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Carey Ott - Lucid Dream

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2007
Label: Dualtone Music
Genre: Singer Songwriter
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Review

Chicago based singer/songwriter Carey Ott makes music like he was a veteran in the business, some of these songs could easily have been featured on a Traveling Wilburys album.
Carey writes music like poetry and it?s not a secret he?s been influenced by artists like Robbie Robertson, Damien Rice and Tom Petty.
I also think he sounds a bit like Michael Penn and Julian Lennon at times, I just love the sound of an analog recording in these digital infected times.
The calm "Kickingstones" opens up like a flower in spring with Carey?s heartfelt melodies and the more rootsy folkrock of "It?s only love" sounds like the perfect song to heat up the temperature in a small rock club.
The nice pop song "I wouldn?t do that to you" is handmade for a long ride in your car and "Shelf life" will surely attract all fans of Tom Petty faster than a blink of an eye.
This is an acoustic based album but Carey also shows he likes to rock like my personal faves "You got love" and "Daylight".
Carey Ott - remember that name!

Tracklisting 1. Am I Just One
2. Daylight
3. Hard to Change
4. I Wouldn't Do That to You
5. Shelf Life
6. Virginia
7. Kicking Stones
8. You Got Love
9. Mother Madam
10. It's Only Love
11. Sunbathing
12. Lucid Dream
13. Style
14. Lie On Love


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