Mr. Scott Considine

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (34 of 39)
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Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,497,063 - Total Helpful Votes: 34 of 39
Glory Hope Mountain ~ The Acorn
Glory Hope Mountain ~ The Acorn
I was sent this album to listen to last week and I must admit it has been a genuine surprise.

There is a warmth and resonance to the vocals - which I find to be very similar to those of Rufus Wainwright (in his quieter moments) - which keep me engaged.

Following around five, six complete listens, I can say that Im not too intimate with the context of the lyrics and can only hope that the songs are not about really dark subject matters... otherwise I will feel guilty for luxuriating in the sound and timbre of the piece as a whole.

I would recommend this to people that enjoy Bon Iver, early Iron and Wine, Smog, Elliott Smith (sic) and maybe Bonnie Prince… Read more
Veneer ~ José González
Veneer ~ José González
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars hushed cool, 2 Feb 2006
The air is still around me and I need to take my mind off everything that is happening. Work was bad, the traffic home was terrible, people in the street continually banging in to me, my answerphone is full of marketing nonsense and my mail is all junk. Theres nothing on the tv and no one emailed (apart from the usual offers that I always recieve....). I take a bath, dim the lights, light a few candles, put on my favourite t-shirt and stick this into the cd player. I close my eyes. All is cool, the relaxing voice, the excellently played guitar. Jose is with me in the room, assisting my relaxation. This album gives a warm glow, a comfort blanket for when you dont want to smash things up and… Read more
George Best Plus ~ The Wedding Present
George Best Plus ~ The Wedding Present
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This album fizzes along with joy unabounded. Sure there are tears, there is snot left of the sleeve of a favourite jumper. But this album contains the joie de vivre equal to the happiness gained from your first real kiss, sitting in the bus stop after walking your partner toi catch their ride home.
Redolently teenage, embarrassing at times but played with such vigour that it doesnt matter.
A delight and along with Bizarro, one of the few albums I can keep coming back to enjoy.