The Avett Brothers The Carpenter
Rolling Stone: 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "'I Never Knew You' is a bouncy, piano-driven confection full of Beatlesque touches."
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item number: 36HD3
- Released: September 11, 2012
- Originally Released: 2012
- Label: Republic
Rolling Stone - p.703.5 stars out of 5 -- "'I Never Knew You' is a bouncy, piano-driven confection full of Beatlesque touches."
Entertainment Weekly - p.140"[A] gorgeously crafted set of sad and soulful laments laced with acoustic guitars, sharply punctuated piano, and delicate cello."
Billboard (p.32) - "In the 90-second 'Geraldine' Scott and Seth Avett harmonize brightly over a rollicking honky-tonk groove, while 'Winter in My Heart' slows the tempo to contemplative soul-folk stroll."
Mojo (Publisher) - p.853 stars out of 5 -- "[With] the Willie Nelson-like 'Winter In My Heart,' heartland rock of 'Pretty Girl From Michigan' and Beatles harmonies on 'I Never Knew You'..."
Paste (magazine) - "THE CARPENTER provides a return to rudimentary Avett songwriting, in that the most striking moments on the record are born from playful banjo-guitar banter and confessions revealed in 4/4 time."
- 1.The Once And Future Carpenter
- 2.Live And Die
- 3.Winter In My Heart
- 4.Pretty Girl From Michigan
- 5.I Never Knew You
- 6.February Seven
- 7.Through My Prayers
- 8.Down With The Shine
- 9.A Fathers First Spring
- 11.Paul Newman Vs. The Demons
Personnel: Seth Avett (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, organ, background vocals); Scott Avett (vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo, piano, background vocals); Joe Kwon (cello); Bob Crawford (upright bass, electric bass, background vocals); Jacob Edwards (drums, percussion).
Audio Mixer: Ryan Hewitt.
Recording information: Akademie Mathematique of Philosophical Sound Research,; Echo Mountain Recording, Asheville, NC; Lock Stock Studios, Venice Beach, CA; Shangri-La, Malibu, CA.
Concord, North Carolina-based indie folk-pop darlings the Avett Brothers received rave reviews for their 2009 breakthrough major-label debut, I and Love and You, which peaked at number 16 on the Billboard 200 album chart and resulted in an invitation to perform alongside Bob Dylan and Mumford & Sons at the 2011 Grammy Awards. While much of that record's success stemmed from brothers Scott and Seth Avett's poignant songwriting, producer Rick Rubin played a large part in letting those tracks shine. Rubin returns for the group's seventh studio album, The Carpenter, which is set to be released in September 2012.