Cover image for Circle
Title:
Circle
Author:
Indigenous (Musical group)
Corporate Author:
Publication Information:
[Cannon Falls, MN.] : Pachyderm Records, [2000]

â„—2000
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Blues and rock songs.

Recorded at Pachyderm Studio, Cannon Falls, Minn.

Compact disc.

Lyrics inserted in container.
Language:
English
Contents:
Little time -- Can't keep me from you -- You left me this mornin' -- Evolution revolution -- You were the one -- Stay with me -- Seven steps away -- Remember -- Rest of my days -- Waiting for you -- The moon is shining.
UPC:
665047000828
Format :
Music CD

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This one topped the list of Billboard Top Ten blues albums for four months shortly after its release. It's hard to say that it belonged there, not because it isn't a fine record, but because it's more rock than blues. Circle was produced by Texas singer/songwriter Doyle Bramhall, who is perhaps best known for his work with Stevie Ray Vaughan. It's a solid release, but don't expect anything fancy. In fact, many of the songs on Circle tend to sound very similar -- and it doesn't help that some segue into the next one seamlessly, which only serves to accentuate their sameness and add to the predictability. Mato Nanji is a flawless guitar player, but his prowess here is slightly dampened by the acoustic guitar that lies a layer beneath some of the songs, resulting in less punch. His voice, however, is magnificent: full and haunting, not unlike that of Hootie & the Blowfish frontman Darius Rucker. ~ Ann Wickstrom