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I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning Import


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  • Audio CD (Jan. 25 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Outside Music
  • ASIN: B00070FV0M
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

1. At The Bottom Of Everything
2. We Are Nowhere And It's Now
3. Old Soul Song (For The New World Order) - (with Emmylou Harris)
4. Lua
5. Train Under Water
6. First Day Of My Life
7. Another Travelin' Song
8. Land Locked Blues
9. Poison Oak
10. Road To Joy


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By Solomon R on Jan. 28 2012
Format: Audio CD
I very rarely write reviews on amazon. The only reason I write this one is because I was shocked to see how few were written on this wonderful cd; while albums like, 'letting off the happiness' is flourishing in reviews.
I started listening to this cd when it first came out while I was in grade 7. I do not remember how I discovered them at such a young age, but my three favourite cd's at that time were: The Shins cd, "oh, inverted world". Death Cab For Cutie's , "plans" and lastly Bright Eyes, "I'm wide awake it's morning". I listened to these three cd's religiously that whole year well hermitting inside my home playing World of Warcraft (I skipped that year of school), songs like 'first day of my life', and 'we are nowhere and it's now' and 'landlocked blues' would bring me to tears. The only reasons I mentioned those other two cd's is because my taste in music has changed a great deal in the last 7 years, and I do not love 'oh, inverted world' or 'plans' nearly as much as I used to, but my love for 'I'm wide awake it's morning' is still as strong as it ever was...
If you are looking for a good introduction to bright eyes, or for some reason have never listened to this cd, I could not reccomend it enough; and the gift of Emmylou Harris doing back up vocals really ties the bow on this amazing gift of an album.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kristin B. Gataveckas on April 28 2005
Format: Audio CD
To be listned to repeatedly. The appreciation grows with every following song. Sing along with...sure...I do...on the daily. Some of the things said in Conor's songs have become part of my daily thoughts and vocabulary. Very good visual imagery with the lyrics as well. Going to see the show May 18th....really looking forward to it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 13 2005
Format: Audio CD
Simply put the best Bright Eyes cd yet. Beautiful lyrics put to well-constructed music. There's more control than in his previous cds and the album flows better than the others. It's the kind of CD you'll want to listen to over and over again
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By Grenna on July 29 2007
Format: Audio CD
An excellent album for a rainy Sunday afternoon. Every song flows well into the next. "Land Locked Blues" and "Old Soul Song (For the New World Order)" are both top notch. Expect to hear a vast assortment of sounds in this album; trumpets, subtle electronic effects, mandolins, banjos, vibraphones, harmonicas, and more. Oberst's vocals are borderline whiny, but it works. A definite 5 stars is what this album deserves.
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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on March 30 2007
Format: Audio CD
Most bands take years to polish up their mediocre albums. But indie-country-rock wunderkind Conor Oberst has released TWO albums at the same time, "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning" and "Digital Ash in a Digital Urn." Startlingly, neither one suffers. "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning" is perhaps the more powerful of the two, although it stays rooted in safer territory.

Oberst keeps his eye on sadness and disenchantment, with his life and the city around him. All that emotion gives the twenty-four-year-old's songs a raw feeling, especially the first single "Lua." It's a fragile, wounded ballad where Oberst sounds a little hungover and a lot depressed. ""We might die from medication/but we sure killed all the pain/what was normal in the evening/by the morning seems insane," he sings, in a voice that sounds like it's about to break into sobs. Poor guy.

That dramatic tremble keeps going in the slower, simpler songs. But Oberst indulges in more bluesy-rockiness in songs like the pensive "We Are Nowhere And It's Now," or the angsty yet bouncy "Another Travellin' Song," which has train whistles in the background. But surprisingly, Oberst never SOUNDS indulgent.

While its sister album experiments in the tradition of Radiohead -- synth wobbles and all -- "I'm Wide Awake It's Morning" sits firmly on an alt-country foundation. Reportedly it's all about Oberst moving to New York, and all the nerves, loneliness and bewilderment of his move.

Many of the songs are mostly Oberst and a guitar, both quietly trembling through his sad songs; a few of them have more instrumental backup, especially the catchier tunes. The stripped-down sound suits Oberst, since it lets his songwriting skills shine through, be it an anti-war rant or a drug-hazed night out with a date.
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