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Tim Blane - In The Meantime

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Reviewer :
Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: ProvoSpain Records
Genre: Singer Songwriter
Producer: Chris keupp & Stewart Myers
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Review

The Boston-based singer songwriter Tim Blane?s album has been a favorite at the mighty AWARESTORE since it was released. And I can understand why, cause this is a very good album, and musically we?re somewhere between the sound of Daniel Powter, Jason Mraz, Gavin DeGraw and Amos Lee. The opening ?Fan Of Your Eyes? is one nice tunes, the ballad ?Drifting And Driving? is a lovely piece that could have been on James Blunt?s latest album, and the softer ?Firecracker? where Tim is accompanied by an acoustic guitar, a single piano a his great voice is another really nice tune. And it is at these softer songs my heart beats a little faster. The ?middle of the road? and uptempo tunes are not bad at all but they are tunes that get into one ear and out in the other without grabbing the attention to me. But overall a really good album that I can recommend all you suckers with the same taste as me. Go and listen now folks.

Tracklisting 1. Fan Of Your Eyes
2. In The Meantime
3. Good Luck
4. Drifting And Driving
5. That Way
6. Firecracker
7. Crazy
8. How It Goes
9. What Do We Do Now?
10. Bad Beer And Chips


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