Really decent album. Smooth, easy-listening folk rock with really nice vocals and guitars. Almost Cut My Hair and Our House are definite favourites. 8/10
Only know a few Steely Dan songs (all of which I enjoy) but wasn't familiar with this album at all. Overall it's a good album though I felt a lot of the early songs blended into one for me. Not bad but not really doing anything for me.
Already a big Belle & Sebastian fan (seeing them in a few months) but only know a couple from Tigermilk. 'The State I Am In' has immediately become on of my favourites from them. Overall a great album - if you like Belle & Sebastian then you'll like this. Real easy-listening and lovely melodies.
Funky. Good album to stick on in the background and very easy to zone out to but still enjoy though I can't imagine I would take any tracks and listen to them again in isolation.
Interesting sound and very moody. I feel like this album would benefit from repeated listens and I feel I'd enjoy it more if I were able to pay more attention to it (Doesn't feel suited to a background album). Nice variety in sounds throughout surprisingly.
I like a few Sinatra songs but couldn't really enjoy this album. If you like Sinatra and the style, I'm sure it may be fantastic but I found it to be a bit too slow and sad for my tastes, with most songs blending into the next one and nothing that really stood out much (with The Girl From Ipanema being the exception).
Not a band I'm familiar with nor a genre I listen to much but quite enjoyed this album. Each song was short, fun and set themselves apart from the others - a really easy listen and short enough that despite not being a Punk fan, I still enjoyed the album.
Another Artist I've never been too familiar with. Some really great tracks in this album that get the knee going - especially enjoyed Folsom Prison Blues and 25 Minutes to Go. Cash's comments throughout the live performance are quite funny too and really help build a great personality for the album. Really enjoyed this album and found it as a great starting point for Cash's work.