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Bad Nights/Better Days

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Spent
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Red Barn
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On My Knees
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Someday
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Pocket
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Crazy in Love
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Let Me Die in Your Arms
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I'd Rather Be
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Note
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You Remind Me
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Nothing Left to Hide
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Better Days
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I Feel Like Dancin'
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 48:20

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Excellent colaboration

georgeinPA

These two artists give the impression of two lovers that have known each other for decades. They cover all the feelings of togetherness, apartness, doubt and obsession that make up a mature relationship. I espessially felt that in "On My Knees" Great work by two people that you will hear from a lot more.

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Excellent Choice!!

Tune_Mogul

This is a great collaboration. Well done, well executed. I have to comment on the remarks about Abbie Gardner... I couldn't disagree more about her standing on her own. She carries herself and quite well. You have to consider the genre here. This is contemporary/folk/Country. If you want a better illustration of her ability to carry her own, check out her singles on e-music. I would draw special attention to the song "Rosie Knows Something" -- A haunting delight and one of my favorite songs - period. Great guitars, great lyrics and a chilling vocal arrangement. Abbie is outstanding and this collaboration is an excellent addition to any libray and will please for years to come. One of my favorites... as is Abbie's solo stuff. For more on her check out the Acoustic Cafe podcast from February 20, 2008. This is where I first heard her... She is awesome here as well.

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Great stuff

mandokev

This album is outstanding. I disagree with the other reviewer who says that Abbie can't carry a song by herself. Both singers are equally strong and compelling in my opinion, and together they are formidable and well-matched musical partners. I watched the two of them sing "Someday" at a late-night campsite song circle at the Kerrville Folk Festival and was blown away by the musical maturity of these two young artists. I am even moreso after listening to this album several times.

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Download immediately

blakey23

This album overall is very good. Anthony da Costa really carries the album in my opinion as the songs he sings are far and away the best. Abbie is not bad and the songs where she accompanies da Costa are excellent. She just can't carry a song by herself very well especially when compared to her partner on the album. Da Costa is an amazing young (16 when he recorded this)singer/songwriter. There are moments on this album when I thought I was listening to a Ryan Adams album. This kid is an old soul and I expect great things to come.