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Greg Connors - Here There And Anymore

Greg Connors - Here There And Anymore

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Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Independent
Genre: Pop Rock
Producer: Joseph Arthur
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I have been a big fan of Joseph Arthur since his magnificent debut on Real World almost ten years ago. His clever, beautiful, sometimes dark, melancholic and storytelling poprock is unique. So it?s therefore very cool to see Joseph as a producer for a new discovery I recently did at the mighty MySpace.
His name is Greg Connors and his music can ?easily? be described as a hybrid between Eels, Joseph Arthur, Lou Reed, Joe Henry, Blake Morgan, Pink Floyd and Tom McRae. Well? ehumm? there you have it? easy huh? The atmosphere is real damn cool on the album and Greg?s voice is personal and grabs from his first breath. The album starts out with the beautiful ?Monster? which is one fave, the Pink Floyd smelling ?Long Time Starting? another. The main part of the album is this good and it grows for each listen which probably will raise the grading to a four with a few more listens. It?s therefor highly recommended for all you open minded readers here at the

Tracklisting 1. Monster
2. Heading Home From A Funeral
3. Catty Perhaps
4. Regards (Painting And Departure)
5. Anymore (Long Time Starting)
6. Lodge
7. She's Talented
8. Changing Lightbulbs In The Dark
9. Amasakist - Sic


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