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Customer Reviews

In The Pocket

I've been following Jeff Tuohy and his music since his days at Emerson College in Boston. He's always been a terrific singer/musician with an old-school, rock-n-funk wail. But his songwriting's been growing steadily over the years and that's what's brought him into his own as an artist. You'll think you've heard him for years, even decades, when the first cut kicks in. He's born to this music and I think you'll agree--he rocks as well as he grooves. Sing it, Jeff!!!


I love your album! i read your status and yes im here! im Kim. i met you at alive @ five! idk how to send the pic of us to you like you wanted! ill find a way eventually! but you guys are so awsome and i hope i can see you again! i would love to watch you guys perform! you guys are AWSOME! :D

Great Album!

Jeff has a compelling lyrical gift, and a powerful talent for creating the sound that makes his lyrical expression the more engaging and gratifying. His songs say so much that needs to be said, and his music invites, even compels, me in. For me, Cocoon is a strong album throughout: well put together, varied, and flawlessly produced. The lyrics are always good—always reward the listening—and sometimes flat-out great. The songs I like most are the ones whose sound—or maybe I mean ‘musicality’— makes me want to listen, closely, to the lyrics. So, here is my take on some of the songs that do that best for me. #1: “Driving Her Away.” This is my favorite song, though the next two (tied for second) are very close. With this one, in particular, I feel richly rewarded by “close listening.” #2: “Palm Trees . . .,” and “Bourbon Street.” Both have a great sound; and in “Bourbon Street” I like what seems to me a kind of playfulness: Jeff brings a voice to this one I’d never have expected; and of course it is completely his own voice, even though I thought of Leon Redbone and Scott Joplin when I first heard it. #3: “Slow Down . . .” Musically, the opening and the close really work for me; and there’s an evocation of character that puts it with some of my favorite story-telling songs: “Eleanor Rigby,” for instance. #4: “Sit Tight.” The sound grabs and holds me . . . and, as with “Bourbon Street,” I like the playfulness. I wish I were more articulate about music than I am; I envy those who write well about it—almost as much as I envy those who write it well. I often feel I’m more or less reduced to saying things that amount to “I don’t know much, but I know what I like.” And I know I like Jeff Tuohy’s; I’d bet you will, too.

Cocoon, Jeff Tuohy
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Mar 13, 2009

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