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Amazing Band

Brought new life to an already great album!

Album Review Is Incorrect

Note that the official album review the iTunes Store shows is for the original 2006 album. This album is a re-recording of that album, with Carbon Leaf bringing the improvements of add nine years of live performances of these songs. The band has stated that they did not agree with the producing decisions made on the original album - this is their attempt to rectify that. In my opinion, they have succeeded. The songs were good to begin with, but Reneaux adds new arrangements (sometimes surprising ones - horns on "A Girl and Her Horse"? It works, though), different emphasis on different sections of songs which change the complexion of the song completely. If you are longtime Carbon Leaf fan this album is worth purchasing to hear the band's preferred version of the songs, which definitely adds heart to the original version. If you are new to Carbon Leaf, this is a definitely the version of Love Loss Hope Repeat to buy since it gives a better view of the warmth and character of the band that is so evident in their live performances.

Mixed feelings

Overall, these new versions feel much smoother and more mellow. Under the Wire and A Girl and Her Horse IMO are the two strongest tracks of the original recordings – these new versions fall flat in comparison. I do like the new Learn to Fly a bit better because I thought the original was too polished. The new Comfort is WAY better. I don’t care for the new War Was in Color – feels like it tries too hard. I really like the new Bright Lights. The new International Airport has its merits, but I think I prefer the brighter production of the original. Block of Wood has new lyrics, and it feels a lot better here in this new version. The rest of the tracks I didn’t have strong feelings about one way or the other. So, mixed feelings. I totally love that they did it, and if you’re a fan, definitely get it for your Carbon Leaf playlist. But if you’re new to Carbon Leaf, get the original Under the Wire and Girl and Her Horse, for sure. And get this version of Comfort.


Formed: 1992 in Richmond, VA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Carbon Leaf's brand of rootsy, Celtic-influenced rock originated in the same Richmond, VA, scene that nurtured Dave Matthews Band, Agents of Good Roots, and Pat McGee Band. Guitarist Terry Clark, vocalist Barry Privett, bassist Jordan Medas, guitarist Carter Gravatt, and drummer Scott Milstead built up a considerable following and were soon releasing albums through their own label. Meander appeared in 1996, with Shadows in the Banquet Hall and Ether-Electrified Porch Music following in quick succession....
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