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CD REVIEW: Brian Cline - Hold the Keys
By Ben Ohmart - 05/21/2007 - 10:34 AM EDT

Artist: Brian Cline
Genre: Pop/Rock
CD Review:
'in a hurry, in a mess / to keep the clock from beating us / sometimes I think its not life at all / in a rush to get it done / what happens / when its not enough / and nothing's left that matters / its all gone'. So says the rock title track 'Hold the Keys'. Sometimes Brian lets us go soft, like 'Joe (for Pop)', since much of this is a pensive, peaceful cd, with a cool, clear Cline at the voice. Acoustic guitar is the primary instrument, but it's far from folk. This is pop-rock, folks, introspective though it is. More uptempo than down on the rocks, and very professional sounding. Good songwriting all along the radio-quality voice.

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