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Singer/songwriter/pianist Ian McGlynn introduces himself with an hourlong live debut album, accompanied only by bassist Bill Knudson and his father, drummer Ed McGlynn, performing 15 songs before a small audience at the Lemon Lounge. McGlynn has a burnished, breathy tenor reminiscent of Michael Brown, Colin Blunstone, and Michael Franks, suggesting that a set of covers easily could include the Left Banke's "Walk Away Renee," the Zombies' "Time of the Season," and "Popsicle Toes," all faithfully rendered. But this album contains all McGlynn originals, and they are moody songs of intimate dialogue, for the most part, the repetitive, trance-like lyrics sung over rolling melodies led by McGlynn's piano figures, which are more suggestive of new age than pop/rock, as if he's gotten more out of listening to David Lanz than Billy Joel. Since McGlynn restricts his stage remarks to perfunctory comments, the introspective mood is largely uninterrupted throughout the album, making this, oddly, a debut that seems intended more for the initiated than one likely to attract new fans. (But then, it is released in a tin box limited to 1,000 copies, so maybe that's the idea.)


Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

Pop/rock singer/songwriter/pianist Ian McGlynn is the son of rock & roll drummer Ed McGlynn; his mother is a classically trained pianist. He began playing piano at age three and wrote his first song at 12. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music, he recorded his first album, Lemon, live at the Lemon Lounge on July 22, 2001, accompanied by his father and bassist Bill Knudson, and released it on his own IEM Music label on December 10, 2002. His first studio album, Tomorrow's Taken, appeared...
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