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First solo studio album in five years! This album shows Kramer taking another fearless leap into the future, and landing on both feet. Featuring Syd Straw on 'What About Laura?', The Hellacopters on 'Talkin' Outta School' & Mars Williams & X-Mars-X on 'Ne
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Sonically, the production takes a bit of getting used to... with programmed drums used on several tracks and the vocals mixed way up front, the vicious "take-no-prisoners" attack of his first two Epitaph solo outings is somewhat missing... but make no mistake... these are still guitar-driven songs... just delivered in a slightly more focussed, purposeful, and dare I say, "adult" manner.
If you've ever appreciated the insightful, literary quality of Lou Reed's best work, but wished that his music consistently rocked harder, then this is an album you should check out... compelling and righteous rock & roll designed for humans with a brain and the ability to recognize and appreciate great art!
Stands up extremely well to repeated listenings.
from "Brother Wayne." On this CD he sounds
more like Bruce Springstone and Cougar
Mello-camp. You know and I know that Wayne
can do better, much better. On this CD he
takes the Motor City Ted Nugent Type sound
of thirty years ago and dishes it up again.
Now I used to be amazed at the Coltrane and
Sun Ra inspired jams that Wayne Kramer used
to do with the Five. He even sounded great
doing "Rambling Rose" at the Grande. If you
remember "Looking at You," then you are aware
that Wayne can reach the dizzying heights of
free-rock, jazz, or musical expression.
Come on Wayne, get back to the real stuff!