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John Batdorf - Home Again
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John Batdorf - Home Again

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Pär Winberg Format: Album
Year: 2006
Label: BatMac Music
Genre: Singer Songwriter
Producer: John Batdorf
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This man had a career with a duo called Batdorf and Rodney back in the 70´s when the legendary a&r man Ahmed Ertegun signed them. The guy is still around and has now released a CD that actually is a fresh and good moment in a mix of a singer songwriter tradition combined with a touch of the westcoast-scene a´la The Eagles, Venice and America. John´s voice is really impressing and is quite close to Don Henley´s in style. The beautiful and soft "Ain´t Like Home" ,the Eagles smelling "Me And You" and the Venice-smelling "Solitude" are three favorites. A pleasant album that won´t change the world but still need to be discovered if you like good singer songwriter rock with flirts of the 70´s scene from L.A / The Bay Area.

Tracklisting 1. Home Again
2. Me And You
3. I Don't Always Win
4. Ain't It Like Home
5. Solitude
6. I Never Wanted
7. Can't Be Trusted
8. Something Is Slipping Away
9. One Night Stands
10. Where Are You Now?


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