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Album Review

Australian singer Brian Cadd is one of those people who never became as well known as he could have. Those who heard Cadd's 1970s pop/rock felt that he had a lot of potential as both a singer and a songwriter — and, in fact, his songs were recorded by well-known artists like Glen Campbell, the Flying Burrito Brothers, and the Little River Band. But none of Cadd's American releases were big sellers. After recording a few LPs for the Chelsea label in the early '70s, Cadd moved to Capitol with 1976's little-known White on White. Favoring an approach that is somewhere between Elton John and Billy Joel, Cadd delivers an album that is generally decent but not mind-blowing. "All in the Way (That They Use My Face)," "White on White Eldorado," and "W.C. I See" (an ode to actor W.C. Fields) are pleasant, catchy numbers, although one senses that Cadd was capable of more. In 1976, Capitol hoped that people who were into Elton John (whose 1970s drummer Nigel Olsson is employed on this record), Randy Newman, and Billy Joel would get into Cadd as well. But White on White (which has never been reissued on CD) wasn't the hit that Cadd was hoping for, and the LP ended up in the cutout bins after a few years.


Born: 29 November 1949 in Perth, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

b. 29 November 1949, Perth, Australia. As an organist, Cadd came to prominence in bands such as the Groop (1966-69) and Axiom (1969-71), the latter being touted as Australia’s first supergroup. In 1972, after returning from another unsuccessful attempt at the English market, he became a solo artist, following a brief spell as a duo with Don Mudie which resulted in the Australian hit single ‘Show Me The Way’. Cadd gradually built up his following with several piano-based singles and strong albums....
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White On White, Brian Cadd
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  • 11,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1976

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