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FM, priscilla ahn, robert frost, zach djanikian Amos Lee brought his electrifying “Rivers of Song Tour” to the Englert Theatre Friday night.
Just two months into 2011, the indie releases have been stacking up, with a few cool records from the major labels in there, too.
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More than other performers in their age bracket, including The Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen, Daryl Hall and John Oates have constructed a coalition of baby boomers who remember where they were when “Rich Girl” or “Sara Smile” first hit the radio, and thirty and twenty-something fans who enjoy the smooth, soulful, and pop-infused style of “I Can’t Go For That” and “Out of Touch” as if those songs came out yesterday.
Hall owes much of his multigenerational admiration to his songwriting – clandestinely innovative and wildly varied – his voice – one of the best in the business – but also his early adaptation of the internet as an enhancement of art and entertainment, rather as a murderer of creativity, as many often call it.
As always, his plaintive voice continues to draw me in. “I’ve Been Thinkin’,” Bedhed and Blondy and the Sleepwalkers This is a pretty song, almost like a letter to a new love.