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KENNY WHITE

COMFORT IN STATIC

2010-05-11

This is Kenny White's third solo release and even though the "Uninvited Guest" and "Symphony In 16 Bars' were some of the best overlooked discs, "Comfort In The Static" is stellar and should make Kenny White a household name. Kenny attacks the silver keys the way Bruce Hornsby used to and has the cynical storytelling of a Graham Parker or Elvis Costello at their best. The track "Out of My Element" is lyrically one of the finest tracks I have ever heard. "She's Coming On Saturday" showcases Kenny's Jazz styling's on the piano. On "Gotta Sing High" Kenny takes poke at bands like Five for Fighting on what it takes to get a hit single. " Carry You Home" was my favorite track showcasing Kenny's cynical storytelling with some of his best piano, background choirs and a powerful message for all mankind. Enjoy this CD as it features an artist on the verge of greatness. Reviewed By: Gregg Saur

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