Peter Cooper

Depot Light Songs Of Eric Taylor

2015-11-05

For me this was my first time listening to Peter Cooper. In listening to this album i thought it was well written for sure, but just seemed to be a little bit on the slower side of things, and methodical. You can tell that he put some time into and wanted to make it sound good, but i just thought that quite a few of the songs sounded the same, almost like they were in the same key. It's not too bad, and i thought tracks 3, 5, and 12 were some of the better songs on the Album.

review by Matt

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