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Listeningnow
  • Artist: David Cain
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 660662774925
  • Item #: SRD277492
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 6/28/2005
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Listeningnow on CD

David Cain is a young, dynamic songwriter with great stories and timeless songs. Combining high quality musicians with creative song writing Cain's music has proved to be worthy of success. The live show keeps the listener engaged with it's spontaneity and energy. _____ 'Dave Cain knows more styles than your grandmother's hairdresser. Bank on that. He took the stage at almost 11pm for the first song of what would be almost three hours of continuous but constantly evolving music. Musicians can envy Cain's ability to appeal to fans at an alternative rock venue, a jazz club, a jam band festival, a folk music coffeehouse, or a high school prom. The way he switches from one genre to the next will make you feel like you're walking through your favorite record store.' -Kieth McBride | Northeast Performer Magazine 'His self produced debut CD, Listening... Now, marks the entry of David Cain and his band into the world of Jazz/Pop fusion with tightly skilled musical performance, and a wistful yet hopeful singing style reminiscent of Dave Matthews or John Mayer, juxtaposed with a certain exuberant and innocently simplistic songwriting. Listening... Now brings together an array of 15 guest musicians with instruments ranging from B3 Organ to Cello and alto sax; there are various drummers and bassists on this album that provide a sweeping array of styles that David envelopes into his singular pop sensibility and Jazz education.' -Douglas Sloan | Metronome Magazine (Boston MA)