End of the Day
Was in a group named "Cayenne" in the '70s; toured the U.S. and Canada. Had a bus. Sold some records. Settled down in the San Francisco area and has been playing with some fantastic musicians and singers ever since... Solid Air, Dallis Craft, Danny Sorentino, the list goes on and on. Did a lot of studio work... on the "A" list of guitar players. Now owns his own studio. Sound familiar? Doesn't matter. What matters is the music. Check it out. If you tend to browse the Americana and folk-rock aisle you don't want to miss this: amazing songwriting and perfect arrangements. Doesn't get any better. John is a very prolific writer and he's managed to squeeze in as many songs as a CD can hold on this album. It plays like a movie soundtrack with mood swings as radical as night and day; there are some lyrics here that you've just got to hear... from deadly serious to laugh-out-loud. Do yourself a favor: don't miss this one.