And while the name Jack Green did not really ring a bell with me, reading through the press information I learned that I must have heard him in one form or the other, After all, he apparently worked with bands like T.Rex, Richie Blackmore’s Rainbow, Pretty Things to name a a few, as well as released a quartet of solo albums in the early Eighties.
After living here and there before moving back to the UK and starting a video company, it has become time to release a set of very personal songs. Some dealing with his wife’s battle with cancer, some with social commentary or some about a dystopian vision of our future.
Musically I reckon this is an amalgam of all the things from his past. It is basically a pop rock album, with a blues lining. The vocals might not be very spectacular, they do get the job done.
The result is a 13 track album with just over 45 minutes of music that are easy on the ears and can be put on any time of day. Nothing earthshattering or new, just rock solid and enjoyable.
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