Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Bart Davenport

Honeycut frontman Bart Davenport's Euphoria, off his second solo disc, sounds like a Van Morrison cover. Compare it to the R&B classic Domino - released at the end of 1970 - with its bouncy piano, and horn section. Which is a tribute to Fats Domino, who also featured horns. This links music history back to the 50s.

You can find Davenport's retro-pop track on his 2004 release: Game Preserve on which he seems to gravitate toward 70s singer-songwriters.

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