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Catch the Wind: Songs of a Generation


Download links and information about Catch the Wind: Songs of a Generation by Damien Leith. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:00:41 minutes.

Artist: Damien Leith
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:00:41
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No. Title Length
1. Catch the Wind 2:16
2. Annie's Song 2:28
3. Wild World 3:29
4. If 3:13
5. The Times They Are a Changing 2:58
6. Father and Son 3:18
7. Vincent 4:12
8. Everybody's Talking 4:01
9. Universal Soldier 2:16
10. Guitar Man 3:26
11. Baby I Love Your Way 3:07
12. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 3:32
13. Longer 2:54
14. Blowin' In the Wind 3:00
15. Old Man 2:47
16. And I Love You So 3:01
17. Sunshine on Your Shoulders 4:18
18. Time In a Bottle 3:00
19. Baby Jane 3:25



Catch the Wind: Songs of a Generation is a quite peculiar follow-up to Damien Leith's proper debut album, 2007's Where We Land, and unfortunately it goes a long way towards erasing the praise he received for that album, one of the better debuts by a winner of a television singing contest. Leith — who was born in 1976 — sings as if he has no personal connection to the songs, and given most of the songs here, that's not a surprise. The portentous subtitle leads one to expect a set of generational anthems, but aside from a pair of protest tunes each by Bob Dylan and Donovan (all of them delivered in a heavy-handed, subtlety-free fashion), the 18-track set is far more heavily tilted in favor of soft rock singer/songwriter types like Cat Stevens, Bread, John Denver, Peter Frampton, and Jim Croce. [The CD was also released with a bonus track.]