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Peter Himmelman — The Deepest Part
Album: Unstoppable Forces
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Released: 2004
Length: 2:39
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This is a Pretty Good start to a song. The basic guitar work is nice. The singing is meh and the lyrics are monotonous, though
oldslabsides wrote:
this guy is pretty good....has a definate handle on a few things
What I like about this station is the variety of music. Stuff I would never think about listening to. Great station.
See him live, and I'm confident you'll end up wanting to buy a few of his CD's.
mig7 wrote:
He's a native Minnesotan--Way overrated if you ask me.
I see what you mean AMG: "and earned him comparisons to such new wave singer/songwriters as Elvis Costello and Joe Jackson" That is definitely overrating him. Edit: But maybe they were bad comparisons... it doesn't really make that clear.
mig7 wrote:
He's a native Minnesotan--Way overrated if you ask me.
do you mean that being a Minnesotan is overrated ? Or do you mean it's overrated being a native? Perhaps you meant that being both a native, and Minnesotan is where things went awry... Personally, I've always thought that Jello Pudding Pops were overrated...
He's a native Minnesotan--Way overrated if you ask me.
I was tending bar at a music bar called The Cabooze in Minneapolis back in the 80's when this guy was with a group called Sussman Lawrence. He was boring then, he's boring now.
this guy is pretty good....has a definate handle on a few things