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Man Called Noon

Everybody Move

Review by Gary Hill

The three songs here all fit under the "fun" category. This is best described as "good times pop rock." There isn't a lot of variety here, but they change it up enough to keep it feeling fresh throughout the course of the three tunes. This is a good time set from this Chicago based outfit.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2017  Volume 6 at lulu.com/strangesound.


Track by Track Review
Everybody Move

Energetic and accessible pop rock is the order of business here.

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

There is a glam rock edge to this that works very well. It's a fun number.

One Last Ride

Not a big change, this fast paced pop rocker has a bit of a raunch and roll vibe to it. It's another fun one.

 
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