Sunday, June 9, 2013

CD Review: Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra Return With One "For The Baby Doll"

Returning from the heart of Chicago comes the Nicholas Tremulis Ochestra with their first album of new material in over five years with "For The Baby Doll." The new album will be released on June 18 through Hobo Bob's Music and 52 Recordings, which comes housed in a 6 1/2 inch by 8 1/2 inch, 36 page, mini-book with a few b&w photos, song lyrics and a self-explained history of Nicholas Tremulis' journey into music.
The eleven-song album begins with the country-blues of "Pitiful" which blazes a path with the guitar solo of John Pirruccello and slide-guitar of Rick Barnes as Tremulis' weathered voice is the perfect piece to complete the puzzle. The band brings back the garage rock of the sixties with "You're Gonna Lose (Everything You Got)" and shows a punk-like edge with "Lost Without You." Tremulis brings out the funk with the seventies groove of "Everybody Here," before returning to the raw garage rock/punk sound of "You're Too Much (But Never Enough)." The Nicholas Tremulis Orchestra have fun on the smooth, jazzy rock sound of "Push It," then close the album with "Walk In The Sun Again," which comes off as a lost Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band outtake.
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