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John Davis - s/t

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Reviewer :
Cor Jan Kat Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Rambler Records
Genre: Christian Rock
Producer: R.S. Field & John Davis
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John Davis is one of creative forces behind the rock/powerpop band Superdrag, that Par raved about here on Melodic.net. John is a singer/songwriter and a very good one! There is so much variety on this album that you can?t really say what the main genre is. There is rock, funk, blues, gospel, country and more. There are comparisons with The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Superdrag (of course!) and many more. For anyone there is something on this album. During his years in Superdrag John got a serious drinkin? problem until one day God came on his path and changed his life. He knew God from his youth, but turned away from Him. But God didn?t turn away from him and put a hold to his destructive lifestyle. In John?s new life there wasn?t room for Superdrag and so he left the band. I think it will be no problem for him because this album is very good. Give this guy a chance, you might be in for a surprise!

Tracklisting 1. Cyclone Galop
2. The Rainstorm
3. Sewing Song (Imitation Of A Sewing Machine)
4. Battle Of Manassas
5. Improvisation On 'When This Cruel War Is Over'
6. Wellenklange (Voice Of The Waves)
7. Oliver Galop For Piano
8. Virginia Polka For
9. Water In The Moonlight
10. Grand March Resurrection
11. Vivo Galop For Piano
12. Daylight
13. March Timpani
14. Reve Charmant (Nocturne)


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