 18, 1976, in County Kildare, Ireland, Leith spent his childhood in locales as far-flung as Libya and Botswana, thanks to his father's work as an engineer. As a teen he and his siblings formed the band Leaf, later recording in New York City under the name Releaf. After marrying an Australian native, Leith relocated down under and fronted the band Revelate, which enjoyed...
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