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Dave Sinclair : Full Circle

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Topic: Dave Sinclair : Full Circle
Posted By: Alucard
Subject: Dave Sinclair : Full Circle
Date Posted: February 13 2006 at 07:16

'Full Circle' is the second solo record of Dave Sinclair (Caravan/Matching Mole) released in 2003. I don't know his first record and I was quite curious when I got this one... and I was disappointed. In a way I expected something different from the man who wrote 'Nine Feet Underground' and 'O Caroline'. Full Circle contains  mainly traditional FM Rock songs; the songs  are well written, but this music is just not my cup of tea. The only tracks I really appreciate are those where Richard Sinclair sings lead : a reprise of Matching Mole's 'O Caroline', the beautiful 'That Day' and a part of 'Sancti,(it's  stunning how much Richard's voice can transform a song) and  there is a nice trademark  keyboard solo in the second half of 'Nowhere to hide.

Tadpoles keep screaming in my ear
"Hey there! Rotter's Club!
Explain the meaning of this song and share it"

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