Tim Reynolds -Live At Radio City

Tim Reynolds -Live At Radio City
Artist: Tim ReynoldsReview: Long before is band was treating stadium crowds to sax solos andjammy polyrhythms, Dave Matthews was a frat-house troubadour,playing freewheeling acoustic gigs with his buddy, guitar whiz TimReynolds. Matthews has kept doing the occasional unplugged showthrough the years, and on this two-disc live album, recorded inApril, much of his material stands up just fine without full-bandwizardry. Matthews highlights the warm, sensitive-dude beauty atthe heart of cuts like the previously unrecorde… Rating: 3 Stars[Lees verder]

Sum 41 -Underclass Hero
Artist: Sum 41Review: When they deputed six year back, Sum 41 were pretty likable andpretty ordinary – just goofy, popwise Canadians down with vintagemetal, Blink-182 and dick jokes. Since then, Deryck Whibley marriedAvril Lavigne, and the band got famous and lost a guitarist, butSum 41 haven’t exactly taken their sound to new heights:Underclass Hero is long on openhearted tunes about brokenhomes, youthful alienation and such, which draw on every pop-punkdevice you could think of, including arena-size choruses… Rating: 2 Stars[Lees verder]

Tim Reynolds -Live At Radio City
Artist: Tim ReynoldsReview: Long before is band was treating stadium crowds to sax solos andjammy polyrhythms, Dave Matthews was a frat-house troubadour,playing freewheeling acoustic gigs with his buddy, guitar whiz TimReynolds. Matthews has kept doing the occasional unplugged showthrough the years, and on this two-disc live album, recorded inApril, much of his material stands up just fine without full-bandwizardry. Matthews highlights the warm, sensitive-dude beauty atthe heart of cuts like the previously unrecorde… Rating: 3 Stars[Lees verder]

Sum 41 -Underclass Hero
Artist: Sum 41Review: When they deputed six year back, Sum 41 were pretty likable andpretty ordinary – just goofy, popwise Canadians down with vintagemetal, Blink-182 and dick jokes. Since then, Deryck Whibley marriedAvril Lavigne, and the band got famous and lost a guitarist, butSum 41 haven’t exactly taken their sound to new heights:Underclass Hero is long on openhearted tunes about brokenhomes, youthful alienation and such, which draw on every pop-punkdevice you could think of, including arena-size choruses… Rating: 2 Stars[Lees verder]

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