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Kelley Stoltz is another great, unsung musician who once worked in a mailroom in New York City and found himself crisscrossing the country trying to find a place for his man-in-a-lo-fi-room pop music. His touring band performs on a couple of tracks here, but the focus is still firmly on the quirky singer-songwriter himself. Tunes such as “Rock & Roll With Me,” “Pinecone” and “I Remember, You Were Wild” recall the evergreen power-pop tunes of the late ‘70s, that were themselves influenced by the ‘60s world of Brian Wilson, John Lennon and Gene Clark. Big Boy Pete’s “Baby I Got News for You” rings out a like a pure mid-‘60s classic, with Pete Miller himself on guitar. “Little Girl” features plenty of odd garage-rock quirks with the guitars and bass tangling it up in reverb. “Love Let Me In Again” possesses a great innocence that hardly sounds like 2010. Stoltz is an efficient time-traveler, well aware of the charms of a bygone era.

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under-rated

I Recommend for anybody that enjoys a positvie type of alternative to but this album
Kelley stoltz is and always will be a great musician

Biography

Born: 1971 in Michigan

Genre: Alternative

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

Singer/songwriter Kelley Stoltz grew up in the Detroit area, but eventually found his way to San Francisco after taking a detour to New York City, where he worked in the mailroom at Jeff Buckley's management company. Armed with a four-track recorder and a wealth of lo-fi pop songs, Stoltz began recording his own material, performing all the parts himself and drawing comparisons to artists like Brian Wilson and Captain Beefheart. Those songs caught the ear of Monte Vallier, who helped Stoltz clean...
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