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Music Man

Chris Caffery

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Album Review

You'd be hard-pressed to find a musician more productive in 2004 than multi-talented, longtime Savatage and Trans-Siberian Orchestra collaborator Chris Caffery, who cranked out a double-disk solo album and still had enough music left over to fill this eight-track mini-album. And far from a lackluster assemblage of not-worthy castoffs, Music Man does its name justice by showcasing Caffery's admirable range as a singer, guitarist, but especially as a composer. To wit, his talents touch on everything from evocative ballads (the acoustic title track and the ultra-tender "Forever We'll Be"), to venomous, fist-pumping heavy rocker "Pisses Me Off," to classically-formed instrumental "What Child Is This?" and a simple, dignified "Amazing Grace," to the epic progressive rock of "Abandoned" (which would make Savatage leader Jon Oliva proud), to a bona fide Christmas carol (the rather Styx-like "Christmas Is") — possibly left over from his last TSO session. All in all, a wide spectrum offering an ideal introduction to Caffery's subsequent Faces magnum opus.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Christopher Caffery was born in 1967. Caffery is a guitarist who started playing in various bands, working into one called Heaven after a time. As that band was breaking up, he was asked to hook up with Savatage as a temporary second guitarist. After a time, he was offered the option to officially join the group. He left that band for a time to put together a group with his brother. Eventually, that band did not pan out and Caffery was back in the Savatage fold and has been there ever since. He is...
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