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Rain or Shine


Paul Carrack is in the most creative form of his life. He knows that when you’re on a roll, you don’t take your foot off the gas. That’s why he’s unveiling another outstanding addition to his album catalogue barely a year after the last, and why he’s back on the road just a few months after the completion of his most successful tour to date.

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New Carrack CD- Sunday afternoon music 16 Aug. 2000
By Dave M - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The first thing one might notice about Paul Carrack's latest album is that he produced it himself. More often than not, self-produced albums do not represent an artist's best work.
Individually, the songs are vintage Carrack; blue-eyed soul with strong melodies and thoughtful lyrics. Collectively, they comprise an album of music for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Missing from this recording is the punchiness of his previous work. There are really no uptempo tracks.
Where Would I Be and Satisfy My Soul are the only obvious singles here. The Only One is a beautiful heartfelt ballad that Carrack sings quite low in his register with great effect.
Athletes do not train without coaches. Singer/songwriters shouldn't record albums without producers. Even the best ever (The Beatles) employed a producer (George Martin). And Carrack would do well with a producer telling him he needs to kick it up a few notches on some of the tracks. Otherwise, it all sounds like Sunday afternoon.
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Paul Carrack's new CD -- less than Satisfying? 17 July 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
'Satisfy My Soul' is Paul Carrack's first solo effort since the critically acclaimed 'Beautiful World' album in 1997. Although the album offers a generous repertoire of 11 new Carrack tunes, the outstanding songs (and there are several) are lost between a fair amount of generic Carrack filler. Missing from this album are any up-tempo numbers. None. Zip-o. Instead, 'Satisfy' displays a full set of mid-tempo to balld-esque tunes which leaves you wishing Carrack would explore other avenues to break-up the occasional monotony of the album. Squeeze fans should note that Chris Difford co-writes several tracks with Carrack on this CD. Still, all in all, Carrack fans will still find 'Satisfy' fairly satisfying.
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