(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,
While on a late December drive up to Aroostook County to see family, I started scanning the radio dial in hopes of finding some good music or a talk show to keep me company.
I was still a few miles south of the Houlton exit when I heard part of a song that nearly made me drive off the road. The music and static were fighting each other as I pulled over in hopes of finding a spot where I could pull in the distant signal.
To truly judge an album, we love to climb into the car and head out on to the open road. Lines blurring, the motion of the city turning into the country. These are the things that provide the backdrop for fully settling into an album. It was true from the invention of the radio and will stand the test of time.
Most recently we have been vibing on David Myles new album Real Love.
Le très sympathique David Myles — qui s’était arrêté aux Sessions Lunchs de Plaque tournante à l’automne dernier — reviendra à Montréal lors de sa tournée Real Love Tour et se produira en formule intime au Gesù. Ce sera le temps de célébrer son 10e album en carrière, Real Love, aux influences rock’n’roll qui saura en faire danser plus d’un, voire absolument tout le monde !
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