David Myles frequents the same tailor as Buddy Holly and—thankfully—the same muse, but he’s cheating on that muse with the muse of folk-jazz, whoever that is. With catchy, throbbing, simple-but-not-boring and dance-able songs, Myles covers all the important bases in songwriting and performance.
Most of the CD is upbeat, with the unabashed rockabilly opener “Night & Day” seguing to “Real Love,” a tune that might have come from Roy Orbison’s songbook.
By Suze Reviews
One of the things I love most about owning this website (although I honestly love EVERYTHING about owning it) is that I am introduced to artists I might never come across. Canadian David Myles is one of those artists.
I do not always receive music that I thoroughly enjoy as much as I enjoy Myles’ album.
Myles is an Americana artist, combining elements of rock and roll,
The 1950’s. A decade that produced some of the best songs of rock ‘n roll, country music and of course rockabilly. Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly, Hank Williams – the list goes on. And if that decade were to re-introduce itself, it would come in the form of David Myles. The fever of the 50’s is alive and well in Myles (including his amazing fashion sense),