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Ghost Canyon

Title - 'Time To Move' (Jive)
Artist - Crosby Loggins

We all know from watching Crosby knock 'em dead with his cover of Elvis Costello's "What's So Funny 'bout Peace Love & Understanding" on the MTV contest "Rock The Cradle" (which he won), that the future is bright and waiting for this talent.

"Time to Move" is the perfect introduction. Showing just a small range of his ability, this album captures you and takes you away from whatever you are doing for it's all too brief 37 minutes. You can compare Crosby with many other artists, including his father, Kenny, but after you listen to this album, you will know that Crosby cannot be pegged.

His variety shows and tickles your patience for what is to come next. Will it be jazz influenced, folk rock or pure singer/songwriter. His talent is unmistakable and his future has many paths. This album will appeal to fans of Mayer & Mraz, but also of CSN&Y and James Taylor.

If you've ever been lucky enough to see him live, you know what I'm talking about. I hope he is working on his next album now because this disc is going to be ruined soon from going in and out of my player! [AS]





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