Dan Patlansky delivers a seriously fierce, fiery representation of his take on old-school blues and early rock. It’s a 10-track musical accomplishment that is sure to leave any blues fan wanting more of his work. The album is a strong testament to Patlansky’s talent, and a welcome addition to any blues enthusiast’s library. With Patlansky himself a producer of the album, his creative control was certainly able to flourish and produce something genuinely his.
Dan Patlansky returns with Introvertigo, the followup to Dear Silence Thieves, which was voted Blues Rock Review’s top album of 2014. Patlansky first grabbed our attention in 2012 with 20 Stones, which came in at number 10 on 2012’s annual list. With that said, obviously expectations for Introvertigo are high, especially with the worldwide success of Dear Silence Thieves. The album begins with the hard rocking “Run.” Dan goes back to the blues with the next track, “Poor Old John.” Patlansky does a really good job of mixing styles on the record. “Loosen The Grip” starts with a brooding piano solo complimented by some tasteful licks that make for a really cool vibe. “Heartbeat” is a dirty blues rocker that’s pretty raw before exploding into the chorus. “Stop The Messin” has an upbeat, modern feel and would make a good candidate for radio play. “Bet On Me” also could be another candidate for a single.
No one ever said that thriving in the music business was easy. In fact, it’s a perpetual tightrope walk: juggling gigs on the road and time in the studio, managing managers and record producers, and paying equal attention to family and fans. Perhaps the most delicate balancing act of all, however, is deciding between art and commerce]…
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Since 1987, Dan Laurin has released some thirty titles on BIS. On his latest disc, Sonates et Suites he has chosen to visit France at an exciting point in time. In the early 18th century, when all of the sonatas and suites included here were composed, the system of censorship that ensured that nothing was printed without royal permission was beginning to crumble, at least in the field of music.