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Singer/songwriter Alan Babbitt hits a 'New Road' for remarkable folk-jazz mix
(Published: September 25, 2017)

New Road is the most recent effort from Alan Babbitt, and as you might guess from its title, it certainly marks a new musical path for this talented performer.

The songs featured on this release are a tasteful blend of folk, rock, and jazz, showcasing Babbitt's versatility and remarkably diverse approach to songwriting.

On "The Songwriter," Babbitt strikes for his charismatic personality and for his musical playfulness, which makes me think of the solo work by artists such as Paul McCartney.

On tracks such as "Moments of Decision," Babbitt reveals his most personal side, with a beautifully mellow arrangement. There is also room for a classic cover: a rendition of "Our House" by Crosby, Stills, and Nash. In this particular version, the vocal harmonies acquire a different approach, while the rhythm gets folky and understated, in line with the production aesthetics of the album.

More Information: http://alanbabbittmusic.com

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