A-t-il fallu dix secondes ? Disons vingt. Le rythme galopant, moitié rockabilly supersonique, moitié « jungle beat » des orchestres jazz des années 1940 s’empare du corps et hop ! On est debout, on danse. L’ordi dans le bureau, impassible, attend que la frénésie passe. Mais ça dure. Tout le long de Night and Day, la chanson qui lance l’album Real Love de David Myles.
By Doug Gallant, The Guardian
Never try to pigeonhole David Myles.
Just when you think you have him figured out he’ll throw you a curve ball.
The Fredericton-born Myles has been doing that now for more than a decade with recordings that embrace everything from folk, pop and old school soul to Latin jazz and rap.
And he does it again on “Real Love”, his 10th studio recording.
(recorded at Beehive Productions Studio in Saranac Lake, New York)
Canadian singer-songwriter David Myles grew up admiring the crooners so popular in the 1950s and 1960s – you know the ones: Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Chet Baker. And he channels those musicians admirably in his new recording, ‘Real Love.’ It’s a fun record, one filled with songs that’ll make you want to dance – and that,