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Album Review

Long-lived mainstream rock band Carbon Leaf offered few surprises on Nothing Rhymes with Woman. It's a set of dependably earnest tunes, ably paced by Barry Privett's confident and versatile vocals, projecting various shades of hope and regret without succumbing to breast-beating anthemic rock moves. That might be a nice way of saying that there's not much that stands out here musically or is worthy of singling out for uniqueness of vision. At least Carbon Leaf do what they do with high professionalism and integrity, and some variety, even if overall it's pretty average commercial guitar rock radio fare. But it's not a great sign when you have to struggle to pinpoint highlights or noteworthy features, though one of those is a return to the more Celtic slant on rock characteristic of their earlier albums on "Pink." The brooding, slightly swampy thump of "Another Man's Woman" is a welcome break into something a whole lot more sinister than their usual brand of roots rock with a warily uplifting outlook.

Customer Reviews

My Favorite Band

I got to give them 5 stars because the album is great!'s just that I have this one already. I'm been starving for some new music from this remarkable band, and while I appreciate ANYTHING from them, a re-release of an album just doesn't satisfy my craving for a "new" Carbon Leaf album!


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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