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David Zollo - The Big Night (2002)

13-01-2015, 18:53
Music | Blues | Rock

David Zollo - The Big Night (2002)

Artist: David Zollo
Title Of Album: The Big Night
Year Of Release: 2002
Genre: Blues Rock, Americana
Label: Trailer Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 46:07
Total Size: 108 Mb
Covers: Front

01. While You Undress (5:17)
02. Eye Of The Needle (2:48)
03. Why Don't You Stop Me Now (5:39)
04. The Big Night (4:28)
05. Get Away (3:42)
06. You're Gonna Get What You Wanted (2:56)
07. Lonesome Childhood (7:45)
08. Respect (Ain't A One Way Street) (3:53)
09. Take Me Away (4:15)
10. Driftwood From Kerry (5:22)

Zollo's rootsy songs and his band's loose, shambling grooves form a perfect match on his sophomore album. The feel shifts with the subject of each song; "While You Undress" is a lascivious grin, like a Rolling Stones take on cowboy punk, but "Eye Of the Needle," with its George Harrison-like slide guitar and nasal monotone vocals, presents a gospel message in cadences that recall the Traveling Wilburys. More than anyone, Zollo evokes John Mellencamp, through his dusty lyrics and appealing, rough-edged delivery. With admiral economy and straight-talking eloquence, Zollo finds new perspectives on timeless topics; "Get Away," the only non-original song on the album, is a head-bobbing rocker that stands up to the toughest standards of songs about small-town kids with big, distant dreams, while "You're Gonna Get What You Wanted" conversely celebrates the virtues of hanging around, over an equally contagious shuffle beat. But Zollo also shows a knack for tackling offbeat subjects from a populist angle, as on "Respect (Ain't a One Way Street)," an unlikely blue-collar meditation on etiquette. The Big Night is a snapshot of a significant talent in its first flower, a preview of what may be the next great voice of the Americana genre. ~Review by Robert L. Doerschuk

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