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With another self-released EP, this time Martin Briley offers up two new tracks in addition to two re-recordings of his biggest hit, "The Salt in My Tears" — one slightly more rocking and with contemporary production compared with its '80s counterpart, and one acoustic (unplugged) version. But it is the new tracks that make this EP worthy of Briley fans — "Hi-Rise Love Affair" is guitar riff-driven classic Briley, with his witty wordplay interwoven with catchy pop melodies to create another idiosyncratic classic. The chorus finds Briley back in falsetto, soaring to new heights along with the song's lyrics. It is definitively Martin Briley and the material feels comfortable alongside his '80s material, which is really saying something. And "Nothing" is another downtempo number that almost sounds like Pearl Jam when it kicks off, but quickly becomes recognizably Briley with the ballad-y chorus that evokes songs like "Maybe I've Waited Too Long" or "Underwater." The edge is slightly missing from Briley's vocal on "Nothing," but once he starts multitracking and adding in the orchestration, this song is distinctively the work of the master as he croons, "Maybe you thought I just didn't care/I didn't know how." So while the single may be promoting the newly recorded "Salt in My Tears" versions, the meat and potatoes — and the prize for fans — is in the two new tunes, both instant Briley classics in his inimitable style. A welcome stop-over until the next album.


Nascido em: England

Gênero: Pop

Anos em atividade: '80s

Although probably best known for his '80s hit "The Salt in My Tears," Martin Briley has had a long and varied career as a backup musician and songwriter. Hailing from the U.K., Briley was a founding member of the band Mandrake Paddlesteamer (later shortened to Mandrake), serving as the act's lead guitarist for four years until 1971. In 1974, he joined the progressive rock outfit Greenslade for a U.S. tour and would remain with them for two years, appearing on 1975's Time & Tide set. When Greenslade...
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