Johnathan Rice - Further North FLAC album
Title: Further North
Style: Alternative Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Indie Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1243 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1975 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1148 mb
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Johnathan Rice (born May 27, 1983) is a Scottish-American singer-songwriter. He frequently collaborates with Jenny Lewis. His first album, Trouble is Real, was released on Reprise Records on April 26, 2005. His follow-up, Further North, was released by Reprise on September 11, 2007. He has also worked as a producer on Jenny Lewis' Acid Tongue (2008) and Voyager (2014), and as a songwriter on the self-titled record by Nashville band The Apache Relay.
Further North Lyrics. Well, we all wanna see a great empire Cut down in its prime See its fruit die on the vine In prime time color time. And there are millions in this world That mercy will not touch But they don't mind that much 'Cause that's the way life's always been.
More albums from Johnathan Rice: Good Graces by Johnathan Rice. Trouble Is Real by Johnathan Rice. View all albums . Further North. 3. End Of The Affair. 4. The Middle Of The Road.
Album · 2007 · 11 Songs. Further North Johnathan Rice.
Artists Johnathan Rice Further North. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 108/158 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Further North.
For one, Rice has never recorded for anything remotely resembling an indie label, signing to Reprise when he was just out of his teens, but more to the point, calling this trembling singer/songwriter a king overstates his stature greatly. Jenny Lewis may indeed rule Silver Lake in 2007, but Johnathan Rice is no king; he's her boy prince, living in her shadow as a singer and a songwriter and seeming every one of the seven years her junior.
Second album finds the New York-based singer getting a good amount of songwriting help from Rilo Kiley's Jenny Lewis, but this album's improvement relative to his debut has more to do with Rice's new approach to vocals.
On his debut record, 2005's Trouble Is Real, Johnathan Rice came across as something of a delightful enigma. Ultimately, however, for all its songcraft and spirit, the album strained at times under the weight of its ambition; the ill-advised arrangements which guided several of the record's cuts made such tracks sound busy and forced.
Further North Album Cover Art. Johnathan Rice.
|A1||We're All Stuck Out In The Desert|
|A3||End Of The Affair|
|A4||The Middle Of The Road|
|B1||It Couldn't Be Me|
|B2||Giving It Up|
|B3||The Ballad Of King Coyote|
|B4||What Am I Going To Do?|
|B5||Hard To Believe|
|B6||It Is Best To Keep It All Inside|
|172540-1||Johnathan Rice||Further North (LP, Album)||Reprise Records||172540-1||US||2007|
|172540-2||Johnathan Rice||Further North (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||172540-2||US||2007|