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Two reviews for "Mixing My Emotions: 1995-2010"

Boston rock and roll magazine and website The Noise” writes this about “Mixing My Emotions”:

Paul has been performing for decades, both onstage in theatrical productions and as a solo pianist/singer/ songwriter. This is a compilation of songs recorded over a 15-year period. If you are a fan of Elton John’s power ballads from 1972-1975, you are going to really like these songs. While the production of these tunes hasn’t aged as well as the songs (right at the beginning of the home studio boom), Tait performs them with an earnest passion and relentless sense of melody. I easily could see any one of these songs playing over the end credits of some summer blockbuster, or romantic comedy. Get on that, will ya, Paul? This is not for jaded indie rockers. It’s not for the emo crowd or the punk crowd. It is for the heart on the sleeve hopeless romantic. I dare you to listen to this and not feel moved. (Joel Simches)

Metronome Magazine, New England’s most respected local music ‘zines, has this to say about “Mixing My Emotions”:

On Paul Tait’s latest offering “Mixing My Emotions”, the singer-songwriter-pianist has assembled a fine collection of songs that span the years 1995-2010. Think of early Billy Joel ad Elton John and you get the idea of exactly where Tait is coming from musically. Our favorite tracks include “Everybody I Know”, the Lennon inspired “Faith In You”, the Styx infused “1975”, and the emotive “Survivor After All”. –(Doug Sloan)

Mixing My Emotions, Paul Tait
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Mar 27, 2012

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