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If you don't come with any pre-conceptions or expectations and just listen, you will tap your toes and bob your head. Isn't that what we all need sometimes?
Loverboy is dance rock. I'm loving it. I'm playing it in the office and can hear everyone tapping their toes.
I can't wait to see him in Boston this year, so I can dance with my girlfriend to his new music.
Brett, you're the man!
"Dancing At A Funeral" is a great example of this. If you read the lyrics by themselves without hearing the music or the way it's sung you'd think you were reading a severely depressing song. But set to music it's an uplifting positive song about the circle of life and celebrating the time we have. His music has that kind of power.
"Sydney" is another one that physically prevents you from being able to sit still. First off it's just super positive and uplifting, though again you'd never know it just from reading the lyrics as it touches on some dark details. But the music just makes you move. It literally forces you to move around and dance. (Note. It does not make you dance WELL. You have to have those skills going in. I do not.)
There is something about his voice combined with the music that I can literally feel flowing through me, pushing the stress out of my body. It's that amazing.
I just got into Brett Bennen a couple days ago and I've been listening to his entire catalog ever since. He's really good. And my life is better with his music in it.
Also look up Mumford and Sons and The Shins. My Favorite Brett Dennen son is Ain't No Reason on his "So Much More" album.
Upon first listen, I didn't know what to make of this album. I have all of Brett's CDs after falling in love with Hope for the Hopeless. While, this album is very different than the rest, I absolutely love it, and can listen to it over. It's nearly perfect adult/alternative/pop/folk with a touch of ska/funk.
Surprise, Surprise - the closest to the "old" Brett. A bit introspective, yet still melodic and somewhat upbeat.
Dancing at a Funeral - not one of favorites, but a cute song with a cute message during a bad time
Comeback Kid - A catchy little ditty
Frozen in Slow Motion - the best slow song on the album.
Sydney - No matter how many times I listen to this song, I still love it.
Make You Fall in Love With Me - Instantly puts you in a good mood and makes you want to dance.
Must be Losing My Mind - Great funky beat and lyrics
Don't have time to go on. But if you're in the mood to party, smile, listen to upbeat fun music, this CD is the best... especially for summer It reminds me of a mix of Paul Simon, Matthew Sweet, No Doubt/Sublime, and others throughout.. all and all being Brett Dennen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great new artist. I've enjoyed all of his releases and I would give a thumbs up to all of them. He is a very prolific and talented writer and artist.Published 16 months ago by Alan R. Dennen
All the songs on this cd are total mood elevators. Check out the theme song on tv's "About a Boy" (also on this album) and you get the idea.Published 18 months ago by Mary Castagnoli
I bought the cd for one song the back up kid from the t.v. show about a boy. It took me awhile to start to like the other songs.Published 22 months ago by Dennis Deere
Just discovered this great singer. He is so genuine in his words/music -- it never fails to touch me.Published on July 7, 2014 by dsAustin
I was lying on the bathroom floor and just when I thought I couldn't take anymore along came Brett and cheered me up like you wouldn't believe. Read morePublished on May 21, 2014 by Stripper
There's not a bad song on the set - and several GREAT songs. Catchy pop tunes, insightful heart break songs as well as social commentary. Writes it - sings it - plays it.Published on October 14, 2013 by Patrick K. Mahoney