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Love To Night

Mark Kleiner

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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55
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2002
フォーマット
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CD
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Kurt Dahle(Drums),  Kurt Dahle(Percussion),  Mark Kleiner(Guitar),  Mark Kleiner(Piano),  Mark Kleiner(Vocals),  Pete Mills(Bass),  Pete Mills(Guitar),  Danny Fazio(Handclapping),  Kurt Dahle(Vocals (Background)),  Pete Mills(Vocals (Background)),  Pete Mills(Engineer),  Pete Mills(Producer),  Craig Waddell(Mastering)

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A power pop trio of the highest order, this group is intent on thriving on bubblegum pop riffs and cavity-inducing harmonies, particularly on Beautiful Slide and Tivoli Park. Although this is Mark Kleiner's album in the fact he wrote most of the lyrics, the supporting cast of drummer Kurt Dahle and bassist Pete Mills is just as important in carrying the album's message of good times and fun. Some of the numbers work much better than others, notably Love Tonight, which throws a slight curveball into the mix by opening with a piano lead and Kleiner's falsetto in the proceedings. Fell in Love With the Girl also evokes a British Invasion influence and a Paul McCartney tinge on the vocals. Only on the pretty Birth to Blue does the band stray into a soppy, melodic piano hook for its payoff, but it seems to work regardless over the lengthy track despite the lyrics being cliched. The cover version of Baby It's You is another highlight of the album's conclusion. None of the tracks particularly stand out, but the album as a whole has several great gems on it. ~ Jason MacNeil, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. So Good to See You (03:18)
  • 02. Beautiful Slide (03:09)
  • 03. Baby Don't Believe in Love Songs (02:23)
  • 04. Love Tonite (04:08)
  • 05. Fell in Love With the Girl (03:01)
  • 06. Birth to Blue (06:29)
  • 07. Tivoli Park (02:33)
  • 08. Arrows to Flowers (03:04)
  • 09. Baby It's You (03:17)
  • 10. Kindness of Strangers (04:41)

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Mark Kleiner

The son of a Lutheran minister, Mark Kleiner decided, in 1999, he had grown tired of the music business and the Vancouver music scene. Leaving in the summer of 1999 to return to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to prepare to follow in his father's footsteps, the musician returned to Vancouver in the summer of 2000. While there, he stayed with a good friend and dot-com millionaire, who, after hearing his n

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