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Brendan Benson

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Because of Brendan Benson’s slightly melancholic deportment, he can never be dismissed as a purveyor of disposable music. And it’s little wonder that this 2002 album (his second) has earned classic status among smart fans of power pop and singer/songwriters (it’s equal parts Paul McCartney, Graham Nash, and Emitt Rhodes). Coproduced by fellow popster Jason Falkner (ex of Jellyfish and The Grays), this album presents songs such as “Tiny Spark” and “You’re Quiet”: feverish rides through boy-girl innocence. “Eventually” and “Just Like Me” journey straight into Benson’s self-doubting heart. It’s obvious why Jack White formed The Raconteurs with this guy.

Customer Reviews


can't believe more people haven't reviewed this album. one of my all time favorites. it's pretty durn goooood.


This is a great album, all the songs have heartwarming beats and profound lyrics!

brendan is the best!

i love brendan benson's music!!!! my favorites on this album are tiny spark, metarie, and jet lag


Born: November 14, 1970 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Alternative

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

A Michigan-born songwriter who occupies the rockier end of the power pop spectrum (more indebted to the Who than the Raspberries, that is), Brendan Benson debuted at the age of 26 with a sterling first album, 1996's One Mississippi. He continued working as a solo artist for the better part of a decade, releasing three albums of his own while occasionally appearing on other artists' records. However, Benson remained a minor part of the musical mainstream until 2005, when he began collaborating with...
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