Rory Faithfield | Nowhere, Somewhere, Anywhere

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Nowhere, Somewhere, Anywhere

by Rory Faithfield

Contempory acoustic rock attitude mixed with traditional Irish folk style melodies.
Genre: Folk: Power-folk
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1. Nowhere Somewhere Anywhere
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2. The Awakening
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3. Those Days Are Over
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4. Forsake
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5. Dance Your Own Dance
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6. Fallen
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7. Understand Now
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8. Blows on Through
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9. Reunion Song
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10. Flowers
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11. For So Long
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12. Down The River
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13. Reunion Song (Demo Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is one of those albums that slaps you right in the face and says "Wow! Where on earth did this guy
come from?"
The words and music absolutely floored me. "Dance Your Own Dance" should be every sentient beings theme song every day of their lives. It rings of a true-to-thy-self-let-freedom-ring awareness, and a strength that will inspire and move you with jolts of positive energy.
This is great rock and roll music that has character, purity, and mindfulness that is rarely found in recordings today. The spirit of humanity is written all over this CD. Music like this gets the sparks flying and your blood circulating.

Keith Hannaleck- MUSICDISH


....Songs that uplift the human spirit and encourage individualism as in "Dance your own dance and sing your own song". That's Rory Faithfield in a nutshell.....The home-grown strains of The Killjoys sparkling rootsy pop, and Luka Bloom's stadium folk for the bedroom are evident in Faithfield's passionate and earnest delivery....never has acoustic music been so resonant or so vital......a superb debut album.

John O'Regan ROCK'N'REEL Magazine




...an immense talent and a collection of songs that simply blew me away. I've heard this style of music from independent artists all over the world. Most of it is bland and many times boring for lack of originality. Rory Faithfield is an exception to that experience.

Michael Allison - TheGlobalMuse.com


....aside from the inherent message, you will hear an artist capable of conveying immeasurable emotion
and power. Sounding a bit like Brian Ferry of Roxy Music, Rory Faithfield shows much more than mere promise.
It would be impossible to listen and not believe that here is an artist ready to break loose. Rory Faithfield
is an artist I will be following closely.

Jack Baer - BIGBAER.com


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David M. Taylor

dripping with echoes of Toad's ghost
I am so happy that I stumbled upon this album while browsing CDBaby..... Rory fills a void I've felt since the breakup of one of the greatest bands ever, Toad the Wet Sprocket. Rory's vocal stylings draw remarkably uncanny similarities to Pale-era Glen Phillips, except of course for the occasional glimpse of an Irish accent! Regardless of whether you are familiar with Toad, if you enjoy acoustic guitar and superior song-writing, you will love this album.

David M. Taylor

dripping with echoes of Toad's ghost
I am so happy that I stumbled upon this album while browsing CDBaby..... Rory fills a void I've felt since the breakup of one of the greatest bands ever, Toad the Wet Sprocket. Rory's vocal stylings draw remarkably uncanny similarities to Pale-era Glen Phillips, except of course for the occasional glimpse of an Irish accent! Regardless of whether you are familiar with Toad, if you enjoy acoustic guitar and superior song-writing, you will love this album.

Benn

Stop looking, it`s here.
If you are looking for very, very good CD stop looking, just by Nowhere, Somewhere Anywhere and it`s done. Play fallen and you know what i meen.

Thanks Rory for a lovley CD.