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Dan Patlansky - Dear Silence Thieves (2014)

9-09-2014, 16:30
Music | Blues | Rock

Dan Patlansky - Dear Silence Thieves (2014)

Artist: Dan Patlansky
Title Of Album: Dear Silence Thieves
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues Rock
Label: Dan Patlansky Music
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:52
Total Size: 101 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Backbite (3:48)
02. Pop Collar Jockey (4:18)
03. Fetch Your Spade (3:49)
04. Hold On (4:59)
05. Taking Chances (2:59)
06. Windmills And The Sea (4:08)
07. Only An Ocean (Reprise) (4:04)
08. Your War (5:44)
09. Feels Like Home (3:24)
10. Madison Lane (4:34)

Dan Patlansky has returned with his seventh album Dear Silence Thieves, which, according to him, translates to “definitely the best live set [they’ve] ever had”. With the repute for legendary musicality and technicality and the success of his previous albums, there is no doubt that fans are highly expectant when it comes to new material.

The album opens with the punchy “Backbite”. Typically blues rock, the foot-stomping beats and catchy riff makes the track danceable. The album then slows its tempo with “Pop collar jockey” which could fit easily with a western cowboy scene. The album stays relatively mellow throughout with “Feels like home” being the upbeat twist before the album’s final song. The slower tempo, however, doesn’t detract from the songs energy and the album remains loud and “in your face”.

The album is littered with skilful solos that showcase just exactly why Patlansky is considered a legend. But solos alone do not make the melodic content and one can see the intense effort that has been put into crafting each riff and vocal line.

The album’s lyrics are generally quite typical to the blues genre which will please fans. However, here too, one can see the effort put into writing the 10 track album as each song’s lyrics are well thought out and a fresh take on typical blues themes.

There are two standout tracks on the album that are not as typically blues as one would expect. “Windmills and the sea” and “Madison lane”, the closing song, are gentler if not more country in style and provide a welcome break from the intense blues sound on the rest of the album.

Dear Silence Thieves is a solid album with infectious beats and catchy melodies. Fans will not be disappointed with an album that promises to be just as exciting as the live show. ~Michal-Maré Linden

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