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Blurry White Guy
  • Artist: David Lykins
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501032193
  • Item #: SRD103219
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 9/16/2008
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Blurry White Guy on CD

David Lykins - Blurry White Guy 2008, David Lykins David "Ravin' Dave" Lykins is a Chicago area actor/singer/songwriter/poet with a reputation for a big voice. His debut CD, 2008's Blurry White Guy has been described as "subversive country music", and it's easy to see why. Lykins takes traditional country forms and imbues them with a not-quite-reckless sense of variety and composition that goes far beyond your typical music row pop hybrid. With a supporting cast including Pat Flynn (New Grass Revival), Chris Leuzinger (Garth Brooks), John Gardener (Dixie Chicks), Dow Tomlin and Jeff Taylor, Lykins has produced one of the more intriguing country albums of the past year. Blurry White Guy opens with Houston, a Country/Rock hybrid about Hurricane Katrina and the impact it has on the residents of New Orleans. It's an amazingly upbeat song for the dark, solemn subject matter and has real commercial punch. The family in the song is separated, with the children in Memphis and the parents in Houston. This is probably one of the best musical paeans to the Katrina Disaster that anyone has written/recorded. Greetings From The Riviera is a great story song that is heart-breaking in it's picturesque detail. Let Me Carry This has a wonderfully dark atmosphere that frames Lykins' All-American country voice, and while Lykins writes in essentially classic country forms, he often builds sound and structure into his songs that separate them from the pop/country pack. A personal favorite here is Day After Valentine. It's a sweet song without sounding hokey or trite and likely to be a fan favorite. Come Along is another favorite; a song that captures some of the Celtic spirit of Country and Western Music. You'll also want to check out Flying and This Is My House.