Nicole Atkins Mondo Amore

Rolling Stone: 3 stars out of 5 -- "The New Jersey-born singer-songwriter has a forceful and unfussy singing style that brings welcome drama to sleepy Fifties throwbacks..."
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  • Released: February 8, 2011
  • Originally Released: 2011
  • Label: Razor & Tie

Entertainment Reviews:

Rolling Stone - p.75
3 stars out of 5 -- "The New Jersey-born singer-songwriter has a forceful and unfussy singing style that brings welcome drama to sleepy Fifties throwbacks..."
Spin - p.66
"There's no denying Nicole Atkins' voice....[With] the surprisingly fierce 'You Come to Me'..."
Uncut - p.75
4 stars out of 5 -- "'My Baby Don't Lie' and 'Cry Cry Cry' kick up the sawdust with formidable swagger..."
Paste (magazine) - "From the first track, 'Vultures,' Atkins' toe-tapping, foot-stomping, hip-swaying music moves through your bones....Every note and beat seems crafted with intention and care..."

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Personnel: Nicole Atkins (vocals, acoustic guitar, piano, synthesizer); Jim James, Gary Tedder, Jeff Plate (vocals); Irina Yalkowsky (guitar, slide guitar); Phil Palazzolo (guitar, piano, background vocals); David Moltz, Bradley York (guitar); Foley Stewart (slide guitar, background vocals); Gillian Rivers (violin); Allison Seidner, Isabell Fairbanks (cello); Danny Clinch (harmonica); Dan Chen (piano, organ); Brendan Ryan (organ); Anthony Chick (bass guitar); Adam Christgau, Christopher Donofrio (drums).
Audio Mixer: Phil Palazzolo.
Recording information: Seaside Lounge, Park Slope, Brooklyn (2010).
Illustrator: Ryan Turner .
Photographer: Danny Clinch.
Arranger: Nicole Atkins .
After severing ties with Columbia Records and splitting up with her then-boyfriend, Nicole Atkins channeled her frustration into Mondo Amore, a breakup record that furthers her self-described "pop-noir" sound. The follow-up to her 2007 debut, Mondo Amore doubles as Atkins' first release for Razor & Tie, with whom she partnered in the wake of the Columbia split. ~ Andrew Leahey

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  • Sales Rank: 97,127
  • UPC: 793018311120
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