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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.



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