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Anytime Tomorrow CD

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  • Audio CD (16 July 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Glitterhouse
  • ASIN: B00004NKTY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 178,585 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Willow Jane
  2. Fell on hard times
  3. Luckystars
  4. Sweetvine
  5. Oceanview
  6. No one above you
  7. Eddy & Diamonds
  8. Just getting by
  9. Camarillo
  10. Time down the wind
  11. Raining straight down
  12. Too much to ask

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Neal Casal - Anytime Tomorrow

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Neal Casal is a bewilderingly prolific singer-songwriter--Anytime Tomorrowis his seventh album in just over five years--from the hitherto little-recognised country hotbed of New Jersey. He has turned his back on a local musical heritage that includes Sinatra and Springsteen, and instead embraced the alt. country lineage of states further to the south: Casal's spiritual cousins are all of the country variety, and include Uncle Tupelo, the Jayhawks, Nadine and the Old 97s. Naturally, this is no bad thing, and neither is Anytime Tomorrow. Though Casal's voice and the arrangements often err on the side of the prosaic and generic, it is not without its charms, leaving the listener caught between thinking they've heard it all before and wanting to hear it again. --Andrew Mueller

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I had the great pleasure of seeing Neal Casal play his heart out in front of fifty or so hardy souls in Winchester earlier this year. This CD has fast become indispensable to me. Put it on and you're right there, cruising through Americana with the roof down and happy! Should, if there was any justice, have folk running to explore his back catalogue...sadly it probably won't. Buy it and remind yourself what a real musician sounds like.
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I only owned Basement Dreams by Neal Casal until recently, when I went on a bit of a spree after seeing him live in Nottingham (excellent).
Anytime Tomorrow did not disappoint, with its instantly catchy, uplifting and just plain rollicking opening numbers, followed by three bona fide masterpieces in Eddy & Diamonds (dark, bitter and heavy), Oceanview (a soaring arrangement, unlike anything he's done before) and Camarillo (just plain addictive uber-country rock).
Inbetween are some lovely little numbers that will become more memorable in time, and about two that i skip; but this is purely a relative measure.
Casal is irritating to some because he seems so generic, but if you want someone who seems to sweat melody, has a pen for an affecting turn of phrase (see: Everything about you is ten feet tall) and just seems to live for music, then look no further.
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VG with 5 big gold stars. If you like this, then try Neal's earlier Fade Away Diamond Time album, which is even better...
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Neal Casal's sixth (or seventh, debatably) album marks a distinct change of pace from much of his recent material - While "Basement Dreams" was acoustic and rootsy, "Anytime Tomorrow" is a full band studio album which has echoes of Jackson Browne, the Eagles and a lot of US Westcoast music in general. That's not to say it's bad, and some of the tracks such as "Fell on Hard Times" are as good as anything he's ever done. But it doesn't quite grab your attention as much as some of his other material. Releasing albums at the rate of one a year, he can experiment without too much anxiety of loosing a fanbase.
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