Stalled Out In The Doorway - Tomi Swick Reviews
Description:Genre: Folk / Artist: Tomi Swick / Import / Audio CD released at Wmi / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Come in 2s 2 Wait Until ... more
Stalled Out In The Doorway - Tomi Swick ... Until Morning
3 Everything Is Alright
4 Still in the Light
5 I Trust In (Family)
6 Sorry Again
8 Night Like This
9 Listen Isa
10 Easy Company
11 I'll Sea You Again
12 Stalled out in the Doorway
Newest Review: ... Morning - You can't help but sing along. So the topic isn't so happy, but the track sounds cheery and I for one love it. ... more
Customer Stalled Out In The Doorway - Tomi Swick Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/10/08 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Tomi Swick is a Canadian artist who I discovered when I saw him open for the Goo Goo Dolls in Vancouver. I was really impressed and tracked down his debut album, Stalled Out in the Doorway, which had just been released in Canada at the time (2006). Strong from the start, this CD showcases Swick's melancholy, but never depressing, vocals and well-arranged melodies. The lyrics might not particularly inspired, but the overall effect really works. While Swick appears to be a run-of-the-mill singer-songwriter, evidence of some of his own favourites, including Radiohead, is present and the balance makes his appeal universal - not surprising he went down ... Read the complete review
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