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Bill Price - With The Eye Of A Skeptic

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2009
Genre: Singer Songwriter
Producer: Michael Graham, Bill Price
Artist discography



Review

As a fan of The Beatles and Bob Dylan as a teenager, Price set his sights on being a songwriter. "I don't know if it was the realization that I was always going to be just an average guitar player, or the fact that I always have an opinion, that got me headed in the songwriting direction. But, for whatever reason, I just got that fire. I was inspired by certain music to try and do a similar thing, and I still am.."

And you can hear that Bill Price is a Dylan fanatics who know every single note. He is also articulate and act sympathetic, but geeh... this is kinda boring, because the album grabs my attention when he dares to take a road outside the Dylan-complex. Something he's doing on a few tracks like "Skeptic's Lullaby" and "Waterfall #2".  

Tracklisting 1. Hear Me Out
2. Junkman
3. Blue Period Blues
4. In a Flying Dream
5. Election Day
6. Foot in the Dirt
7. Waterfall #2
8. Fixer-upper
9. Henry's War
10. Sticks & Stones
11. Red Cloud
12. Skeptic's Lullaby
13. Last Word


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