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Wow & Flutter

13 Dec 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 30 Nov 2000
  • Label: Songtree Records
  • Copyright: (C) 1999 Songtree Records
  • Total Length: 37:40
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  • ASIN: B002FE87F4

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
He's definitely no "Yapping Poodle"... 14 Dec 2001
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Kyle's songs make me think of nice things. AM Radio (after all, I am 30 something), early Elton John songs, the joy of youth and the love of life. The man can write and play with the best of them and has a great set of pipes. I caught him performing recently and LOVED his passion and easy going demeanor. Like one reviewer said, Kyle just needs to be heard and you won't be sorry. And to the fellow who used the yapping poodle reference, are you talking about the same artist? If so, you are sadly missing out on a true talent.
Highly recommended for people who dig on early Elton, Bread, America, McCartney (and maybe some Beatles stuff), Brian Wilson or, yes, even Barry Manilow (ala Copa Cabana or Mandy period).
You will not be sorry as this guy's music is hooky and melodic. If this were a perfect world Kyle would be "Top 40" but I realize we live in a world that thinks Britney Spears or Limp Bizkit are talented. Unfortunate...
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For Eric Carmen fans 29 Nov 2001
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Great disc. Kyle has a tremendous voice and the songs on this cd are filled with gorgeous melodies. Songs such as "Leave It Alone" and "She's Top 40" will stick in your head long after you've heard them. Fans of (especially) Eric Carmen, Bread, The Carpenters and even Barry Manilow, Air Supply and Elton John will not be disappointed.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Give Kyle A Chance, You Won't Regret It 3 Jun 2001
By "jda592" - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Have you ever come home after a bad day or been stuck in traffic ready to pull your hair out?? I can assume most have. This cd will instantly take you out of that moment and bring you to a place in your heart we tend to sometimes forget is there. Your mind instantly drifts and you truly do feel "Young Again." He's a fantastic musician who just needs to be heard. Try him out!
I love Wow & Flutter 20 Feb 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I think Wow & Flutter is an incredible album. Some of the most heart touching lyrics and melodies imaginable! Though I loved Kyle's self-titled album also, W&F has so much more "reach inside & carry you away kind of music". Kyle's voice is awesome. The production & arrangements are perfect for his gorgeous voice. And the harmonies are Killer! "Leave it Alone" being a perfect example of that.
"No Matter What Will Be" can do no less than steal your heart. And "Van Gogh Sunset", makes me want to run back to my childhood and take back all the moments I let slip away!
One of my other faves on the Album is "Everyday Thing". Gotta love the R&B roots of this one! Just helps show another side of Kyle's musical diversity!
No doubt in my mind or my heart, this is a 5 star CD & one of 1999's best!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not as good as his first, but still excellent 23 Oct 1999
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Kyle's second CD contains more of his polished pop gems. This disc is definitely worth a listen if you like chiming guitars and tuneful songs. There's nothing here as thrilling as "Wake Me Up (When the World's Worth Waking Up For)" or "Arianne" (both from his eponymous first album), but songs like "Jennifer" and "Van Gogh Sunset" have their sublime moments. Vincent wrote "She's Top 40", another imminently hummable tune, with Parthenon Huxley, whose late-'80's album SUNNY NIGHTS was grossly underappreciated in its time and is definitely worth looking for. For fans of Big Star or Badfinger, this album will have many charms, though Vincent lacks the grit (and hence some of the passion) of those classic popsters.
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