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Resurrected in Style!,
This review is from: Time Changes Everything (Audio CD)
We know Squire has been round the block and back again but he has talent that cannot be left without comment.This album, is a 'getting things off his chest album'.'Joe Louis' is a ruff around the edges slice of dirty bluesy rock accompanied by menacing lyrics with Squire's well pronounced northern tongue prominent.'I Miss You' is a beautiful song seemingly inspired by his regretful break-up with Ian Brown, this is a highlight for me, the melody is killer and the execution even more so.'Shine a Little Light' has dark cynical feel and the title track 'Time Changes Everything' is a mellow and flowing tune which, like other tracks, sees Squire expressing his true feelings.'Welcome to the Valley' is another dirty rock song with dark lyrics.'15 Days' is a more cheerful Squire recalling the days of old with The Stone Roses. 'Transatlantic Near Death Experience' has a folk rock feel with beautiful guitar licks.'All I Really Want' is a Lennon-esque style ballad bearing resemblence to 'Imagine'. 'Strange Feeling' is another folk rock indulgence with a chugging guitar sound and finally 'Sophia' which is a beautiful love song with a mellow guitar and a druken sounding voice. This album is a must, Squire is at his musical best and for the first time provides a well sustained voice. This is a beautiful, chilled out album! Well Done John Squire!