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Soldiers & Sailors on Rivers [Import]

Vaughn, Danny Vaughn, ボーン Audio CD

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5.0 out of 5 stars The next step 13 May 2000
By "tjc6955" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Soldiers and Sailors is a GREAT Cd and a natural progression from the direction the band was going prior to breaking up. While I would have preferred to have them continue with the Tyketto line up (Brooke included), the music on S&S has all the ingredients for the band to finally get the recognition they deserve. Danny's vocals are strong yet soft, Michael's drum playing is the best I have EVER heard him play, Jaime's bass playing helps keep the songs tight, and the addition of Kyle and PJ bring a new flare to an already great band. While I prefer Brooke's cleaner and more fluid style of playing, PJ definitely holds his own on this record. There was always a touch of keys in the background on the previous Tyketto records, but Kyle brings the ivories up front where they can ring out and be heard. All in all, I think this album is the best one I have heard from anyone in a LOOOONG time and am looking forward to seeing how they translate live. Lets hope they can continue to improve on a product that seems impossible to top.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unmissable 5 Nov 2000
By sunsetovereden - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album is my favourite purchase of the year so far, and let's face it, the year's almost over (November)! I had no real preconceptions before I bought it, as I had heard only one or two Tyketto tracks prior to that, so it was with an open mind that I slipped it into my CD player. What I heard just blew me away and it's scarcely been out of my stereo since! It is such a diverse album - one minute it's moody (Bad Water), the next it's upbeat and boppy (Is That All There Is) through to funky (Stone Monkey) and mellow (Handful of Rain). Shadowland is simply a masterpiece and The Voice is spine-tinglingly beautiful. What weaves all these songs together is the incredible vocal talent of Danny Vaughn, backed by some of the finest musicians I have had the pleasure to hear (and see) in the past few years - Michael Clayton Arbeeny on drums, PJ Zitarosa on guitar, Jaimie Scott on bass and Kyle Cummings on keyboards - all supremely talented. Go on, treat your ears to a classic album!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where has this band been hiding? - (Great new music) 9 May 2000
By Terry Nettles - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This album is very profound, almost spritual. Anyone who enjoys Danny Vaughn/Tyketto should have this CD as part of their collection. Once again they have run the gamut musically. The vocal recordings are clear and all the instruments are extremely well recorded. This group is extremely talented but some reason underated. I look for this "sleeping giant" to be awakened and taking mainstream listeners by storm. Do yourself a favor and order this , I promise you will not be disappointed.
4.0 out of 5 stars Vaughn - Soldier And Sailors On Riverside 17 Jun 2001
By Fred Monster - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
So here it is, the long awaited album of the three ex-Tyketto members Danny Vaughn, Jamie Scott and Michael Clayton Arbeeny, together with newcomers P.J. Zitarosa (guitars) and Kyle Cummings (Keys). A lot of people had hoped for a new Tyketto album, but it isn't. Sure, a song like Is That All There Is? could have been on Don't Come Easy or Strenght In Numbers (and probably would have ended up as one of my favorite songs, just like it does here) but I would be telling lies if I'd say that the band hasn't changed, matured as they say. In other words, they've partly drifted away from the Tyketto sound, hence the namechange. For some people this will be disappointing, others will love it. Fact is that we haven't been able to grow with the band for the simple reason they haven't existed for the last couple of years. Personally I like, no love this album. Bad Water has a threatening The Good The Bad and The Ugly kind of intro after which the song turns into a heavy slowbanger. The already mentioned Is That All There Is? is my absolute favorite of the album. What a monster! They don't come better than this! Every verse, every chorus, every single thing about this song breathes class. No wonder Maximes went completely nuts when they played this song at Z2000... Healing Hands has a more or less Tyketto feel as well, although not as overflowing. The gospel choir would have been unthinkable during the Tyketto period. Handful Of Rain is a beautiful muggy ballad, driven by an acoustic guitar. We're talking about one of those songs on the album that hasn't got that Tyketto feel but it's a damn good track as well. Less good, and my least favorite track on the album is Stone Monkey. I really don't quite get why this song's on the album. The jazzy influences make me kind of nervous, but I guess the Vaughn guys themselves love it as they even played it live in Wigan. Fortunately it's short. On Shadowland the quality goes up again. This one could have easily been on Strenght In Numbers. It's midpaced, catchy, hookladen and whatever clichés you can think of. Great tune! The title track opens with just Danny's vocals over a piano. Again a beautiful track that continues almost completely acoustic, with great basslicks from Jamie Scott, probably one of the best bassists around. On Paradise Ain't Home Danny pulls his harp. No surprise the song - without being country - has got a real cowboy feel to it. This counts even more for Gandy Dancer, on which the opening bars have the same sound effects as Bon Jovi's Ride Cowboy Ride. The Voice almost ends the album. Again a slow, almost balladlike song, but just too loud to be called that. The song that really ends the album is a strange hidden track about doing about everything to get to know a girl/woman. Soldiers And Sailors On Riverside is a very good album, if you give it a fair chance. Comparing it to Tyketto is as inevitable as it is unfair. Inevitable because three of the members played in that fabulous band, unfair because they changed their name, to state that something had changed. So being unfair, I'd say that the main difference between the two bands is that P.J. Zitarosa is a complete different kind of guitarist than Brooke St. James. Brooke's crunchy riffs are what I miss most on Soldiers.... But the songs have changed as well and therefore I think everyone that thinks we're talking about the new Tyketto here, should take a listen to this album before buying it, just to avoid disappointment. I don't think people should be disappointed because most of the songs are very good. It just takes some time to get into them. I can honestly say that it has grown on me immensely since I got it and I will judge it like that as well. It's a shame about Stone Monkey otherwise this album would have gotten the full score, but just like the Two Fires album it won't make it. Better luck next time! Or was this a one-off?
4.0 out of 5 stars Vaughn Shines In Debut! 13 May 2000
By Russell Como Jr - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I have been following Danny Vaughn from the late 80's when he was playing with a band called Waysted. I have been a big fan all along and i was so anxious to see what his new project would sound like. Well, it was everyting i expected. Original Tyketto guitarist Brooke St. James is no longer playing with them. In his place is a great young guitarist PJ Zitarosa. The rest of the band is the same as Tyketto. An addition is keyboard player Kyle Cummings. The new cd "Soldiers and Sailors on Riverside" is a great melodic mix of rock, blues and some soulfoul singing by Danny Vaughn. From the rocking opening track "Bad Water" to the very catchy "Is That All There Is", this cd is full of great moments. The title track is one of my personal favorites. For the Tyketto fans, take a listen to "Shadowland", and "Healing Hands" and you will hear the Tyketto sound. All in all this is a very solid debut cd for Vaughn. I seen them in concert last night and they were totally amazing. Lead guitarist PJ Zitarosa is amazing. He did Brooke St James' guitar solos note for note and he did some amazing work on the new songs as well. If you like good melodic rock and nice ballads then get this cd.
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