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That These Things Could Be Ours

Robert Skoro

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Album Review

That These Things Could Be Ours is singer/songwriter Robert Skoro's sophomore release, and his first album on Yep Roc. The second fact is important as it shows the 23-year-old singer quickly moving up the food chain and quite capable of delivering a professional product. In many ways, the easygoing vocals and integrated arrangements of That These Things Could Be Ours make it a perfect candidate for Triple A radio. While listeners would never confuse Skoro's vocal on "Old Friend," with, say, Jack Johnson, his style nonetheless carries a similar vibe. The production meshes guitars, pianos, synthesizers, and percussion into an attractive mix that's easy on the ears; Skoro's vocals are likewise user-friendly, adding a bit of pop sheen to his lyrics. One might wish, segueing from "Old Friend" to "China" to "Hungry Ghost," for a bit more variation, and it probably wouldn't hurt Skoro (or Johnson for that matter) to add a bit of grit to these proceedings. It's nice, for instance, when Skoro and friends rock harder on "The Package," but, since it's the last track, it's almost an afterthought. Still, Skoro delivers his songs with confidence, giving That These Things Could Be Ours a warm, comfortable ambience. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr., Rovi

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Genre: Rock

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Imagine growing up loving the widely varying music of Doc Watson, Leo Kottke, Jimmy Page, and Greg Ginn in a small Minnesota town that's "the sociological equivalent of the color brown" — according to the man himself — and you might understand how singer/songwriter/guitarist Robert Skoro came to create his own enigmatic indie pop. While many of his idols were guitar legends, Skoro found songwriting was his strength instead of heavy riffage. When he was 17, a chance meeting with the like-minded...
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