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When You Can Fly


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  • Audio CD (April 1 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Music Canada
  • ASIN: B001R0AD5O
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,256 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Wheel
2. Long Gone Train
3. Sacred
4. When You Can Fly
5. I Can't
6. Don't Leave the Leavin'
7. Kiss Me
8. This Old Halo
9. Back to the River
10. The World Turns
11. Some Men Don't Cheat

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A great debut CD, with a clever mix of heartfelt ballads and easy-on-the-ears up-tempo offerings. This delicious album is especially perfect for that after work on Friday wine & cheesy interlude. When You Can Fly
is ready for takeoff!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Banks Flies with New Disc April 20 2009
By Timothy Yap - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Prime Cuts: Back to the River, Don't Leave Me Leavin' (with Jason Blaine), Kiss Me

Banks is Music Row's best kept secret. But with the advent of "When You Can Fly" she won't be a secret for very long. To insiders of the Nashville community and to those who assiduously study CD liner notes, Banks is a country writer without peer. Impressive is perhaps an understatement in describing Banks' CV which includes penning hits such as "Saints and Angels" (Sara Evans), "Remember That" (Jessica Simpson), "Why Wait" (Kristy Lee Cook), "Dance with Me" (Johnny Reid) among many others. Yet when Banks takes on the microphone, she's just as enthralling. Every note she sings exudes an engaging passion; in fact, her ability to make every syllable sound vital is a trope in Banks' arsenal in her assault of the charts. And with songs of such high calibre as represented here, Banks' success should rival or even excel many of her clients.

Essentially "When You Can Fly" is a radio friendly country pop effort that is as polished as a diner countertop. It has its requisite array of country rockers beginning with the propulsive "The Wheel." With wailing guitars and heart-pumping drums, Banks waxes philosophical on "The Wheel" about the forging ahead despite of life's setbacks, a track so appropriate of our times. "Kiss Me," not that Sixpence But None Richer hit, but a Banks' original, is so infectious that you can help but press repeat again and again after each time this song ends. On "Long Gone Train" Banks teams with former Exile member J. P. Pennington in crafting one of the best "train" songs in years. Telling the story of a frustrated lady with her paramour's faux promises, adieu has never sounded that good. And for those who like the arena-rock a la Rascal Flatts, "I Can't" is sure to impress. Starting off with the gentle strumming of a guitar before exploding into a full blown rock anthem, "I Can't" finds Banks at her vocal best belting over some long and high notes.

When it comes to the ballads, the apogee is the power love song "Don't Leave Me Leavin.'" Joining vocals with Canadian country heartthrob Jason Blaine, "Don't Leave Me Leavin" is stamped with the word "hit" all over. The heartfelt lyrics, the memorable tune and the two well blended voices are all winning combinations to make "Don't Leave Me Leavin'" a future Valentine classic. More reflective is the bluesy "Sacred" which celebrates the power of love with spiritual overtones. While the acoustic-sounding "Back to the River" is one of the album's quieter (and more country) moments. The delightful fiddle and steel create the perfect backdrop for Banks to narrate this beautiful ballad of a woman trying to chase away the ghost of her past.

"When You Can Fly" is a stellar effort from start to finish. The variety in themes and tempos certainly create an engaging listen right through the disc. But overall, you'll find a young lady who sings each note as if her life is dependent on it. Her passion is contagious and her vocal nuances bring out a realism often missing in younger artists. With this new disc, Banks flies with class and affection.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Music! June 21 2009
By DDG - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Victoria is an excellent song writer and vocalist. Her music is thought provoking and from the heart. If you want to hear well thought out lyrics and excellent vocals, buy this CD!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
When You Can Fly - Victoria Banks CD Does Just That April 28 2010
By Eric Aubin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Victoria shows that she is not just a great songwriter but she can sing and play with the best of them. There isn't a weak track on the disk and the arranging of the material is just spot on. What's amazing is she mastered all the production elements herself. Can't wait for your next one Vicky but for now we'll just have to play this one to death.
Victoria will blow you away Sept. 30 2013
By Fred Bass - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I first saw/heard Victoria Banks at the Bluebird Café in Nashville in May,2005! Her live version of "I Can't" convinced me to buy her current CD "You Don't Know Me" that night. Her new single, "Midnight at a Red Light" made YDKM a rare jewel! As long as she keeps crankin' 'em out, I'll keep listening!
music July 26 2013
By son - Published on Amazon.com
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She has a great voice and songs on this CD. Came from the Heartland TV series.
Well done!!!
Go buy it.

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