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Tim Easton
New West Records

Tim Easton's fifth album is simply a pleasure to be a part of, from end to end ... and back again. I've yet not had the pleasure (which I bet it is) to take part of his previous releases, but they'll be on order anytime soon. It's the variety of the genres, songs, sounds that makes it all a trip worth taking. So much that it takes away the (ever) need to label or pin down what to call it. Rockabilly, blues, country ... whichever you like. "Broke My Heart", "Stormy", "Baltimore" and "Goodbye Amsterdam" will anyone with a nose for rock and a good tune's playlist. Thinking of it, I think I'll start my own private campaign and sneak a couple of Easto-tunes into my friends' iPods in the future.

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