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Ron Pope (from the album Inside Voices available on Brooklyn Basement Records)
An Americana crooner. Ron Pope can claim other genres with his delicate Folk tones, texturing with chamber music and string arrangements as well as the graceful flow of his vocals for Inside Voices, his recent release. It is the all-of-the-above inclusiveness of Americana that Inside Voices shows Ron Pope as its master. He balances on the thin line of reverbed guitar notes to open the album with “Body Language”, echoey piano recalling church basements for the devotional sentiment in the words.
Ron Pope becomes the piano man for the musical backing of “Love is a Thing You Do” while he embraces the now with “The Good Old Days” and offers personal experience for those living with, and affected by, mental illness for “You’re OK”. Reminiscing about better times, Ron Pope soulfully gives the green light to “Lie, Cheat, and Steal” while “The Real Thing” exposes the raw realities of the emergency room. Exiting Inside Voices with a tribute, Ron Pope nodding to Sam Cooke and the mighty Iz with his version of “What a Wonderful World”. (by Danny McCloskey)
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