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Nomansland

by Bowe

Mindblowing second album by Bowe from the Netherlands! John Mayer meets The Eagles with a bluesy Rolling Stones flavour. Features guest appearances by leading international artists.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Love Is Getting High (feat. Jan Kooper)
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2. World of Misery (feat. Arnold Van Dongen)
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3. Trouble Is All I Know (feat. Ton Snijders)
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4. Nomansland
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5. No Future
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6. Tired of Giving Good Things Up
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7. Lay Down This Road
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8. Let Me Go Now (feat. Sandra St. Victor & Thijs Van Leer)
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9. Still Feels Like Seventeen
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10. Pretty Plain
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11. Long Day in Amsterdam (feat. Tollak Ollestad)
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12. Rainchild (feat. Sounds of Voices)
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13. World of Misery (Monopunk Remix)
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14. Tired of Giving Good Things Up (Monopunk Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nomansland is the brand new studio album by Dutch singer songwriter Bowe released in 2013. The album features twelve original tracks which were written by Bowe and his writing companion Ton Snijders (Frank Boeijen) and two monoPunk remixes. It’s predecessor ‘Moving through the Night’ got very positive reviews in The Netherlands. Leading radio DJ Frits Spits called it a remarkably good debut and website Musicfrom described it as ‘John Mayer meets The Eagles’.

Nomansland features special guest performances by Sandra St. Victor (The Family Stand) and Tollak Ollestad (Don Henley, Seal). Also many Dutch artists contributed such as Arnold van Dongen (Ilse DeLange and Candy Dulfer), Jan Kooper (Doe Maar), Florian Hoefnagels (Leona), Danny Samar (monoPunk) and Thijs van Leer.

The new poprock album was written over de course of the last four years. Bowe’s favorite tracks are Nomansland, Love is getting high and Tired of giving good things up. The record features rock tracks such as Nomansland and World of misery, pop tracks like No future and the Coldplay oriented Lay down this road and ballads like Trouble is all I know and Rainchild.

All tracks were recorded at the Sound Vision Studios in Arnhem. Zlaya Hadzich mastered the album in Amsterdam. The Bowe touring band consists of various combinations of musicians as most members are active in several other projects.


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Arthur

Definitely amazing!
I had never heard of Bowe and his album Nomansland until recently, but what an amazing album this is! I listen to it every day in my car, or I stream it at home through Spotify. I really like the song 'Lay down this road' because it has a really grotesque atmosphere to is. Also like the straight rockers like World of misery and Tired of giving good things up.

Lee Armstrong

Runaway
Bowe's "Nomansland" has a couple sparkling gems. The opening track "Love Is Getting High" pumps with a blue-eyed soul groove and a very catchy melody. "Let Me Go Now" is another excellent track with Bowe's soulful vocals, sounding like he's channeling Van Morrison; and Thijs van Leer's flute giving a great airy touch to the track, "I wanna run away." The rest of the tracks are good. At times, Bowe's vocals seemed a bit forced to me, but overall this is a strong disc that deserves play Stateside. Enjoy!