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Jim Keaveny - Out of Time

  by Mark Rowland

published: 18 / 11 / 2014



Jim Keaveny - Out of Time
Label: Jim Keaveny
Format: CD

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Laidback Dylan-influenced fifth album from Texas-based nsinger-songwriter, Jim Keaveny


Bob Dylan’s shadow looms large over ‘Out of Time’. Jim Keaveny’s voice is reminiscent of 70s Dylan, with the music not far behind. But if you’re going to sound like anyone, you might as well sound like the best in your chosen field. Dylan (and Dylan’s idol Woody Guthrie) might be a big influence on Jim Keaveny’s sound, but his songs are good, and good fun, so it’s easy to ignore that. The songs on ‘Out of Time’ are of good time variety. It sounds like a group of talented friends playing music for the sheer enjoyment of it. While a lot of the songs (‘Eugene to Yuma’, ‘Ridin’ Boots’, ‘The Girl’), the album does move into other roots/folky territory, from the Hispanic influence of Out of Sight to the barroom rock of the title track. ‘Changing’ is the stand-out song on Out of Time – it could be a great lost Dylan ballad. It’s not original, but it’s good all the same.



Track Listing:-
1 Eugene to Yuma
2 From the Black
3 Anything Without You
4 Ridin' Boots
5 I Found a Girl
6 Out of Sight
7 Out of Time
8 Changing
9 Someone to Talk to Blues
10 Parkin' Meter
11 Lucy Ain't Got No Arms
12 How Was I to Know
13 The Girl
14 The Yippee-I-Ay Song


Band Links:-
https://www.facebook.com/jimkeaveny
https://twitter.com/jimkeaveny



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