As polished as a home recording comes, Derek Clegg’s Alone has a personal and full feel that brings on thoughts of David Gray, Damien Rice, Wilco, and Ryan Adams. The opening song, Nighttime, sets a mood that flows through the ups and downs of a diverse album. Resuscitate and Betty, with tongue in cheek lyrics and catchy melodies, would suite any acoustic music enthusiast’s catalogue. Sorry and the title track Alone, fit in with the layers and builds of Coldplay and Gomez. Level it out with My Escape, which sounds like an acoustic Postal Service b-side, making Alone an indie album with many flavors that would suite any music fan looking for something a little different.
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