MP3 Jack Caldwell - As Sweet As I Remember You
Adult contemporary a la James Taylor
12 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Country Rock, FOLK: Folk Pop
Reviews for Jack Caldwell''s
"As Sweet As I Remember You"
"This is definitely one of my favorite albums of the year."
The Red Bank Bar & Grill Show
WUSC, Columbia, S.C.
You can sense immediately that Jack Caldwell''s lyrics come
from the heart. The prevalent theme in his music is relationship-
Between man and woman, parent and child, human and nature.
But, he moves well beyond platitude to flirt with the sensual
and rhythmic edge that the song should celebrate.
The Voice Of The Valley, Telluride, CO.
"As Sweet As I Remember You" is hard to describe. It''s also
impossible to put down. For fans of artists that go their own way
And don''t try to copy whatever is popular then Caldwell is your
new main man. It''s great that albums like this can make it to the
"As Sweet As I Remember You" is a breakout album for Caldwell.
Always compared to James Taylor, on this recording think
Tom Petty, Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn.
"As Sweet As I Remember You" may be Caldwell''s sweetest
"Jack Caldwell''s "As Sweet As I Remember You" was two
years in the growing and it''s resultant maturity is immediately
evident. Caldwell writes beguiling lyrics that are subtly clever.
They''re intensely personal without being maudlin and you
feel as if you''re recalling shared experiences rather than
listening to someone else reminisce.
The country-pop feel of the music is enriched but never
overwhelmed by the backings provided by a powerful clutch of
musicians (and oh, I love those sax licks). Ultimately, this CD
passes the ultimate test of good music -It makes you listen
- and you really enjoy the experience."
Jan Nary 100.3FM
"12 folk-rock gems".
Performing Songwriter Magazine
"This album has clarity in melodies, arrangements, and
playing; good time music with roots back to the Byrds and
others; interesting but uncluttered lyrics that have their own
clarity; magical harmonies; and songs that you find yourself
going back to again and again.
I needed a crowbar to get it off the CD player! Recommended."
Radio 99.7 FM