Vinyl LP £21.99 TMR219
LP on Third Man.
- Includes download code
8/10 Penrith Steve 18th February 2015
"Double Exposure" is not quite as drenched in Beatlesness as Kelley Stoltz' best album, 2008's "Circular Sounds" but it still has him channeling all of his favourite '60s records in a way only Kelley Stoltz can, and there's definitely a Paul McCartney influence to the prominent bass playing throughout, especially on "Still Feel". "Storms" is catchy and grooves along nicely - a promising opener from an artist that I have come to expect good things from. There's a tighter feel to this that his other albums. "Are You My Love" and "Your Face" are good examples of the new, more together sound. The title track is one of the standout tracks. You can't really go wrong with a bit of Kelley Stoltz.
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