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John Vaughan - Rhapsody From Sixth Avenue (2008)

6-10-2013, 18:24
Music | Folk | Pop | Rock

John Vaughan - Rhapsody From Sixth Avenue (2008)

Artist: John Vaughan
Title Of Album: Rhapsody From Sixth Avenue
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: Bluebird Cafe Berlin Records
Genre: Pop Folk, Folk Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 240 kbps avg
Total Time: 58:22 Min
Total Size: 107 Mb


1. John Vaughan – You Mean The World To Me
2. John Vaughan – Hit The Road For The Sake Of T
3. John Vaughan – Let It Go
4. John Vaughan – I Still Have A Suitcase In Ber
5. John Vaughan – In The End
6. John Vaughan – Give My Regards To Notting Hil
7. John Vaughan – Rhapsody From Sixth Avenue
8. John Vaughan – A Rainy Day In Liverpool
9. John Vaughan – Hamburg
10. John Vaughan – I Wanna Stay
11. John Vaughan – Summer In The Morning
12. John Vaughan – Mozart Sleeps In Brooklyn
13. John Vaughan – The Moon Has Left Town
14. John Vaughan – Rain Go Away
15. John Vaughan – Painting Of A Little Girl With
16. John Vaughan – Anymore Anyhow Anyone
17. John Vaughan – Sputnik Lounge Chill Out
18. John Vaughan – Two Talented Tuba Tuners
19. John Vaughan – Throw A Snowball At The Moon
20. John Vaughan – Gare St-Lazare
21. John Vaughan – Sketches Of Clubland (Berlin 1
22. John Vaughan – Prague 3 A.M
23. John Vaughan – Nina’s Song

It is surely more than serendipity that John Vaughan's magnificent new album Rhapsody from Sixth Avenue came out on the 40th anniversary of the Beatles White Album - the variety and complexity of musical experimentation and production techniques (superbly led by Ramesh Weeratunga), the quixotic switches from ballad to reggae, guitar solo to Joe Kucera's haunting soprano saxophone, weeping guitar solos to Richard de Bastion's marvelous piano all show an artist tipping his hat to his heroes of yesterday while at the same time, in Rainy Day in Liverpool saying what feels like his farewell to his boyhood heroes on a pilgrimage to his musical Mecca.
And so to the songs - an exhilarating mixture of styles and themes - nostalgia, rain and mortality, mixing it up with upbeat themes of optimism summed up by "In the End" - - yet instead of "The love you take being equal to the love you make", we have instead here the fatalism of "In the end it really makes no difference, you always end up where you're going to be". And here is the lie exposed - John Vaughan has made a great difference, to a great many people, and his new album shouts out his artistic talent from the rooftops of Sixth Avenue back through time to the long-empty balconies of Hagelberger Street. Rhapsody sublime - The Notting Hill Gazette hails a masterpiece.

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