John Tirado

 

Thursday 8th March 2012
johnmainJohn Tirado is an American musician from New York but now resident in Mallorca, where in recent years has been at the forefront as the leader of The Nash, energetic rock band that has made a high after 3 albums and a string of memorable concerts throughout the world with Joe Cocker, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Buzzcocks and Lemonheads to mention a few. The solo debut of John Tirado is an impressive work. It's not just the result of two years of hard work and production ended with a sublime list of contributors. It is, indeed, the great work of an extraordinary artist to be recognized once and for all. Because 'Slow-Motion Party' is all his wisdom to build exciting and timeless music, the result of a life trajectory and sustained by a guitar melody, the warmth and soul of a songwriter that draws electric rock, folk, Americana, jazz, ferocity and intelligence to create a work of genius, inspiring and seamless. Songs like 'Oh Jodie' and 'High Definition' draw the melancholy of love sponge strokes. 'All the lazy stars' and 'Gang of One’ adds Norbert Fimpel, saxophonist for the band, Joe Cocker and James Brown, to turn John Tirado into a crooner for hours. Another fine stylist, Dani Roth, who has played the piano with the Platters in New York, brings his class to 'Let me take you home'. Maybe 'Suddenly' and 'Take It to the grave' are more in the style of 'the nash' in the album. That is, addictive and anthemic choruses right to the heart. The cello of Chus C. Moreta in tracks like ‘On my radar’ are a key seductive spell over ‘Slow-Motion Party'. Not to mention the refined vocal support that the Djana Vallespir and Rosa Lopez-Francos bring to work. Drops of feminine elegance in 'Dissolve' and 'Winter by the sea' for a great voice like John, who looks splendid. Special mention should be 'Sleepy Head'. For summarized as magic and really unique in 'Slow-Motion Party' and because it has been chosen to perform a really spectacular video clip directed by Gareth Hall.John Tirado is an American musician from New York but now resident in Mallorca, where in recent years has been at the forefront as the leader of The Nash, energetic rock band that has made a high after 3 albums and a string of memorable concerts throughout the world with Joe Cocker, The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Buzzcocks and Lemonheads to mention a few. The solo debut of John Tirado is an impressive work. It's not just the result of two years of hard work and production ended with a sublime list of contributors. It is, indeed, the great work of an extraordinary artist to be recognized once and for all. Because 'Slow-Motion Party' is all his wisdom to build exciting and timeless music, the result of a life trajectory and sustained by a guitar melody, the warmth and soul of a songwriter that draws electric rock, folk, Americana, jazz, ferocity and intelligence to create a work of genius, inspiring and seamless. Songs like 'Oh Jodie' and 'High Definition' draw the melancholy of love sponge strokes. 'All the lazy stars' and 'Gang of One’ adds Norbert Fimpel, saxophonist for the band, Joe Cocker and James Brown, to turn John Tirado into a crooner for hours. Another fine stylist, Dani Roth, who has played the piano with the Platters in New York, brings his class to 'Let me take you home'. Maybe 'Suddenly' and 'Take It to the grave' are more in the style of 'the nash' in the album. That is, addictive and anthemic choruses right to the heart. The cello of Chus C. Moreta in tracks like ‘On my radar’ are a key seductive spell over ‘Slow-Motion Party'. Not to mention the refined vocal support that the Djana Vallespir and Rosa Lopez-Francos bring to work. Drops of feminine elegance in 'Dissolve' and 'Winter by the sea' for a great voice like John, who looks splendid. Special mention should be 'Sleepy Head'. For summarized as magic and really unique in 'Slow-Motion Party' and because it has been chosen to perform a really spectacular video clip directed by Gareth Hall.

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