Coco Hames

Coco Hames - Coco Hames
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2017 Ratings: #562 / 887
User Score
Based on 11 ratings
March 31, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Merge / Label
Americana / Genres
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I think I might have enjoyed Coco Hames’ self-titled a bit more than the actual quality warranted, since her vintage-pop-meets-Nashville vibe is definitely up my alley. The album is too flawed to be a serious AOTY contender – it borrows very liberally from the past, and Hames sometimes employs the “if it rhymes, it works” lyric-writing strategy – but she keeps it short and sweet and her vocal tone is pretty compelling and distinctive.
decent if outdated pop songs in the tradition of Dusty Springfield and Jackie DeShannon but way too Nashvilled up to be listenable for very long. an interesting voice that would benefit from stronger lyrics and less production.
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Track List

  1. When You Said Goodbye
  2. I Do Love You
  3. I Don’t Wanna Go
  4. Long Time Coming
  5. Tennessee Hollow
  6. If You Ain’t Mine
  7. You’re Calling Me
  8. Tiny Pieces
  9. This House Ain’t a Home
  10. Dead River
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Added on: March 28, 2017