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Album Review

Alex Nackman comes off as more of a pop/rock stylist than a distinctive songwriter on his third album, Sunrise Falls. The folk-rock arrangements, with their chiming electric guitar riffs and driving rhythms, give the songs an urgency that Nackman reinforces with his throaty, impassioned singing. And the songs are catchy, with strong hooks. But the lyrics, which tend to be de-emphasized, find the singer suffering the usual romantic difficulties of all pop music, expressed in words that fit the contours of the music but don't stand out as particularly meaningful, so that Sunrise Falls is the sort of album that sounds better if one doesn't listen all that carefully.

Customer Reviews

Take Notice Now

As a close friend of Alex, I was privileged to hear some of these songs as just bare bones in the comfort of Alex's apartment. I can't begin to say how far Alex and the songs have come. Alex's previous effort was heartfelt and warm, but this one shows immense musical growth. Alex has always been known as a smart lyricist, and these songs do not disappoint. Each of these songs is like a single. They're unique, and their melodies draw you into the lyrics. I really hope this is the serious jumping off point for Alex, because he works so hard, and has put his heart and soul into the making of this album. Buy the whole album, you'll be happy you did.

Prolific, well produced

"sunrise falls" is a terrific album overall. i can listen through 1-12. i guess my only issue is the topical sameness throughout much of the CD -- it's definitely a 'lost love' record, but alex nackman maybe spends too much time on that topic within the record. don't get me wrong, he attacks every song differently and even with lyrical poeticism, but the feelings tend not to vary as much as they could. nonetheless, i thoroughly like this album...definitely alex nackman's most mature release of his current 4.

Great young artist

By far going to be something big very soon. There was a tiny bit of 'sameness' in only a few of his songs, but nothing more than that. My favorite song is definitely stay where you are. It's up beat and fun to listen to. I think it's an amazing cd and i can't wait for the next.


Born: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

New York City-based singer/songwriter Alex Nackman self-released his debut album, Good Impressions, at the age of 20 in 2003 and began touring to support it, eventually opening for such acts as the Roots, Norah Jones, Buddy Guy, Glen Phillips, the Pat McGee Band, and Ari Hest. His concert work was chronicled on a live EP, Stages, released in 2004. His second full-length album, A Boy Who Thought He Knew, was released by Long Road Records in 2005. It was followed in 2006 by Sunrise Falls, an album...
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Sunrise Falls, Alex Nackman
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Nov 02, 2006

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