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Caedmon's Call
Long Line of Leavers



Artist Info: Discography
Album length: 13 tracks: 55 minutes, 07 seconds
Street Date: October 10th, 2000


Well, it's an honor to be able to review yet another Caedmon's Call album... Right off the bat I'd like to say I thoroughly enjoyed this CD. It doesn't stray too far from their previous album, 40 Acres, and they still have that same lovable tone!

I really enjoyed "Ballad of San Francisco," with it being such a happy, sappy, funky, fun song. It makes me want to dance, sing, and clap (the whistling part was a plus). Other songs I liked includes "Valleys Fill First" which had really good guitar, bridge, and nice harmonizing. "Can't Lose You" contains a catchy guitar part. "Prepare Ye the Way" has great lyrics, simple but effective percussion, and wonderfule female BGVs (background vocals). "Love Is Different" is a beautiful song with a pretty banjo part. "What You Want" was a personal favorite that I felt to need to repeat after giving the CD a listen.

"Masquerade" had an interesting Christmas sound to it but I didn't enjoy it as much as the others. "Dance" was good but a bit monotonous as it drew to a close. All in all, I would give this disc a 3.5 to 4 star rating on the 5 star scale! Keep up the great work, guys!

- Review date: 9/25/00, written by Jenn Terry

 

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. Artist Info: Discography
. Record Label: Essential Records
. Album length: 13 tracks, 55 minutes and 07 seconds
. Street Date: October 10th, 2000
. Buy It: Amazon.com

  1. The Only One
  2. Love Is Different
  3. Prepare Ye the Way
  4. Prove Me Wrong
  5. Mistake Of My Life
  6. Masquerade
  7. What You Want
  8. Valleys Fill First
  9. Can't Lose You
  10. Love Alone
  11. Dance
  12. Piece of Glass
  13. Ballad of San Francisco

 

 

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