MP3 Clay Mottley Band - Stormy Words
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9 MP3 Songs
POP: Folky Pop, FOLK: Folk Pop
BILLBOARD Newspaper - January 15, 2000
Reviews and Previews (*Received "CRITIC'S CHOICE")
Hooky, modern rock foursome delivers a self-produced indie debut that should reverberate well beyond the act's mid-Atlantic base. Leader Mottley, who wrote the album's nine selections, has a strong warm rock-tenor voice and a master craftsman's touch for melody and words that are unfailingly substantive and intriguing. Acoustic and electric guitars fluid percussion, and bas are perfectly colored with mandolins here, a sax there, and seamless vocal harmonies throughout. The band proudly shows such a multitude of influences (latter-day Doobies sophistication, America-with-guts, Fogelberg/Weisberg jazzy/pop) that it can rightly lay claim to a sound uniquely its own. Though there's not a weak moment here, "What I Call Life" is one of several cuts that simply beg for AC and top 40 airplay and portend great things to come.
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