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CD REVIEW: Table 69 – “Reserved"
By Stacey Board - 04/19/2005 - 09:10 PM EDT

Artist: Band: Table 69
CD Review: “Reserved” may be a misleading title because this is a CD full of powerful pop rock. Table 69 has a serious guitar sound; three guitar players, bass and drums. The singer is giving it all he’s got but not ever overdoing it. There is also a lot of nice harmony going on. They kind of remind me of big power bands like Kansas or Toto, a muscular sound that still has an actual melody and driving energy to it.

They give writing credit to the group as a whole. These guys are not just good musicians they are good producers. They have done their sonic homework. Any of the songs could be on top 40 rock stations. They are not as hard edged as metal, and miles away from the sugary boy bands. Just as a side note, there are actually three songs on the CD that are shorter length radio mixes.

These guys have everything going for them on this CD to get them radio play, fans and attention. Fans of good dancable melodies and well played pop hooks will be glad they checked out Table 69 and “Reserved”.

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