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Catching a Tiger


Download links and information about Catching a Tiger by Lissie. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 54:35 minutes.

Artist: Lissie
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 14
Duration: 54:35
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No. Title Length
1. Record Collector 3:43
2. When I'm Alone 3:40
3. In Sleep 4:57
4. Bully 3:43
5. Little Lovin' 4:28
6. Stranger 3:08
7. Loosen the Knot 3:29
8. Cuckoo 3:37
9. Everywhere I Go 4:08
10. Worried About 4:25
11. Look Away 4:30
12. Oh Mississippi 3:22
13. This Much I Know (Bonus Track) 3:36
14. Needle Starts to Fall (Bonus Track) 3:49



If singer/songwriters have “made it” when they find their music on TV shows like “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The O.C.,” then pop-folk diva Lissie has made it big-time. But before you write her off for those very accomplishments, take a listen to the deeply charming “Little Lovin’” and “Cuckoo,” the Mazzy Star-flavored ballad “This Much I Know,” or the breezy, windows-down-on-the-country-road tune, “When I’m Alone,” and then try to resist sampling another song. This transplanted Midwesterner now lives in the California desert — wisely just near enough to and far enough from L.A. — and her work is taking on the flavor of a supremely confident artist, blooming with the grace and strength of a cactus flower. Lissie’s dusky, willowy vocals are both fresh and familiar (Stevie Nicks by way of Thao Nguyen), and her music retains just enough edge to keep a person interested; a tune like “Stranger” comes on as strong as any radio-hit wannabe, but drenched in a vintage feel and peppered with Lissie’s own vinegary sass, it won’t likely find a home in the parched landscape of American radio. Their loss.