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Monday, August 14, 2017

Tres Lobas Enterprises artist: Antry - Devil Don't Care - New Release Review

I just had the opportunity to review the most recent release, Devil Don't Care, from Antry and it's full set of diverse melodic music. Opening with title track Devil Don't Care, a smooth shuffle track featuring Steve Antry on lead vocal, harmonica and guitar, Greg Morrow on drums, Michael Rhodes on bass and Rob McNelly and Pat Buchanan and Brent Mason on guitars.  Always With Me is as smooth and mellow a pop track gets. With warmly blended vocals and easy backing, this track has radio all over it. Leon Russell's dynamic, Prince of Peace gets a stylistic remake with a bit more bite on the vocals and some crisp guitar attack displacing the hammering piano work of Russell. Shaun Murphy's soulful vocals really add nicely maintaining the rowdy feel of Russell's original recording. Antry shows over and again the he has a really warm voice capable of doing most anything he wants, demonstrated nicely on the somber ballad, Borrowed Angels. Anthony Gomes sits in on Devil Gone Fishin' with some scorching hot modern blues riffs. Antry does a modern pseudo blues/reggae track, Get Up, pairing his own vocals with a nicely woven backing by David Smith and Mike Rojas on keys and Shaun Murphy on excellent backing vocals. Very nice. Wrapping the release is an update on Jimmy Duncan's fifties hit, My Special Angel. Antry has an incredibly clear voice and uses it to close hit debut release. 

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