Monday, February 21, 2011

Review -- CHEYNE KOHL -- I'll Miss You Tomorrow

I’LL MISS YOU TOMORROW
Cheyne Kohl
Indie
7-out-of-10

Out of Moose Jaw we have Cheyne Kohl, an artist with an easy listening, pop style.
This is music where Kohl delivers his lyrics in a laid back, relaxed fashion. The instrumentation is kept simple, a background support to his vocals. The result is a disk which is easy to grasp, easy to understand, easy to listen to.
The CD starts out with the solid Maybe I Should Leave, a nice opening since it is stylistically typical of the entire disk.
As Kohl progresses, there are subtle changes. On I Won’t Look Down he opens up the playbook a bit and goes with a bigger, near orchestral sound.
Then he immediately down shifts to the slower-paced song; The Rain. This one is a love song which Kohl uses as a calling card for his vocals which clearly carries the emotions of this song. It is easily the best cut on the disk based on Kohl’s voice which carries the emotion of the song flawlessly.
This young man has a knack for using instrumentation to good effect, and balancing it with his vocal capabilities, the result is this is a CD well worth investigating.
Check it out at www.facebook.com/ckohl
— CALVIN DANIELS
-- Review first appeared in Yorkton This Week newspaper Sept 29, 2010 - Yorkton, SK. Canada

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