Peace Revolution!" gets its first review
2008 - Landon Creative Inc
By Michael Woodhead @ Lux Aeturna
February 12, 2008
Even though Camelot
is, by far, my favourite track from this CD,
nevertheless there are eleven other compositions that will entice you to hear
more from Louis Landon.
To my ears, Camelot
aches for lyrics, and would almost sit very well in a
pop setting with its recurring leitmotiv, and even though it's only around
three-and-a-half minutes long, it almost seems to be much shorter. Those old
enough to remember Frank Mills' Music Box Dancer
will find this very
reminiscent of that song. Good enough for the 'A' side of a single release, I
would venture to say.
would be a good contender for the 'B' side of that single.
Replete with a recurring theme, which then meanders into melodies with an almost
improvisational feel--all evocative of traveling along the one-way, old Roman
road that joins Sorrento to Amalfi, and quite possibly the inspiration for this
But these two aren't the only inspiring numbers on this charming album. Light
and delightful, the rest of the tunes carry the listener to a place of
tranquility and reflection to which he or she will want to return again and
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