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Under the Strained Umbrella
  • Artist: Lee Tyler Post
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479352836
  • Item #: SRD935283
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 7/22/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Under the Strained Umbrella on CD

Acoustic Rock & Soul Singer-Songwriter. Organic, earthy Roots Rock. Strong soulful vocals in the tradition of Van Morrison, Greg Allman, Bob Seger & Bruce Springsteen. GODSOFMUSIC.COM REVIEW 'From amidst a plethora of singer/songwriters, Lee Tyler Post has managed to pull off a coup of sorts. His southern rock leanings are in full view on his body of work. So are the collective messages of hope and faith, rendered most obviously through the lyrics, but also on a more subtle level. The interesting thing is that he doesn't restrict himself to any particular style or even one single chain of thought. He plays with incredible heart, cutting across meaningless divides like 'radio station classifications' and 'sub-genres'. What you're left with at the end are thoughts bordering solely on the music... An effective way of gauging artists is by seeing how they describe their own music. Often, those a little short on talent will wax eloquent about how they're bringing in new sounds or how much they adore the Beatles. On the other hand, you'll find groups being cynical about their own songs to a really ridiculous extent. This guy though, simply calls his music 'Rock & Soul'. Seeing how the music is laced with a stirring memorability, it's evident that Lee Tyler Post is far from being 'soul'ed out.' ~ Siddharth Dasgupta of Godsofmusic.com 'Soulful singer-songwriter ala classic rock. Lee's voice: the edge of Springsteen, the smoothness of Steve Perry, and the soul of Greg Allman' ~ San Diego News Critic.