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Nothing Is Wrong [Import]

Dawes Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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2011 release, the sophomore album from the L.A. Folk-Rock quartet. Dawes recorded the disc at producer Jonathan Wilson's Echo Park studio late last year in between touring commitments. Nothing Is Wrong is the follow-up to the band's 2009 debut, North Hills. A collection of songs that expertly builds upon the template laid by North Hills, Nothing Is Wrong sees Dawes displaying strong growth and evolution while still manifesting their distinctive, unforgettable voice.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Has all my Dawes favourites. Dec 8 2013
By Rob B.
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Really like this CD. One of the best new bands to come along in a long time. As a big fan of Jackson Browne, I can hear his influence reverberate throughout the album. Love Goldsmith's lyrics and the production was very good IMHO.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not Bad Jan. 17 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
The first two songs are the strongest. (the two singles)
All in all it's 'not bad'. Nothing earth shaking..lots of harmonies.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing is wrong...with this album Jan. 16 2012
Format:Audio CD
Great album- the more you listen the better it gets.....give their other album a listen too
and if you get a chance check them out live!
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5.0 out of 5 stars One Of The Best Of 2011 July 12 2011
By M. Seery - Published on Amazon.com
I really hate to ruin the demographics for this band but I am 61. I am a huge fan of Mumford and Sons and just became a fan of Dawes too. This is a superb album. The craftmanship is excellent and the lyrics are memorable. I can't wait to see these guys when they play on the Santa Monica pier.
I grew up with the 70's music scene and it is great to hear groups going back to that amazing period. Dawes - keep up the work!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome album. July 2 2011
By Tommy T - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Dawes is a great band. One of the few bands keeping my faith in modern music alive. "North Hills" is a classic and "Nothing Is Wrong" stands solidly at its side. "Nothing Is Wrong" has markedly nicer production than "North Hills" and a handful of new classic anthems that will certainly be an important part of the Dawes catalogue for years to come. However, I have to say there are a few tracks I find myself skipping over when listening to the album. It's not that they're not good songs, it's just that they're a little slow sometimes for my taste and don't have the same hook, energy or teeth that some of the stronger songs on the album do. This is my one criticism and the only reason I can't give the album a full five stars. Basically, there's not a bad song on this album and there are a few truly great ones. My new favorite is "My Way Back Home", epic. Buy this album if you dig good music!
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An amazing follow up to North Hills July 5 2011
By Rodrigo - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a group of musicians that not only are in complete and totaly sync with each other, but they also know how to get to the heart of their listener. Flawless harmonies, warm sounds of the organ, and Taylor's sweet melodic voice make this album a 10... and that's out of 5 stars. I wasn't sure what to expect with this album; I didn't know if it could live up to the pedestal I have put their first album, North Hills, on (actually, it was just called 'Dawes' when I first purchased it, but that's neither here nor there). This album has surpassed every expectation I had. Buy it. Listen to it. Love it.
-Rodrigo
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dawes is one of the best bands out there!!! June 24 2011
By J. Carroll - Published on Amazon.com
I started listening to Dawes after picking up Middle Brother's album, and I can't stop listening to them. The music is so laid back and the songs are beautifully written. If you loved North Hills, the boys pick up where they left off, with one of the best albums of 2011!! Key tracks, "If I Wanted Someone", "My Way Back Home", "Fire Away" and "A Little Bit of Everything".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dawes deserves their own laurels March 31 2012
By earthbyapril915 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I haven't been as enthusiastic about any young group for a long time, maybe ever! This album is as fabulous as "North Hills", and that's high praise.

Taylor Goldsmith is a true poet. He communicates his experiences with fire and passion as well as an earnest trust in the connection with his listeners. And there's good reason for that confidence -- he writes soul-searchingly about the heartbeats of our lives: wanderlust and home, loss, love, longing, and the relentless march of time. Every one of his songs has made its way into my soul.

His brother Griffin's voice fluidly blends with Taylor's as he contributes brilliant drums. He has impressive range and he is singing with more assurance and strength as the stage-filled months have fallen behind. It's indeed evident how far he's come.

It's Dawes' intense harmonies that give their songs such a penetrating quality. There's no doubt that the group is characterized in part by the measures when all three guys are in full voice. Those moments are, for me, nothing short of sublime; call me a cynic, but I had pretty much given up hope that we'd ever get this kind of sound out of my son's generation.

I love the insistent, throbbing pulse of Wylie's bass guitar in this band. Even if you've never really paid attention to a bass line before, I think you will be listening to this one. Taylor's guitar work is also skillful. And it would be a sorry bit of neglect if I failed to say how fantastic a contribution the keyboard work is.

Dawes is something infinitely more than its parts, and what results seems to me an outgrowth of a closely collaborative set of talents and a working relationship of real camaraderie. All the nice comparisons to my long-time favorite, Jackson Browne, are wonderful and somewhat valid, but Dawes has its own distinctive sound, and it's outstanding. Give them a chance to be themselves - they are earning their own laurels! If you buy the album, you will not be disappointed.
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