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Here is an article that was written for a review of DJP. It will be in the Beat Magazine coming soon. I believe it best describes what you will get when you check this band out.

Having seen Dangerous Jim Post oscillate wildly in previous full blown bands, this demo was quite a surprise to say the least. To make a judgment on DJP on façade alone will not get you anywhere. Festooned in tattoo ink from head to toe and the uniform of apathy and angst hung on a “starving artist” frame one would expect a emptying of musical bile. What one gets are dulcet and honest tones that effortlessly hover atop modest acoustic guitar.

This demo of mostly original works has the essence of a live setting as it’s looseness and almost improv feel make it that much real and present. The CD opens with “Hale” in the vein of John Mayer, Edwin McCain and Jack Johnson, this tune is a perfect jazzy opener. Percussive picking and a groove that goes on for days, DJP lets free early on this one. “Friday Night” is an ideal song for the setting in which it is performed. A lament of wondering if the author drove his circle of friends away as his Friday night empty and without promise. Perhaps the most beautiful tune in this collection is the closest to mainstream pop as one could get. “Lullaby” is a slow and soulful tribute to a child that is the catalyst to keep a father going.
The remainder of the CD consists of live covers that I believe capture the raw and uncut feel to his shows. A rockin and sped up version of the Eagles classic, “Hotel California” shows up and it never sounded better. I hate this song and yet DJP bring it new life and listening ability. Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” offers insight into how well adapted DJP really is. He flubs a verse and just keeps going, enlisting the audience to be a part of the spontaneity.

Jim has toured with Rich Hardesty, Disturbed, Taproot, Chevelle, and Unloco In the mediocrity of coffeehouse lounge lizards and bluegrass deadbeats, DJP stands unfettered. Simple and uncomplicated, poignant and visceral, DJP is an accomplished singer/songwriter that deserves your attention. Get this demo if only to convince yourself to get off your leaded ass and join in the fun of his live show.
lowell post    17 ledna 2006 10:55