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  1. To Just Grow Away 3:17EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  2. Revelation Blues 3:43EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  3. Leading Me Now 3:25EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  4. 1904 3:59EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  5. Bright Lanterns 3:41EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  6. There's No Leaving Now 4:30EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  7. Wind and Walls 4:09EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  8. Little Brother 3:56EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
  9. Criminals 3:29EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 
10. On Every Page 4:50EUR 1,29  Acquista brano 

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21 di 21 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Higher production values, a little less energy 12 giugno 2012
Di StormJH1 - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
It's a common problem facing artists who gain underground popularity with a lo-fi sound that they might face the inevitable backlash of putting out a higher-quality production. Artists as diverse as Rusted Root, O.A.R., and David Gray have faced this problem of retaining the sound of their humble beginnings, while also continuing to evolve as an artist.

On "There's No Leaving Now", Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Mattson plays it safe, building a sort of bridge between his old formula of a man and his acoustic guitar and whatever the new sound will ultimately be. For the first time, there are hints of a drum track in the background, as well as track layering (where Matsson records one guitar part and then records a solo over it). The results are all at once jarring, disappointing, and beautiful.

Mattson drew a lot of Bob Dylan comparisons with 2008's "Shallow Grave" and 2010's "The Wild Hunt". Those entire albums were just Mattson and his guitar, recorded in poor quality in what sounded like a barn with a single run-through. For me and a lot of other Tallest Man fans, the lo-fi aspect was part of the music's charm, along with Mattson's unique voice and skilled guitar playing with open tuning.

On this album, there's a few tracks that sound like they could have been on the first two albums, but ultimately, there aren't enough of the high-energy acoustic guitar moments to warrant a 5-star review. My view may change over time, but I don't hear anything on this album quite up to par with "I Won't Be Found", "The Gardner", "The Wild Hunt", or "King of Spain". That's not to say that this isn't a very solid and beautifully performed album...I would just recommend that new fans of The Tallest Man on Earth check out his earlier 2 LP's before trying this one out.
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Another Beautiful Album 14 giugno 2012
Di J. Loudon - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Although he may look small compared to the 8 foot 3 inches tall Sultan Kosen, the current tallest man in the world, The Tallest Man on Earth is the artist name for Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson. Since the release of his debut self-titled EP in 2006, Matsson has released two EPs and three full-length records under the moniker. Known for his distinctive vocals that may remind listeners of a young Bob Dylan with a slightly harsher edge, The Tallest Man on Earth built his name touring with the likes of Bon Iver and Jon Vanderslice before his second album, 2010's "The Wild Hunt," began opening new doors for him.

"There's No Leaving Now," picks up right where "The Wild Hunt" left off with mostly acoustic guitar-driven performances that frequently involve complex finger-picking techniques. The fact Matsson is able to play such complex parts while singing only makes the listening experience that much more impressive.

Although the base instrumentation is typically the same as his previous releases, "There's No Leaving Now" often adds additional instruments into the backdrop of the music which sets this set of songs apart from previous singles like "The Wild Hunt" and "King of Spain." Opening with "To Just Grow Away," a keyboard can be heard in the distance adding just a touch of extra color to the mix. This layer may not even be noticeable to those unfamiliar with Matsson's previous efforts, but anyone who owns "Shallow Grave" or "The Wild Hunt" will recognize there's something new here.

Further along in the record, the instrumentation additions become more obvious. The slide guitar on "Bright Lanterns," for instance, turns a relatively simple acoustic track into one of the most beautiful songs on the album. Then, on the title track, Matsson trades in his acoustic for a piano which is an abrupt change of pace, but thanks to his ever-present distinctive vocals, it easily fits in with the other nine tracks despite the selection's central position on the album.

With a plethora of acoustically based singer-songwriters in the world, it is difficult for any of them to stand out among the pack. Kristian Matsson's voice may be a little hard to get used to at first, but it is also what makes him memorable. Like his previous releases, Matsson's vocals are still the focal point on "There's No Leaving Now," but the added layers behind it makes this release his greatest achievement to date.

Track Suggestion: "Wind and Walls"
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Fantastic Pastoral Folk 12 giugno 2012
Di T. A. Daniel - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Kristian Matsson's latest release under the Tallest Man on Earth moniker is another batch of emotionally-wrought, bare-bones songwriting. Like previous releases THE WILD HUNT or SHALLOW GRAVE, THERE'S NO LEAVING NOW will do nothing to stop people from comparing Matsson to a modern-day Bob Dylan; Matsson's raspy, sometimes nasally croon recalls a lot of Dylan's early work. The difference here is THERE'S NO LEAVING NOW sounds decidedly less angry and caustic; this album is a largely mellow, sparse, and great.

This album, largely composed of just vocals and guitar, has a lot of range. From upbeat rants ("Wind and Walls,") to soulful ballads ("There's No Leaving Now,") to midtempo tunes ("Leading Me Now"), Mattson covers a surprising amount of territory with his low-fi folk. It sounds as if the songwriter is more comfortable in the studio now more than ever before; these songs take their time and don't quite have the urgency that was apparent of SHALLOW GRAVE. This slight change seems as if Matsson is testing the waters before making any changes to his tried-and-true sound. Spread across 10 tracks, THERE'S NO LEAVING NOW will satisfy fans with its consistent quality. For listeners who were hoping for Matsson to cover new territory, this album will be a bit of a disappointment.

Fans of Bob Dylan, Neutral Milk Hotel, Sun Kil Moon, and Richard Ashcroft will find a lot to like in THERE'S NO LEAVING NOW. Listeners who didn't enjoy the first two albums probably won't be swayed by this collection of tracks. Standout highlights to sample are: the selftitled "There's No Leaving Now," "To Just Grow Away," and "1904." These songs give a pretty good representation of what to expect from the album.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Words of Wisdom from the Swedish Woods 30 giugno 2012
Di M. Buisman - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
For the past 5, 6 years Mr Mattson has impressed us with his albums. Albums that made your head shake in disbelief after finding out the man was from Sweden and not from the American woods. From the first, emotional debut `Shallow Grave' through the second and more open `The Wild Hunt' to his new album `There's No Leaving Now', The Tallest Man on Earth has steady been building a growing fanbase.
TNLN shows the artistic curve he has been on the last few years. This was already visible in his live shows. Where first it was just him on small stages with only acoustic guitars slowly electric guitars creeped in and now even a band joins him once in a while on stage. The sound on TNLN is therefore more varied. More electric guitar, some piano and percussion. Underneath is still his massive talent. Cryptic lyrics of wisdom from the woods of Sweden.
Playing folk songs on just an acoustic guitar can seem limiting but the songwriting has evolved. But being more refined does not mean that this album is full of songs that will become crowd favorites. It lacks a `Gardener', `King of Spain' of `Love is All'. This doesn't at all mean The Tallest Man on Earth is on a downward spiral, the album is too good for that but it isn't the defining work of one of the most talented songwriters around.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Great album- perfect for Tallest Man on Earth novices 22 novembre 2013
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Vinile Acquisto verificato
I have loved Kristian Matsson for many years. While this album doesn't live up to his previous effort, The Wild Hunt, that may be an unfair comparison as not much does. This album felt a bit meandering and incoherent but every song stands on its own as a worthy effort and entry into the new indie-folk songbook.

The mournfulness of Revelation Blues and my personal favorite Little Brother, the joyfulness of To Just Grow Away and Criminals and the plaintive pleading of the eponymous There's No Leaving Now and the capstone of On Every Page, this album is a great addition to the sterling catalog of an amazing musician and songwriter. This is a great place to start those not versed in The Tallest Man on Earth.

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