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Ahhh, there’s nothing like the feel of the open road -
Man, these guys run as smooth and tight as my BMW roadster. Here’s some sax, à la the suave sounds of Kenny G. Overall? More of a, uh, Steely Dan feel. Yeah, that’s the kind of groove they have. More focus on the individual instruments and updated with some rhythm programming, but that mellow vibe is unmistakable. Steve Nieves’ voice has that same sort of subtly soulful, smooth sound. Wow, that phrase would test the mettle of any good pop-
Closing on a car. Red. Ferrari? Yeah, I’d say so. I wonder if some young Hollywood starlet is driving?
Now there’s a familiar song. 1980? ’81? Tell me "How Long" since I’ve heard this song? Paul Carrack tune, I do believe. Carrack's another subtly soulful, smooth singer. I like the hollow-
Hmmm, red Ferrari’s taking the off-
What’s this tune? "King’s Road." Swinging. A synthesized horn states a simple theme -
Oh good, the light’s red. I’ll pull up alongside. Oooh, she is KEE-
"Bruce. Bruce? BRUCE? Wake up."
"Wha’? Huh? Oh, Honey...."
"You must have fallen asleep in your chair."
"Umm, yeah. I must have been in Dreamtown."
Review by Bruce Basset (Soundstage)
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