Kevin Galloway (from the album The Change available on )
There is an easy comfort in the voice of Kevin Galloway; honesty in a message delivered with such obvious consideration to the words. The Change is the recent release from Kevin Galloway, the album title signaling a solo outing from the Uncle Lucius frontman as well as reading an open letter of love to his newly formed family. Each line traces a clear path back to the heart of the man singing the songs on the album. The outpouring of love on The Change can be felt in the bright melodies and though the emotion is a constant on the tracks, it never seems calculated. The feelings penned into the stories come across authentic as a harmonica leads into the title track, the story of a traveler and someone left at home taking center stage. The could-be-true tale puts a light on a love that is just out of reach for the two souls longing for it.
The Change becomes the listener, advising to pay attention to the message within on “When the Heart Cries Out”, falling in line on the pounding beat in “Miles and Miles”, tenderly understanding the meaning of “We Don’t Have to Say a Word”, and putting flesh to “Face in My Mind” with softly rolling rhythms. Kevin Galloway uses the power in his voice to great effect, showing what is in his soul with his words. Echoed piano notes mark the white lines slowly clicking by, Kevin Galloway lets his thoughts spin with “Hands on the Wheel” as he paints a picture of good times in “Don’t It Feel Good to Smile” while The Change offers the words of another songwriter to compliment the love in its own songs with Joe Cocker’s “You are So Beautiful”.
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