Album Review: Face by Nigel Clothier

Album Name: Face
Artist: Nigel Clothier
Year/Label: 2010 / Ryehabour Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Nigel Clohier’s new solo record is a folksy, intimate set with some neat songs.

You Come Here is a comforting, warm song with some nice chords. It’s got a sense of calm that really works.

It’s Alright is a becalmed song of the sort that he does really well. He recalls someone like Jules Shear here, a craftsman of music rather than someone with a lot of flash and no substance.

Cheerleader is a song with a funny lyric, speaking of love in sports metaphors.

Words Weave a Spell is a sad song, though it’s lovely with it. He’s really good at songs like these.

It’s a very nice album.

Track Listing
1. You Come Here
2. I’m Gone
3. Morgan’s Creek
4. It’s Alright
5. No Thanks
6. Born And Raised
7. Cheerleader
8. Eyes Grow Dim
9. Bed Of Rhythm
10. Half Full
11. Words Weave A Spell
12. Harvest Dance

[Nigel Clothier Official Site]

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