Download links and information about Fearless by Francis Dunnery. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 48:33 minutes.
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|1.||American Life In the Summertime||4:11|
|4.||Climbing Up the Love Tree||4:53|
|5.||What's He Gonna Say||5:04|
|6.||Feel Like He's Kissing You Again||5:23|
|7.||King of the Blues||4:14|
|8.||Everyone's a Star||4:03|
|9.||Couldn't Find a Reason||4:27|
Making his debut on Atlantic Records, Francis Dunnery hits with a bag of soulful pop/rock songs that is nicely entertaining. He's the singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, so Fearless is Dunnery through and through. He even boasts that "this record was made in an A&R free zone." That's quite an admirable accomplishment for a newcomer, but that's just the kind of upstart he is. Fearless kicks off with two grooving tunes, "American Life in the Summertime" and "Homegrown," that are ready-made to sing along with. The first is an interesting observational piece on America as seen through the eyes of an Englishman; the second, you may recognize from sparse radio airplay. Mixing up the styles a bit, "Fade Away" flows with an almost reggae feel; "Climbing Up the Love Tree" leans heavy on the drums, piano flourishes, and understated bassline; and "Couldn't Find a Reason" somehow successfully combines harmonica and tabla with soft harmonies. Sometimes brash, sometimes tender, Dunnery is a clever lyricist so the end result is generally pleasing. His best work is probably yet to come, but Fearless is certainly a fine start.