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Don Cavalli's second album is a classic blend of moments of interest in a framework that just doesn't quite hold the interest. Within the framework of a fairly standard electric blues set, turns such as the repeated "how how how" on "Aggression" signal Cavalli's best gift, an ability to lock into a key moment and make it work in an almost obsessive fashion. But on the flip side, the fact that it is a standard electric blues performance means that there won't be much to captivate a listener who isn't already in love with that sound. Cryland isn't a disaster by any means — well-recorded, enthusiastic sounding songs are always a treat — but it's in the end pleasant, not striking.

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Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '00s

Though the French-born Don Cavalli had been in various rockabilly and country groups (the Blue Cats, the Two Timers) since the 1980s, impressing a small but dedicated following with his impassioned Johnny Cash-meets-Charlie Feathers vocals, and even releasing a solo album (2002's Odd and Mystic), it wasn't until he signed to Los Angeles's Everloving Records that he began to get any notice in the greater music and blog community. His full-length Cryland, which featured his amalgamation...
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