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Waiting On Your Love

by Noah Zacharin

blues/jazz/bluegrass/folk guitar man with a versatile voice, three and a half hands, a few fancy lyrical moves, and a great cast of accompanying musicians
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. big bright moon
3:52 $0.99
2. sleep alone tonight
5:30 $0.99
3. convertible kind
4:19 $0.99
4. in love again
3:38 $0.99
5. nothing I can do
5:07 $0.99
6. chasing after bert
3:15 $0.99
7. in the heather
4:15 $0.99
8. sick at the heart
6:04 $0.99
9. waiting on your love
4:19 $0.99
10. all go blind
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11. echo
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this CD has taken more than two years to make. while recording began in Nov '04, planning began well before that, and writing WELL before that. for this, my 6th disc, I used the best engineers in town (my recording engineer, who has worked with Mark Knopfler, Van Morrison, etc, was unavailable for 6 weeks while on the road doing sound for Lou Reed; my mixing engineer produced the recent Wailin' Jennies record, and has played with Jane Siberry) to record the best musicians in town. Ralph Carney (a long-time Tom Waits alumnus) also came on board to augment the sounds I made, blowing tenor and clarinet. I've always crossed styles in my writing and performing, and for this CD I played blues & jazz & country & bluegrass & pop & instrumental & folk tunes, and set them all within a musical context that would best let them sing. this record is my heart. hear its beat...



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Get your fix...
Forget all those great iconic folk legends from the past that don't seem to be making great records anymore. Listen to Noah Zacharin's recording of 'Waiting On Your Love' and get your fix. I'm going to take my guard down for a moment and give praise to where praise is due. This recording is a phenomenal feat, an effort that is spilling over with poetic imagery, original musical ideas, interesting production, creative musicianship, but most of all, heart - tons of heart. Noah is a skilled painter of emotion, joy, bitterness, darkness and light.
I give this record 5 stars, Zacharin has taken his inspiration from a varied past of musical styles, folk, blues, jazz, bluegrass and everything else in between to build a seamless multi-genre masterpiece!

Minor 7th Webzine

The heart of a poet, the mind of a lyricist, the skill of a composer, the fingers of a musician -- rare attributes singly, but rarer still in one artistic package. Still, singer/songwriter Noah Zacharin often puts it all together on "Waiting on Your Love," his sixth CD. His thoughtful songs of love and ache, pairing and parting, and yearning and wistfulness may have been born in the manger of folk, but Zacharin infuses these 11 tracks with a fully realized instrumentation. He assembles a talented stable of musicians, including longtime Tom Waits alum Ralph Carney (on tenor sax and clarinet) to breathe life and mood into this collecton. Lines such as this reward the careful listener: "I wake at the crack and the creak and the least of sounds hammer my heart shut and hope the dark will take us down ..." (from the title track). Zacharin, who grew up in Montreal and now lives in Toronto, includes tuba, pedal steel, vox, tin whistle, guitar, and accordion to bring his creations to life. While repeated listenings reward the dedicated, Zacharin can be playful as well, with the infectious and mandolin-inflected "All Go Blind." Repeated listenings bring higher rewards. Nice stuff nicely done.

Sue Fink

honest lyrics, stunning musicality -- seeps into your bones & resides there
This CD is Noah at his best, all-around: His voice is at its strongest, honest, clear and heart-felt; his lyrics are dead-on, and if you're a songwriter, you'll probably find multiple songs you'll wish YOU had written; and the arrangements are nothing short of amazing. Noah is an excellent guitarist -- you really have to see him live to understand that all those notes are coming from only one guitar, at the same time. However, here he is willing to restrain himself for the sake of the other instruments, which only enhance (never overwhelm) the songs. An awful lot of work must have gone into getting this amazing of a sound.

In paricular: I could easily imagine Tom Waits covering "Sick at the Heart." "Convertible Kind" is wicked fun. "Nothing I Can Do," "In the Heather," and "Waiting On Your Love" will break your heart. "Chasing After Bert" showcases Noah's amazing guitar-playing.

Finally: While Noah uses many different musical styles, they compliment each other quite well. One song flows seamlessly into the next, mood-wise and music-wise. This is a perfect album to listen to in the still of the night, on a long solitary drive, surrounded by the dark and the glimmer of stars above. You must hear it!!!