Very nice ....
JWB blends lots of influences with style and class.
depression/recession/concession - we'll get through it all.
The last time I wrote a little review about Jive White Boy it was "2031". My, my, how time does slip away ... and it was November too, and I remember I had talked about how my pal, old Rascal, had curled up in his favorite place on his old Navajo blanket waiting for the warm air to spill out on top of him from the fireplace that I had lit here in the cabin. Tonight, almost a year later with the feel of frost in the night air, I'm wrapped up in my autumn memories of old Rascal - all that is left of him with me now since he fought the good fight like the trooper that he was and closed his eyes here on this earth in the dark early hours one morning this past May with me by his side as he quietly, and as peacefully as was possible, slipped away to that magical Rainbow Bridge to wait for me when my time comes. Tonight I'm also wondering about "2031" ... where it went to, and, or if perhaps even "Twenty Thirty-One" might hold some synchronous clairvoyant meaning. Well, so much for my mystical ponderings ... it's back to the present and one of Jive White Boy's new tunes, "The great depression". Once again I find myself entranced by the imagery in these haunting lyrics and enchanted with the melodic ebb and flow of JWB's sweet vocals and harmonies as this talented songsmith carefully paints a mesmerizing picture on a wonderfully arranged and produced musical tapestry. "The great depression" - a great song ... and perhaps a timely addition to Legendary Music ... synchronicity in motion!! Welcome back Jive White Boy!