Ben Kweller

Ben Kweller

"Ben Kweller"
(US import / domestic / domestic - limited edition / iTunes)

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Ben Kweller

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Previous works

BEN KWELLER

"On May Way"

(US import / UK import / domestic - limited edition / domestic)

"Live at Lollapalooza 2006" (iTunes)
"Future Soundtrack for America" (iTunes)
"Tylenol" (iTunes)
"Sundress" (UK import)
"Phone Home " (US import / UK import)
"Commerce, TX " (US import)
"SHA SHA " (domestic / domestic with bonus trax / UK import / US import)
"Wasted & Ready " (UK import)


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buttonmag files : Ben Kweller

buttonCD review : Ben Kweller : (07/04/12) : review by michael
buttonCD review : On My Way : (04/04/06) : review by Sugako Suzuki
buttonphoto report : (03/04/30 @ Shibuya Club Quattro) : photos by mari


      "And we look back at all as I know we will... I wonder will we really remember how it feels to be this alive?" Robert Smith's creative walk is of course markedly longer than Kweller's lifespan, but the meticulous wild-eyed observations are shared and run parallel in the latter's self-titled album.

      "Run" begins this road trip, free flowing in its wonderment and power in belief. Don't be surprised if you lose notice of the speed your clipping toward its full finish. Realizing it, a calming, steady sustenance is given upon "Nothing Happening" in its desire for clarity. Mirroring spring's arrival, gym membership at its height, "Sundress" baths in the simple, honest reflection of yearning admiration airing out amid the warm winds felt fresh on the face.

      Not waiting around, "I Gotta Move" does just that in its bursting determination from the change of scenery. "Thirteen" accompanies as darkness falls on these roads to yesterday, unavailable and disarmingly heartbreaking.

      A new day arises with the peppy optimistic awaking runner in self-belief of "Penny On The Train Track" that rolls into the aloof and airy, yet acknowledging walk of "I Don't Know Why." No Houdini here, but "Magic" casts an infectious spell in its building layers. "Red Eye" haunts in its beauty from a lasting communication breakdown while it bleeds one, yet is unknown to the other. Building on the frustration and fear, "Until I Die" unfurls its ignored confessional, but the sadness ends with the countering "This Is War."

      "Never Let You Fall" shines broadly in the company you now have by your side. Kweller's third take, like a brother-in-arms, always answers your call.




tour schedule

4.16 (mon) @ Shangri-La
OPEN 18:00 START 19:00
5,000YEN (adv. drink fee charged @door)

4.18 (wed) @ Harajuku Astro Hall
OPEN 18:00 START 19:00
5,000YEN (adv. drink fee charged @door)


reviewed by michael


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