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Prayer of a Common Man

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It's hard to call Phil Vassar's Prayer of a Common Man a concept album, as it contains no narrative, but it sure is conceptual, built upon the trials and travails of the common man in 2008, which naturally means there are plenty of passing references to Republicans and Democrats and the high price of gas. Vassar pumps Prayer full of everyman melodrama and easy nostalgia, supporting his conversational clichés with music that is country in marketing only, as he chooses to support his tales of the common man with songs that deliberately evoke John Mellencamp and Bob Seger — quite literally so with the latter, as Vassar builds in allusions to "Night Moves" and "Roll Me Away" on "My Chevrolet," which plays as if penned for a year-long television ad campaign. He may aspire to Mellencamp and Seger, but his reliance on grandiose piano runs makes large sections of Prayer of a Common Man feel like the work of a Midwestern Billy Joel, especially as the first half of the album is heavy on overheated songs, designed to fill arenas but almost feeling better suited for a theatrical production. Things get a little looser as the album rolls on, as Vassar eases into a great little zydeco rocker called "Why Don't Ya" and indulges in some surprisingly effective psychedelia lite on the chorus of "It's Only Love," which recalls the better moments of Big Kenny. These tunes prove that Vassar is at his best when he doesn't try quite so hard.

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Another great album

Gotta love this guy! His shows are awesome and his songs never dissappoint. He's one of the only artist where I will still buy the whole album because I've never hit a bad song on any of them. Keep em coming Phil!!

Phil's best yet!

Phil Vassar is such a skillful singer/songwriter/musician. Every song but two on the CD were written by Phil himself and really showcase his remarkable talent. Each song was written from the heart and listeners can tell he really lives his songs. Phil should be very proud of this album, as it exhibits some of his best work yet!

GREAT GREAT GREAT

Nice NEW album. I love the song Love Is A Beautiful Thing.

Biografía

Nacido/a: Lynchburg, VA, 28 de mayo de 1964

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Contemporary country singer Phil Vassar made his name as a chart-topping songwriter before landing a record deal and becoming a hitmaking artist in his own right. Vassar was born in Lynchburg, VA, and won a track scholarship to James Madison University, where he first began to take music seriously. He moved to Nashville, learned to play piano, and sang his original material in clubs. One club patron and fan brought Vassar's demo tape to his father, crooner Engelbert Humperdinck, and Humperdinck wound...
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