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Album Review

If you're not familiar with folksinger Garnet Rogers — and if you live in the U.S., you probably aren't — this is a good way to get introduced. Containing ten of the best tracks from the many albums he has released in his native Canada, All That Is shows Rogers to be blessed with a powerful baritone and a vocal style that's redolent of labelmate Greg Brown, who wrote the liner notes for the CD. Rogers' lyrics, though, are probably the best — and occasionally worst — thing about him. Never obscure or pretentious, he writes very simply and straight from the heart. As a result, perhaps, Rogers sometimes lapses into platitudes about love and nature; this sort of writing ain't easy. But when Rogers' approach works, it really works. See, for example, "Frankie & Johnny," one of the album's two live tracks. A song about brothers, one of whom dies and one of whom learns an important lesson, it rings so true you suspect that Rogers is really Frankie — and wonder how he could have made the story seem so real and personal if he's not. In fact, there are strong parallels between this tale and that of Garnet and his real-life brother, the late folksinger Stan Rogers. Be that as it may, it's a track that will likely move you, and it's not the only one here that should.

Customer Reviews

Summer Lightning

I am slowly exploring this album, but were I to rate it on Summer Lightning alone, I would say it is haunting and beautiful, exciting in a first love sort of way and deeply thoughtful (as only a baritone can be). It kind of makes you wonder... why don't I hold people's hands more? Or hug someone more? It has that sort of hopeful vibe. Rogers has captured something here.

Rogers is great!

A wonderful CD. His deep voice is unique. The songs are thoughtful and beautiful. Highly recommended if you like Celtic or folk. I'd buy more if iTunes had them.


I just was unexpectedly introduced to Garnett Rogers when I stopped by a local coffee shop and got to see the end of a consert he was having there. Seeing him do "Night Drive" in front of a live audience was amazing, it is all done in real time, with an electric guitar and what he called a "echo delay pedal." While this album cannot compare to seeing him live, it is still a good collection of what he has to offer. I just wish that all his other albums were avilable here as well.


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Best known as the brother of Canadian folk singer Stan Rogers, Garnet Rogers has enjoyed a substantial musical career of his own. He began experimenting with various musical instruments at the age of five, starting off with the guitar and graduating to the fiddle and flute. In the early 1970s, he and his brother joined Cedar Lake, but only lasted a year; together with that band's bassist, the two brothers broke away to form a trio. Involvement with two documentaries for the Canadian Broadcasting...
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