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|1.||"Try Love" (3:49)|
|2.||"Not One More Tear" (3:24)|
|3.||"Light Of My Life" (2:38)|
|4.||"Art School Girl" (3:11)|
|5.||"Can't Get Out Your Own Way" (3:24)|
|1.||"You Brought The Rain" (2:18)|
|2.||"It's Understanding" (3:28)|
|3.||"Dreamin's For Free" (3:46)|
|4.||"That's What You Mean To Me" (3:10)|
|5.||"How Do I Talk To My Brother?" (3:59)|
With a father who played piano on some of Terry Callier's greatest records, Ben Pirani has solid soul credentials. He's also previously served up a swathe of superb singles, both as a solo artist and as part of various short-lived Chicago soul groups. Given this history, his first solo album, "How Do I Talk To My Brother", is without doubt something of a gem. Pirani's dream pop-influenced blue-eyed soul vocals naturally take centre stage, rising above '60s -style backing tracks - complete with fuzzy period production - that variously doff a cap to Motown style stompers, Callier style folk-soul, impassioned slow jams (see the sweet "Art School Girl"), and the kind of sun-kissed songs that will have even the most miserable of listeners grinning like the proverbial Cheshire cat.
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