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John Young - Significance

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2002
Label: John Young / Demos
Genre: Pop
Producer: John Young
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Review

Imagine a mix between Bruce Hornsby, Marillion, Roger Waters and Peter Cetera
and were quite near this guys garden of music. Its sure a nice piece piece
of plastic that I got from John last week. Sure - its demos - we must all be
aware of this. The sound isnt 100% and the drum-machine sound are really
boring on some of the songs, but apart of that Im really impressed. Its a
very unique cup of tea he delivers. As I said - its impossible to categorize
this cd. On some songs - all Marillion freaks (the Hogarth era) will scream
yippie, on some songs the Bruce Hornsby fans will be more than happy and then
there are well I shouldnt say westcoast pop - but in a little more modern costume.

If this album had a real productionbudget and if the album was by Pat Leonard
it would have ended up at a very high level. The alck of productions pull down the grading a bit - but all in all a highly interesting newcomer that Im sure we will hear a lot more from.

Tracklisting 1. Significance
2. All Gone
3. Closer
4. When I Was Young
5. Papa
6. Open Skies
7. Underside
8. Stranger Than Fiction
9. Listening
10. Used
11. Under Angel's Wings
12. Just One Day
13. Insignificance


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