Marlon Williams

Make Way for Love


This album was released 56 weeks ago.

81% ±10% 12 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Come to Me
2 What's Chasing You
3 Beautiful Dress
4 Party Boy
5 Can I Call You
6 Love Is a Terrible Thing
7 I Know a Jeweller
8 I Didn't Make a Plan
9 The Fire of Love
10 Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore
11 Make Way for Love
Rating Source
81% 4WIM Rating
100% Gaffa (Sweden) Av alla dessa album brukar jag framhålla Frank Sinatras In The Wee Small Hours – där de blå ögonen var som sorgligast blå efter uppbrottet från Ava Gardner – och Marvin Gayes Here, My Dear – en syrligt bitterljuv genomlysning av hur äktenskapet med Anna Gordy gick åt helvete – som två av genrens allra bästa.
90% Exclaim! Music On previous recordings, he has traversed blues, bluegrass, country, folk and rock terrain with authority, but this eclecticism may have been a career hindrance.
90% Glide Magazine The New Zealander’s sound was easy to fall in love with as he evoked the great 50s and 60s voices of Tennessee and perfectly married it with his own rich musical experience and influences in New Zealand and Australia.
83% Nöjesguiden En tung rytm dunkar stenhårt bakom ett gällt intensivt vinande när The Skull Defekts självbetitlade avskedsalbum inleds med A Brief Introduction to Rhythm, Dub, Life and Death, och det dröjer en stund innan jag inser att just de ljuden inte finns på skivan utan kommer från en pålkran och en energisk snickares cirkelsåg på bygget jag passerar.
80% Music OMH On the last Coldplay album is a song called Evergreen, which deals with the break up of Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow’s marriage.
80% Irish Times Set off to the left, eyes seemingly welling with tears, an anguished Marlon Williams stares sadly into the camera.
80% The Guardian Now, Make Way for Love finds Williams unleashing his inner crooner in the company of producer Noah Georgeson (Joanna Newsom).
80% DIY Magazine It’s rare a voice makes quite the impact that his makes on this album, and it’s only complimented by the rich composition surrounding it.
77% Paste Magazine It's Harding's presence on the album'€”in the form of the gorgeous duet 'Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore'€'€”that best characterizes its complexity.
75% Under the Radar Magazine Now, coming nearly two years to the day after its predecessor, Make Way for Love launches the young New Zealander in a completely different direction.
73% Earbuddy I should note that Williams’ former girlfriend Harding does make an appearance on this album in a song.
60% Drowned in Sound Whilst there is no doubt about his ability as a singer and musician, question marks still remained about his writing capabilities.