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Val Davis — All Over The World
Album: Immortal
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Released: 1996
Length: 6:00
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Originally Posted by pollox: music is marginally acceptable, but the subject matter has been done to death. At this point any time I hear the phrase 'september eleventh' I feel... revulsion. Less at the event itself, than at the media's treatment of it and the exploitation of the event after the fact. I really cannot comment on the writer's integrity or sincerity, and I would like to hear more of his stuff, but I would prefer to never hear this song again, nor any others about this subject.
Who else has done "this subject" from that perspective though? Only Steve Earle comes to mind, which I wouldn't consider "done to death". Then again, I could be completely wrong. I don't git out much.
music is marginally acceptable, but the subject matter has been done to death. At this point any time I hear the phrase \'september eleventh\' I feel... revulsion. Less at the event itself, than at the media\'s treatment of it and the exploitation of the event after the fact. I really cannot comment on the writer\'s integrity or sincerity, and I would like to hear more of his stuff, but I would prefer to never hear this song again, nor any others about this subject.
Good song, Val is a great talent. Does the main chord progression remind anyone else of Kenny Wayne Shepheard\'s Blue on Black?
Nice that Mr. Davis has contributed this song, but it\'s a bit ordinary I think. Earnest (and probably pretty accurate) but not very evocative.