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  • Audio CD (20 Jun. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jarrah
  • ASIN: B0001WAH46
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 96,116 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Betterman
  2. Attitude
  3. Media
  4. Believe
  5. Take
  6. Life ain't what it seems
  7. Money
  8. Foundation

Product Description

Third album by Butler presenting his mix of Didgeridoo roots rock, psychedilia, and blues-related patterns. Eight extremely long improvisations.

Medium 1
Better Man
Attitude
Media
Believe
Take
Life Ain't What It Seems
Money
Foundation

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Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best albums i have heard for a long time. If you like Jack Johnson or Ben Harper then John Butler Trio is for you. There is not a track on the album which i would rate less than 5 stars. I first heard of JBT in 2001 and have since fallen for the music. It is Austrailian roots rock. Chilled but with some amazing rifts in it. there are 10 tracks but is over an hour long. It starts off with the fantastic track Betterman, this is a qulaity rock track with sweet rifts. the lyrics throughout the album are unbeatable. JBT have fast become my favourite band. One listen to this album and you are hooked.
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The unmatchable sound and voice of this artist from Western Australia leaves you begging for more. His passion (and talent) is evident in every song, heavily laden with guitar solos and deep melodies. The highlight of the CD starts you off in 'Betterman' but the Cd by no means takes a downward spiral. 'Media', 'Take' and 'Life aint what it seems' are all other highpoints of what is a brilliant CD. An unmanufactured and raw sound, true of a band that despite a huge following in Australia have stayed independent. While being both environmental and political, his lyrics successfully come across without being in your face. Fans of 'Live from Mars' from Ben Harper will no doubt enjoy, as although this is not a live CD, it comes across with such simplicity and ease you feel you are in the studio with them. Undountadly the best release from the band thus far.
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By G. Ormrod VINE VOICE on 2 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Although this album only has eight tracks, it is over an hour long with meaty tracks that really take you on a musical journey through them.
In traditional JBT style we have beautiful guitars joined with John Butler's striking, strong vocals, bass, drum and thoughtful lyrics.
The songs here are catchy without being too frivolous and all stand out individually, however all somgs are in the same style (no quieter or faster ones to add variation). It has a heavier sound to the more recent album, Sunrise Over Sea.
If you like a harder edge to your acoustic this is the album for you.
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By A Customer on 1 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
If you're not a fan of Jack Johnson like me and believe he is massively over-rated then don't worry because this is nothing like it, its far, far better.
JBT has much more depth and talent which avid music lovers will greatly appreciate. Their songs are crafted so that they are virtually bursting with skill and thought which will capture and maintain your attention.
Its folk, its rock, its softly softly 'surfer music' if you rate that description, but basically its awesome acoustic folk mastery.
Plus JBT are brilliant live.
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This album is so far ahead of most stuff available over the past few years that it really makes you think again about the dross over which even serious critics have swooned. I won't try to analyse or classify it - this is masterpiece territory.
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