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THE CAUTIONARY TALES
OF MARK OLIVER EVERETT
"An extraordinary song cycle… emotionally overwhelming"
- Q Magazine
"Lush and forlorn… close to perfect"
"One of the best and bravest albums of the year"
- The Sun
"A gorgeons, luscious EELS record"
"There is something rather special in these cautionary tales,
something that all of us can learn from"
- Drowned in Sound
"One of the most searingly personal documents the man called E has cooked up yet"
"To call Mark Everett the sweetheart Holden Caulfield is too easy. And yet, the burgeoning self-awareness his music contains, along with melodies as sweet as the best of Paul Westerberg, suggests that very Catcher In The Ryeness: knowing more than he should, but somehow trying to find a glimmer of innocence or wonder"
"Stripped back, raw and deeply personal"
"One of the best songwriters of his generation"
Album of the week
- The Sunday Times
"One of the most daring, frank and honest records in the band's career"
"Powerful and emotionally coherent"
- The Observer
- American Songwriter
"As beautifully arranged as Beck's latest but it bites twice as deep"
"Rich, finely-turned, beautifully orchestrated songs.
The one album you should hear this week"
- The Guardian
"Exquisitely enjoyable… even uplifting"
- Virgin Media
- The Independent
- The Daily Mirror
"Everett's songs are among the most beautiful you'll hear. Highly recommended"
- The Sunday Echo
"Cautionary Tales is an important work"
"As painfully honest as it is carefully crafted"
- Mercury Prize Recommends
"Everett's best set of songs"
- The Telegraph
"Captivates the imagination at every turn…
You'll want this album, don't hesitate"
"Like nothing you've heard"
- The Irish Times
"Rarely do mistakes of one's youth sound so beautiful"
"In its simplicity lies a uniquely Eels beauty, realistic and wise"
- Dig Music
"A master songwriter"
"Spectacular to behold"
- We Heart Music
"A cohesive, beautifully melancholic collection"
- The Houston Chronicle
"Laments for a misspent past rarely sound so life-affirmingly beautiful"
The Buffalo News
"A challenging but ultimately affecting and profound listening experience"
- The Irish Mail on Sunday