WAG...a World Wide Collaboration of...(WIGMORE / ALLEN / GIBBONS)
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VIII. Naughty Naples (Ciao Baby)
This one is very cool, getting the Beatles feel or maybe Oasis sounding Beatles ish. Excellent vocal, nice guitar and some lovely subtle synths. Enjoyed the change at 2.12, great keys at 2.25. Really good stuff guys.
saying "Ciao" after 8? Romantic-themed tales from the Italian tour provide areal showcase for your guitar chops and vocal...a little Freudian stuff worked out in the lyrical musings? Hot, hot stuff Keith!
We meet again old friend. Nice song, enjoyed it.
glad to see the quality hasn't slipped, and I'm really enjoying the songs. Great performance and well thought out song.
just love'in it.
Another excelent track..
I'm slipping into this like a hot bath and loving every minute!! The heavy pads are sublime man, with a dash of slow flange....(gosh)...!!! As you know I'm no expert in your genre mate, so I'll refrain from comparing you to other greats of the past...............except maybe Marc Bolan.......lol!!! Love it mate!! Rated indeed!! Baz
Another good vocal :) Getting more a Bowie vibe than Beatles. Found myself singing Jean Genie lol Good work guys :) Peace,Ricky
Just the big finale in Rome, Ray...then it's Arrivederci :-) k
Another cool track, guys and again the Beatle influence is paramount here. Excellent vocals young Keith and great production as always. Where are you going next? Is there anywhere in Italy left?
Blimey part VIII already!!!V Catchy. Reminds me of "City Boy" an' I allus liked them. Cool stuff. easy rate.
Another cracker! All these songs from this album of yours have been original, different styles and sounds, that's what i liked..And humour in there too. Great lyrics..sounding a bit beatel-ish again..I loved the transition at 2.10, quite funky :)
All the instruments sounding great as always.
Edgy pop rock morphin' into somethin' funky. And all under three minutes, this is gonna loop awhile :) Love these creepy lyrics, and creepier vocals, ha ha! Synths do the trick, this is a great mix, great song guys.
Kallen WAGroup are :
Terry Wigmore : Canada (More music at : "Terry Wigmore")
Keith Allen : England (More music at : "Just kallen")
Kevin Gibbons : Wales (More music at : "A Tuesday Paradox")
The Kallen "Group" came to be in November of 2012 with their very first song "TRIbal Voices"
"TRIbal Voices" set the mold for many, many more collaborations. No easy task when separated by thousands of miles (and the chilly Atlantic Sea) The "3 Amigos" as they quickly came to be known, became very firm friends, sharing much of the same outlook on life, as well as sharing the occasional Graveyard shift and Digitalised tin of beans, (and Moosehead beer) ...they also shared their individual musical talents to produce a very strong and unique sound.
Terry-tronic...concocting the wacky compound of glue that sticks everything together.
Gibbo's-on-it...always the ultimate melodic voice of good reason
...and K-mad-pants-mic, that would-be-a-theatrical, cloth-capped-guy :-)
They quickly came to the notice of DJ Bob Fischer of BBC Radio Tees...and the Group would like to thank him for all the publicity, radio plays and interviews that they have enjoyed!
Where do they go from here? Fame fortune? Stadium tours? TV appearances? Any offers??? Someone??? Anyone??? :-)
Firstly let me state that this review is purely my opinion, which is subjective. I do not set out to ridicule or demean anyone, but intend to give a fair unbiased view. This will hopefully give the artist some food for thought for future recordings.
So on to the Track
How do you go about reviewing 3 very talented musicians that have come together to collab on tracks as a separate project to