MP3 Ken Boynton - Find A Way
Komplettes MP3 Album von Ken Boynton
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "The heartfelt lyrics and vocals echo the John Hiatt school of Americana Music, with lead guitar straight out of the book of Eric Clapton, and a Strat blues flavor that will melt any guitar lover's heart."
Käufer, die sich für (Dire Straits Tom Petty Bruce Springsteen John Hiatt) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Here are some reviews. The first group of quotes is from the Italian website https://www.tradebit.com, translated by https://www.tradebit.com.
"A disk advised to those who love the commistioni between country and rock, a rock typically American and roots on the example of large like Caterpillars Springsteen, John Hiatt and above all Tom Petty."
"Its sense of the melody united to a grim expression absolutely to hold in consideration give back "Find A Way" a more than product sufficient."
"Large it is the work of guitars, acoustic and electric..."
"...a voice that remembers me a little the large Roger McGuinn."
"Find A Way" is melodically one of the points of force of the disk, a ballad of large thickness.."
...and here are some quotes and reviews from America:
"Ken Boynton writes songs that touch the listener in a personal way. Whether the subject matter is as serious as can be, or lighthearted and whimsical, Boynton's songs hit home."
-Jason Parker, Asst. Program Director, KMTT
"The Mountain" Seattle, WA
"Ken Boynton has created an album that has familiarity while boasting originality. The heartfelt lyrics and vocal expression have echoes of the John Hiatt and Van Morrison school of Americana music. The lead guitar work is straight out of the book of Eric Clapton riffs, with a Strat blues flavor and expression that will melt any guitar lover's heart...the timeless aural gems have what legendary rock and roll classics are fashioned around, great vocals and equally matched instrumentation."
-Downeast Music Reviews
"Ken Boynton's buoyant tenor makes ebullient folksy/roots rock that's good for listening to while drinking a beer and sitting in a midtown bar... it'll probably put everyone in a party mood. Boynton should lead an assault on American radio soon."