Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Album of the day: Hayden - The Place Where We Lived

Dave Morris review: http://www.eyeweekly.com/music/ondisc/article/61546

Review: http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/review+Hayden+Place+Where+Lived/1632671/story.html

"Indeed, on much of the record, Hayden almost sounds like Tom Petty singing with his Travelling Wilburys, a radical departure for a musician known as a hermit recording artist."

Review: http://www.panicmanual.com/2009/06/04/quick-review-hayden-the-place-where-we-lived-2009-hardwood-records/

"I guess the banjo infused “Let’s Break Up” is a nice little tune that could be a soundtrack to some CBC small town drama show that will get cancelled in about 4 months."


Download and listen: Hayden - Let's break-up

BTW, last year's Hayden release "In Field and Town" is really worth listening to as a Hayden fan... a departure from traditional Hayden... but not too much! The Place Where We Lived isn't as country/folk as advertised... but the Cuff the Duke backing band music is a delight and definitely comes through.

No tour dates announced (for NXNE or otherwise) for Hayden or Cuff the Duke.

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