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The sticker affixed to the initial pressings of Brandi Carlile's eponymous 2005 major-label debut trumpet that the singer/songwriter is an "artist to watch" by Rolling Stone, Interview, and Paste. Those accolades, combined with cover artwork that captures her at her cutest -- as if she were a cousin of Rachael Leigh Cook -- might make some listeners suspicious of Carlile, since the cumulative effect makes her seem like a pretty, prepackaged creation. One listen to her absolutely terrific debut immediately dispels these notions. From the moment "Follow" seeps out of the speakers, it's clear that Carlile isn't a prefabricated pop star. For starters, she's a powerful, captivating vocalist, clearly influenced by Jeff Buckley, but lacking the mannered theatrical histrionics that could occasionally creep into his work. She's quieter and intimate, slowly pulling listeners into her tales of love and loss. While her words and topics may not be bracing, her music is: it's rich, warm, and seductive, familiar in its form and sound, yet sounding fresh, even original, particularly in how her folky singer/songwriter foundation blends with her art-pop inclinations. Her music ebbs and flows with long, languid melodies, strummed acoustic guitars, and her surging vocals, creating an album that's ideal for introspective, late-night listening. Carlile is supported by guitarist Tim Hanseroth and his bassist twin brother Phil (they're billed as "The Twins" in the production credits for the album), and they're not mere support, they're collaborators, co-writing several songs (Tim writes "What Can I Say" on his own), and giving the album the graceful, liquid musicality that makes it such a rewarding, addictive listen. The best thing about Brandi Carlile is that it not only doesn't sound like a debut, it sounds like a record that exists out of time and place -- which means it's not only a superb debut, it's a hell of a record by any measure.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Follow
00:04:12

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Producer, Bass, Background Vocal - Robbie Adams, Engineer - JOHN GOODMANSON, Mixing Engineer - PHIL PETERSON, Strings - KIP BEELMAN, Engineer - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Jason Maybell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
What Can I Say
00:02:49

Brandi Carlile, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Phil Hanseroth, Producer - Robbie Adams, Recording Engineer - Martin Feveyear, Mixing Engineer - KIP BEELMAN, Engineer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Jason Maybell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Closer to You
00:02:51

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Bass, Background Vocal - JOHN GOODMANSON, Producer, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Mark Pickerell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Throw It All Away
00:03:28

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Steven Miller, Mixing Engineer - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist - Vlado Meller, Mastering Engineer - The Twins, Producer - Dwight A. Baker, Recording Engineer - John Fields and Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - John Fields and Steven Miller, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Happy
00:02:31

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Producer, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Producer, Bass, Background Vocal - Robbie Adams, Engineer - JOHN GOODMANSON, Mixing Engineer - KIP BEELMAN, Engineer - Glenn Slater, Keyboards - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Jason Maybell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Someday Never Comes
00:02:46

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Bass, Background Vocal - JOHN GOODMANSON, Producer, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - PHIL PETERSON, Strings - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Mark Pickerell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Fall Apart Again
00:03:37

Brandi Carlile, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Bass, Background Vocal - Brian MacLeod, Drums - Martin Feveyear, Mixing Engineer - JOHN GOODMANSON, Producer, Engineer - Michael Barber, Executive Producer

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
In My Own Eyes
00:03:29

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Producer, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Producer, Bass, Background Vocal - JOHN GOODMANSON, Mixing Engineer - KIP BEELMAN, Engineer - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Jason Maybell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Gone
00:03:03

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Bass, Background Vocal - Robbie Adams, Engineer - JOHN GOODMANSON, Mixing Engineer - KIP BEELMAN, Engineer - Glenn Slater, Keyboards - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Jason Maybell, Drums

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Tragedy
00:03:47

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Guitar, Recording Engineer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer, Vocal - Tim Hanseroth, Producer, Guitar, Background Vocal - Phil Hanseroth, Producer, Bass, Background Vocal - Michael Barber, Executive Producer - Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - Tim Hanseroth and Brandi Carlile, Recording Engineer

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
Sixty Years On Live
00:03:44

Brandi Carlile, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Bernie Taupin, Lyricist - Elton John, Composer - N/A, Producer - Alex Gardner, Engineer

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Tragedy Austin Cello Version
00:03:43

Brandi Carlile, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Steven Miller, Mixing Engineer - The Twins, Producer - Dwight A. Baker, Recording Engineer - John Fields and Brandi Carlile and The Twins, Producer - John Fields and Steven Miller, Mixing Engineer

(P) 2006 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

The sticker affixed to the initial pressings of Brandi Carlile's eponymous 2005 major-label debut trumpet that the singer/songwriter is an "artist to watch" by Rolling Stone, Interview, and Paste. Those accolades, combined with cover artwork that captures her at her cutest -- as if she were a cousin of Rachael Leigh Cook -- might make some listeners suspicious of Carlile, since the cumulative effect makes her seem like a pretty, prepackaged creation. One listen to her absolutely terrific debut immediately dispels these notions. From the moment "Follow" seeps out of the speakers, it's clear that Carlile isn't a prefabricated pop star. For starters, she's a powerful, captivating vocalist, clearly influenced by Jeff Buckley, but lacking the mannered theatrical histrionics that could occasionally creep into his work. She's quieter and intimate, slowly pulling listeners into her tales of love and loss. While her words and topics may not be bracing, her music is: it's rich, warm, and seductive, familiar in its form and sound, yet sounding fresh, even original, particularly in how her folky singer/songwriter foundation blends with her art-pop inclinations. Her music ebbs and flows with long, languid melodies, strummed acoustic guitars, and her surging vocals, creating an album that's ideal for introspective, late-night listening. Carlile is supported by guitarist Tim Hanseroth and his bassist twin brother Phil (they're billed as "The Twins" in the production credits for the album), and they're not mere support, they're collaborators, co-writing several songs (Tim writes "What Can I Say" on his own), and giving the album the graceful, liquid musicality that makes it such a rewarding, addictive listen. The best thing about Brandi Carlile is that it not only doesn't sound like a debut, it sounds like a record that exists out of time and place -- which means it's not only a superb debut, it's a hell of a record by any measure.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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