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Geno's, Pat's or Tony Luke's ?

It's refreshing to see a new singer-songwriter emerge from the Delaware Valley, especially someone who captures the flavor of Philadelphia without ignoring the influences of his musical development. The title track would fit comfortably on Sgt Pepper ,while my favorite track, 6AM, delivers a 1980’s Pink Floyd harmony that wouldn’t be out of place on Wish You Were Here. The overall tone of the album is that of good fun with the spirit of a guy who is clearly enjoying himself. Like a good Philadelphia cheese-steak, Neall Alcott’s Rittenhouse Square delivers a comfortably familiar taste while still being all original. Highly recommended.

Give this CD a listen!

Most of the songs on the cd are pretty good and I can found myself listening to them on the ride to work this summer. My favorites are "When the World Comes Down on You", my feeling with this song is driving down a long highway at about 80MPH, wind blowing the few hairs I have left and thinking about life! Other favs, include "State of Mind", the first song Neall had me listen to; "I'll Be Fine"; "Rittenhouse Square" (listen for the horns in this one! so Beatles like!) Good all-around album!

Amazing Debut CD

Just when I thought there were only two ways to spell the name that's a homonym of "kneel" (Neil and Neal), here comes Mr. Alcott and his two "l"s. In the end, he can spell his name any way he wants if he's going to churn out quality discs like this one, a fine combination of Beatle-pop and Britpop that recalls artists well known (XTC, Michael Penn) and others (Steve Robinson, Gary Henson). If this isn't one of the better unheralded discs you'll hear lately, then my name isn't Steeve, er Steave.

Rittenhouse Square, Neall Alcott
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Sep 11, 2007

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