Friday, April 24, 2009

Sunny outlook for Merriweather


DANIEL Merriweather, second fiddle to both Mark Ronson and Wiley on recent chart raids, fiddles with himself for his first debut album Love And War next week.
And it’s a pleasure to hear him on this soulful, ‘60s infused collection.
From the supurb Chainsaw to the soulful single Change to the mournful Red, Merriweather’s vocals have a timeless quality to them.
And combined with the evocative guitar licks and hammond stabs which bring to mind acts from Smokey Robinson to the Rolling Stones as well as the slick modern drums and production, Love And War should easily fight its way into most collections.

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