Who You Are

Who You Are

by Cary BrothersCary Brothers


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Fans of spare, thoughtful indie rock have been awaiting Who You Are, Cary Brothers' debut full-length, since he stole moviegoer's hearts with "Blue Eyes," his simple but affecting contribution to 2003's Grammy-winning Garden State soundtrack. Their faith in the L.A. singer/songwriter was not misplaced, even if only a few songs on this 11-track disc are as capable of generating a goosebump epidemic. "Ride," a song that made it onto the soundtrack of another Zach Braff vehicle, The Last Kiss, is one of them; "Jealousy," a navel-gazing pop track that issues from the honest, autobiographical-seeming place Brothers has a knack for writing from, is another. Elsewhere, Brothers' songs meander pleasantly, but they don't get close enough to bite. That's not to say he doesn't show signs of becoming a consistently mesmerizing performer, though. Occasionally, as on "If You Were Here," he drops a metaphor that comes across both faded and vivid but uniformly beautiful: "Just like the rain I'll always be fallin'," he sings with a voice full of clear-eyed weariness, "Only to rise and fall again."

Product Details

Release Date: 05/29/2007
Label: Bluhammock
UPC: 0899308000191
catalogNumber: 80019

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Cary Brothers   Primary Artist,Synthesizer,Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Piano,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Matt Rollings   Piano
Rusty Anderson   Electric Guitar
Victor Indrizzo   Drums
Chad Fischer   Synthesizer,Bass,Piano,Drums,Keyboards,Bells,Mellotron
Oliver Kraus   Strings,Cello
Greg Collins   Synthesizer,Bass,Piano,Electric Guitar,Mellotron
Jonathan Flaugher   Bass
Matt Hales   Piano
Priscilla Ahn   Background Vocals
Matt Rollins   Piano

Technical Credits

Tom Bailey   Composer
Alannah Currie   Composer
Stephen Hague   Producer
Joe Leeway   Composer
Chad Fischer   Producer
Oliver Kraus   String Arrangements
Greg Collins   Producer
Cary Brothers   Composer

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Who You Are 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been curious to see what Brothers would do on his full length, and he doesn't disappoint. An amazing debut from start to finish.