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Cameron Dye

Thick Skin

Review by Gary Hill

This CD is actually a single – with just three songs. The tunes are all different, but the overall effect is of a bluesy singer songwriter motif. This is a cool disc that leaves me wanting to hear more from Dye.

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Track by Track Review
Thick Skin
A rock and roll singer songwriter style permeates this cut. I’d have to say that to this listener there are also traces of Bob Dylan in the mix. It’s a cool tune that has a vague familiarity to it.
All Over You
This is a slow, stripped down bluesy number. It’s a killer mood, but the track seems to run on a bit long for this listener.

Natchez Stew
Dye closes it with a back porch blues stomper. It’s not only a cool track, but also a great way to end this.

 
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