MP3 Geoff Baker - Know the Rain Here
Komplettes MP3 Album von Geoff Baker
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Smart, bittersweet lyrics and catchy tunes that have been compared to those of Nick Drake, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Bob Dylan, Mary Gauthier, Gary Jules, Jay Farrar (Son Volt) and Mark Eitzel
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"On his breakthrough release, 'Patriot Acts,' New Jersey singer-songwriter Geoff Baker brought a razor-sharp wit and good-natured humor as well as a touching empathy to the folk protest song arena, elevating his songs above the standard rhetoric. These qualities permeate Geoff's latest collection of songs, 'Know the Rain Here,' which applies this same flawless songwriting to a wide range of areas of the human experience."
--review of Jan. 19, 2005, show in Bloomington, IN, at https://www.tradebit.com
"a rare combination of effortless fingerpicking, mesmerizing vocals, deep lyrics and beautiful melodies"
"particularly impressive for its ability to capture his live energy and elaborate on it with delicately balanced and expansive orchestrations"
"nothing short of unforgettable"
--Jeff Lisciandrello, Upstage Magazine (NJ)
Geoff was born in Inglewood, California, borrowed a guitar at the age of 14 and never gave it back. "Know the Rain Here," his first full-length album, has been likened to the work of Jeff Tweedy (Wilco, Uncle Tupelo), Nick Drake and Gary Jules, while Geoff's energetic, emotional live performances, sometimes lasting 4 hours, have drawn comparisons to Bruce Springsteen and Jeff Buckley. Once again based in Los Angeles, Geoff plays regularly in NYC, L.A., New Jersey, and Europe.
Eric Kvortek and Geoff produced, engineered and mixed at The Gasworks recording studio and in various basements in Colonia, New Brunswick, and Highland Park, New Jersey.
Alan Douches mastered at West West Side Music in Tenafly, New Jersey.
Geoff played guitars, bass, piano, harmonica, and drums, programmed drum and noise loops, and sang.
Jeff Russ played cello on "Six-string Whispers."
Molly Burke sang on "Dublin 1."