Many moons ago, when I originally set up the Inde Net Label Atom Sounds, I did several reviews of the artists on the label, so I thought I would bring you a review that I posted up of the album See The Light by Bob Evans.[amazon_image id=”B002GFBUNS” target=”_blank” size=”Medium” link=”true” container=”” container_class=”” ]See the Light[/amazon_image]Those needing some culture will certainly find it on Bob’s album “See the Light”, with great guitar work and soothing beats to some nice rock/country sounding tracks.
Now I will openly admit that upon first hearing the title track “See the Light” on the Atom Sounds CD, I thought to myself, here is an artist that has a god given talent and that talent is Bob’s vocals tied into some amazing guitar work.
“See the Light” consists of twelve tracks and each track on the album has that Bob Evans feel, but at the same time each track is different from the next, a change these days. The CD opens with the immensely toe tapping title track “See the Light” and from that point on it just gets better.
Blues, country, rock it’s all here, Bob’s lyrics have a feeling that they were written with a pure feel to compliment the music and they do the job perfectly. Bob’s voice becomes an instrument in it’s own right, accompanying each track with passion.
The CD also includes the great “Nimrod ‘The Hunter’” a rather superb instrumental track that shows the talent that is Bob Evans, along with other tracks such as “Love Is Where You Find It” which has a great feel to it, “On A Knife Edge” and my favourite “Journey Back Home” with that sound of thunder that makes you look outside your window.
CD production is really well done with a nicely designed cover of Bob faded into a moon scene, track list on the inner and rear sleeve, the CD itself has a great sound to it, with crystal clear sound production, which really help with the low pitches of some other guitar notes, so you don’t miss a thing.
If you haven’t heard Bob’s music then I highly recommend you track out his website for some of his other tracks.
Overall Bob has produced a wonderful sounding CD that even if it’s not your genre of music you will enjoy it, “See the Light” will want you to come back for more.
Review ©2004 Karen W.