|O'keefe, Danny / In Time|
|Add Date:||2009-09-27||Pull Date:||2009-11-29|
|1.||Dec 08, 2018:||The Iron Skillet |
We're All Strangers Here
|2.||Nov 10, 2018:||The Iron Skillet |
The First Time
Review of Danny O’Keefe’s In Time|
This is the CD you play on those Sunday country
drives. The lyrics are deeply personal, written
by a man who has seen much of life, and has taken
the time to reflect. The music is strongly rooted in the country genre, and the melodies have a time-honored feel that encourages you to listen again and again. FCC clean. Try 1, 3, 7
1.**Strong memorable feel – a favorite.
2. Opening lines are spoken – overall hopeful and optimistic. 3. Soft long about the end of a love affair. 4. Piano driven – made me think of one of Elton John’s ballads. 5. Country feel – think Kenny Rogers. 6. Not one of the better tracks. I thought of elevator music.
7. **Beautiful ballad, co-written with Michael
McDonald. 8. Subtle gospel influences. 9. Nice
10. Guitar-driven song – Nice. 11. Strong jazz
influences -harmonica drives melody between vocals. 12. The beginning is similar to Jeffrey Osborne’s On the Wings of Love. The riff repeats throughout the song.
by Rhonda Goodman
|1.||The First Time||7.||We're All Strangers Here|
|2.||Maybe Next Time||8.||Unspoken|
|3.||Siamese Friends||9.||Back In Time|
|4.||Alone In The Dark||10.||Sleep|
|5.||When You Come Back Down||11.||Last Call|
|6.||Missing Me||12.||A Bedtime Story|