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Jordon Rothstein echoes Chris Rea, Joe Cocker on appealing new single
(Published: March 26, 2020)

Jordon Rothstein's new single "All Man's Land" sets the bar higher for indie pop with some soothing soft-rock vibes. This music is energetic, just as much as it is appealing and evenly paced, going for a smooth and fun listening experience. "All Man's Land" features some indelible melodies, and a very clean-cut arrangement, which feels direct and forward-thinking. The drumming is especially solid and driven, making me think of performers like Nick Mason of Pink Floyd.

Rothstein's evocative vocals make me think of iconic artists such as Eric Clapton, Billy Joel, as well as Glen Hansard, only to mention but a few. What I love about the singer's vocals is that his tone is raw and emotional, yet it's also extremely dynamic. He can go from lines in verses that are almost whispered, and then seamlessly shout his heart out in the choruses, with hints of soul, blues and even some R&B.

In addition to the top-drawer quality of the songwriting, the production is also worthy of special mention. The record has a cool '70s vibe to it, especially in the way all the instruments interact together. There is a sense of ensemble performance, the same vibe you would expect to hear on a Wings record, for example. However, there is also much clarity, allowing the mix to sound detailed and clear. No instruments or vocal parts get buried, and there is just so much beautiful depth to the execution and recording of this record. You should definitely check out this release if you do enjoy the work of artists like Joe Cocker, as well as Chris Rea or even J.J. Cale.

This is a beautiful single to be experienced, and it is certainly a strong indication of what Rothstein is going to be putting out in the near future. Hopefully, this is going to be a productive time for the artist in spite of these uncertain times affecting so many musicians out there all over the world.

More Information: https://jordonrothstein.com/music

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