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#1: Album Review - Lee Roy Parnell - Back to the Well

Posted on 2006-06-02 01:30:00 by John Metzger

Album Review - Lee Roy Parnell - Back to the Well

By Tracy M. Rogers

Lee Roy Parnell's latest effort Back to the Well contains the sort of
heartfelt vocals and R&B-laden guitar riffs that make Southern soul
great; unfortunately, his lyrics are rather cliched. The down-home blues
and sublime slide guitar of tunes like You Can't Lose Them All,
Something Out of Nothing, and the title track are wasted on an album
that has more in common lyrically with the Toby Keiths and Tim McGraws
of the world than the blues and soul singers that Parnell is attempting
to emulate. There are a few bright spots, of course, but these songs,
are sadly out of place among the rest of the outing's pop-infused material.

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