By Rob Perez
THE SUNDOGS: MOVE (ALBUM REVIEW)
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“Back with their fourth album Move, Seattle’s The Sundogs return with more of their progressive flavored rock. There’s a little something for everyone and everyone will like it.
The Sundogs begin things with their honky-tonk meets soul meets the ghost of Stevie Ray Vaughn style on their opening track “Battle”, followed by the sweet, heavy guitar track “Refuse”, touched with a bit of late 70’s, early 80’s vibe and great vocals to complete it. More 70’s remembrance will come by way of “Eddard” which has a Steely Dan influence; definitely a jazz-influenced track. We get serious on “Jackie” as it begins with a swaggering, cool bass/guitar intro, but it’s definitely a bass-driven track. “Bust It Up” is a heavy sax track, definitely the most jazz-influenced track on the album. It’s too jazzy sounding to be anything but a jazz single. The title track “Move” is purely acoustic, harmonic, and very Crosby, Stills and Nash inspired.
You’re doing a disservice to yourself if you skip out on Move. It’s an album that will “move” you.”
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