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Bob Balsley - It Takes a Big Dog
what a tasty, bluesy treat, w jazzy lead guitar (knows all the chords lol), a smooth, happenin'' vocal, jumping' rhythm section, and funny, witty lyrics, that tell a story, and quite a character also, rock on, kudos...oh yeah, the sax rocks around the clock...
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Hop On Pop - Break My Heart
Well I'm exhausted after that manic Pop song and I think I've developed a new memory groove that keeps shouting out "Break my heart" There should be a prize for any listener who guesses the correct number of repeats - I think the solo guitar had a bigger vocabulary than the lyric writer. The highlight for me was the speed clapping, the doo doos and the whoo whoos. I bet this band performs with Bobby-socked dancing girlies, there's a whole stereotypical vibe going on here like rhyming feeling with reeling, so well worn - try 'dancing on the ceiling' or 'not too appealing' maybe. My only challenge here was to read the words fast enough, the tune only needed 2 lines to get me joining in (against my better judgment). I wonder why it needed 6 band members to produce this little cheerleader Pop Hopping ditty... or should that read ditto (break my heart, ditto, ditto) I think the writer likes this song as in the absence of reviews he writes his own, all good - well now he has a classic CS bad one to add to the list. The follow up should be "Break my boredom" Choosy Susie 2017
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Bryon Tosoff - who knows what lurks within you?
Halloween? no, this is more Hello wiener. It takes a huge ego or a brave musician to upload a song he knows only the curious or deranged will listen to (I'm the curious) I know what happened here ; someone's favorite Uncle (Fester perhaps) has been kidnapped and forced to sing (I use the term loosely) while holding up a card that reads "Send $1 Million before this song self destructs and worms its way into the ears of the unsuspecting Universe causing a Bad Song Pandemic" Oh dear, maybe it's too late! One blessing, the singer is obviously locked in a padded room far away from the recording studio, so his message is indistinct apart from the worrying and constant reminder that something might be "lurking" within us - I know what's lurking in me now and I hope I can finish this review before it makes an appearance. A cross between The march of the Zombies, The Shadow Radio show and Oscar Peterson (post 2007). Serious jazz enters briefly but it's chased away by some blood curdling screams until finally someone ends the misery, for the performer, and everyone in fact. - Choosy Susie 2017
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Verity Keen - Is anyone out there?
Oh please let me nestle in those first earth trembling piano chords as I sink back and let this song caress me like a warm breeze, But wait, I am awakened with a musical kiss by the dulcet tones of a delicate English Moonflower begging for attention. As I am transported Moonwards, I see that cool lunar glow, I feel it's magnetism as I get closer to an Indie Heaven vibrating in my ears. This vocal Angel takes my hand and guides me to a place where music is like nothing on Earth. Am I going to disappear into a black, indie music hole or will I reach the ultimate Super(bossa)Nova? My enchanted ears pick up a long distance message wafting over the airways, I see the little silhouetto of a homeless artist in the wilderness. It's hard to imagine life without songs like this. I feel truly touched, like a virgin, for the very first time and I'd gladly take a giant leap of faith and rocket this song up the IMP charts. Choosy Susie 2017
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negative tendencies - More Than Just Words
If this is the "Greatest American Band" I feel sorry for America, I wonder which first grade class took that poll? But, maybe it's just the greatest band at number 1 Rockless Close, Smallsville, American Samoa. Now I'm never sure if Barry Manilow died or not but I think this band dug up something he buried years ago. I'll rename the song "More than enough words" because if you take away the repeats you practically have a 'one liner' jingle (and there is some actual backing jingling too) Maybe the vocalist suffers from bi polar tendencies rather than negative ones as he switches from being a glum romantic to a hysterical lover, screaming his protestations. There is a sweeter and more constant sound coming from the solo guitar actually. He says "I know you've heard it before" well how true that is! Ah, now I get it, I think they're waiting at a bus stop - hope that Greyhound comes soon to take them away as I think both the singer and myself are crying by the end. The tires on this bands vehicle have worm so thin and turned too many times - Choosy Susie 2017
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