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Album Review

Steve Forbert's first collection of new songs since Evergreen Boy in 2000, Just Like There's Nothin' to It boasts a pair of fine new tunes, the well-observed "I Just Work Here" and the buoyant, poppy "Autumn This Year," both of which show that Forbert can still write a fine song when the gears mesh properly. The album also benefits from Jason Lehning and Marc Muller's production, which is strong and effective without weighing down the melodies, while offering space for guest spots from Edie Brickell and Bruce Springsteen sideman Garry Tallent. Featuring a solid studio band and Forbert in solid (if maturing) voice, Just Like There's Nothin' to It ought to appeal to his core of fans, even if it isn't likely to expand their number.


Born: 13 December 1954 in Meridian, MS

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Anointed "the new Dylan" upon his recording debut, folk-rock singer/songwriter Steve Forbert was born in Meridian, MS, in 1954. After learning guitar at age 11, he spent his high school years playing in a variety of local bands before quitting his job as a truck driver and moving to New York City at the age of 21. There, he performed for spare change in Grand Central Station before working his way up to the Manhattan club circuit. After signing to Nemperor, Forbert debuted in 1978 with Alive on Arrival,...
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