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CD REVIEW: Steve Eulberg - Soaring
By Ben Ohmart - 09/10/2001 - 04:20 PM EDT

Artist: Steve Eulberg
Album: Soaring
CD Review: Steve’s new 13 track, 56 minute cd is a combo of instrumentals and melodic pop/easy listening island tunes. Carefree. Even when he speaks of testing atomic weapons in ‘Uncle Jim’s Song,’ you never worry about anything. The mandolin helps.

Though for me, the real blistering presents come in the form of ‘Simple Gifts’ played on the Hammered Dulcimer, a beautiful piece of work, only enhanced by choice of instrument. One of the standout tracks.

Steve plays almost every sound you hear, with the exception of some fiddles, banjo, mouth harp, etc. Quite a talented guy. He’s been working on this album for the last year and a half, getting his soft and spicy guitar work just right, crafting the mellow vocals into a James Taylor house, built with pride.

Good cd to brighten a day off even further.

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