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Last of Seven

Pat Monahan Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (18 Sep 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 87,964 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Last Of Seven
2. Her Eyes
3. Two Ways To Say Goodbye
4. Someday
5. Cowboys And Indians
6. Ooh My My
7. Thinkin Bout You
8. Raise Your Hands
9. Always Midnight
10. Great Escape
11. Ripple In the Water
12. Girlfriend
13. Pirate On the Run
14. Shine

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievably Great 27 Mar 2009
Format:Audio CD
WOW is all I can say. I have been a train fan since the Drops Of Jupiter single and I love Pats voice but have thought that the last two Train albums were not as good as the first two.
So, I got this album with a little intrepidation and not expecting what I got.
Jesus, this man has a great voice. The songs are fantastically written and his voice goes from soft and breezy to belting it out with every ounce of his strength.
I have only listened to it three times so far but I guarantee it will not leave the car for ages. This is one of those albums you know you're going to love from the very first listen.
The songs range from the most amazing ballads i've heard in ages, through hints of country inspired rock to full on rock which oozes a feel taken from the 70's, at least vocally.

Not what I expected at all and, on the listens I have given it so far, I would even say i'm going to like it better than train.!!!! You know he's the voice of train but the solo stuff is so unique to him, you forget train.
Awesome album.!!!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Nice voice, but where are the songs? 25 May 2010
Format:Audio CD
Pat Monahan, lead singer of Train, demonstrates the same thing he did with that band: with a good song, he's great to listen to. But there are few worth that accolade on this thoroughly mediocre album. Everything is reasonably pleasant (bar the annoying "Ooh My My")but pretty unmemorable. The best tracks, like "Always Midnight", "Girlfriend" and "Pirates On The Run", good as they are, are reminiscent of Train. We know Pat can sing, but someone needs to give these folks lessons in quality control. Songs like "The Great Escape" and "Ripples In The Water" don't justify the effort Monahan puts into them. "A" for effort, but where are the songs?
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4.0 out of 5 stars last of seven 9 May 2010
By Smithy
Format:Audio CD
Good album bought after hearing him sing on tv program csi new york then discovered he's lead singer with Train.
similar in type to certain maroon 5 songs so well worth a listen.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars awesome, awesome job 28 Oct 2007
By Robert Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Pat Monahan is a brilliant singer, and brilliant lyricist. Whether you like him, or not, you have to admit the man has got one of the best voices out there. I love this cd, because for me personally, I love songs with strong meanings, being sung that way, and Pat does this stellarly on this cd. He as a solo artist doesnt get near enough attention, and his band train, doesnt get enough attention as a group either. I highly recommend that you go out and buy this cd, and Train cds to boot, because this is good old time music, with meaning, sung to perfection. Cathcy tunes, along with a wonderful vocal range, makes for a great cd.
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just What Music Needs! 19 Sep 2007
By Robert B. Frazer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
In the days of lost music, lost messages, and lost sound........Pat Monahan gives music what is has lacked for years....a solid voice, a soulful sound, and music with a positive message. In the likes of Darius Rucker, Edwin McCain who all have gone out to solo careers but still remained a main part of their bands, Pat does the same and does it well!

Great cd, make sure to BUY IT, support those great artists of our times and not those that have negative and derogatory tunes, but support the Pat Monahan and D Rucker's of the world as they give our kids and our generation something positive to listen to and they show they will only write and sing what type of tunes they love.

Roots Rock Baby! The CD starts off with the 30 second title track diddy, then breaks right into the first single "Her Eyes" which is a pumped up soulful collaboration. Then it breaks into "2 Ways..." which has an awesome catchy bridge that will surely have you singing after 1 listen. Then you get to "Someday" where you get Pat's amazing voice belting and the choir backing him, then right after the soulful sound you get "Cowboys & Indians" a song with an intersting background and comparison's of various societal groups compared to the old school Cowboys & Indians.

After the first 5 songs Pat breaks into a risky arrangement "Ohh My My" which will have you hyped and wondering exactly what the lyrics are tied to and looking for the behind the lyrics meanings. Next is "Thinkin Bout You" a wonderful showing of how Pat's voice can hit anywhere on the charts and sing to just about any tune. Then the high point of the mid-album point hits in "Raise Your Hands" a song that will surely get you hyped and will play over and over once you hear it once. Let it get through the intro and all the instruments hit and Pat gets into it with his all, not to mention the melodic background by the choir again. Great song! Then you get "Always Midnight" a classic showing of Pat's slower side and the higher pitched voice arrangement we have all come to love. Then back to a song that has a ton of meaning in regards to relationships and life experiences that you must go embark on and the happiness or an "Great Escape" that every life needs.

The album ends with an array of songs that put all styles to rest and get you ready for the replay. It starts with "Ripple in the Water" a great song about wanting to be more, but not needing all the material things. Just enjoy life and be special to someone special. "Girlfriend" is a slower song that explains the story of relationships in this time and age, the good and the bad and the choices we all face during the good's and bad's. The album hits it all-time high with "Pirate on the Run" a crazy sick duet with a bridge that will just send shivers down you for sure.

Then the end comes with "Shine" a slow beat that only Pat could really make into a great song and Pat once again showing you the array's he can put forth with his voice.

Overall a great album, listen once and you'll like it, listen 2-3 times and you'll fall in love with it. Great Job! Can't wait to hear the next one and really can't wait for the next Train album!

Go buy it today folks!
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the BEST albums I've ever owned!! 17 Oct 2007
By CrisTee - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have been a long time Train fan, and was incredibly excited to get this new solo album from Pat Monahan. I was (again) blown away by this incredible man. His voice is like no one else out there. In our new world of downloading music, this is one rare album worth going out and buying the actual CD. I have owned it for about 3 weeks, and must have listened to it 100 times already. There are so many singers out there that all sound the same and sing about the same things. Pat's music is so real, honest and these are songs anyone can relate to. We attended his concert last Sunday, and truly, he is even better live. If you have the chance to see him live, do yourself a big favor and GO!! I was blown away by the strength and energy in his vocal range. The experience was incredible. He even took the time to come out after the show and talk with the fans and sign some autographs. This guy is the real thing. Great talent, great stage presence, superior voice. Go buy this album TODAY! It is INCREDIBLE!!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally Quality Music! 1 Oct 2007
By Clock-A-Show - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is the cd you have been waiting for. Pat has a way to communicate with words like no other. He also has a voice that is crisp, clean and recognizable. Pat uniquely expresses things that are real and honest. Like everyday thoughts put to music. I would pick a few songs as my favorite, but they all deserve a place on the cd. Pat has proven that there is room in the music industry for him as a solo artist as well as part of a great band (Train). Buy one for yourself and one for someone who appreciates quality music.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love It! 28 Oct 2007
By Darlene Bathory - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I never had heard of this artist. I was shopping at a local Target browsing for music and saw his cd. It was the last left. I read it, looked it over and for some reason I said "what the heck". Listened to it the first time and fell in love. That has never happened to me with music. He is awesome.
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