Jamestown, New York (PRWEB) March 20, 2006
At first glance Larry Lareau looks like an ordinary guy, very relaxed and sure of himself. Looks can be deceiving, inside there is a tiger on the prowl, and he lets it loose on the new album from his band Lareau titled Changes.
Right from the outset Lareau decided that they wanted to make music with a focus on quality. If you were to judge them by their recording Changes, you would have to agree that they succeeded. The band believes in tradition, craftsmanship, and above all, delivering a package that speaks to its audience.
Larry was influenced heavily the Beatles, Moody Blues, Elton John, Billy Joel, and Hall & Oates. When you listen to Changes, from start to finish, you can hear how it infuses their approach and sound. Darrin Payne (drums, percussion, keys, supporting vocals), Chris Saxton (guitar), Pete Gool (guitar), Anthony Brown (keyboards), and Tim Reed (bass), are Lareau’s supporting cast for the recording. It becomes evident rather quickly while listening to their music that the fairies visited the studio and sprinkled some dust around before they arrived because the chemistry and magic are all present during this session.
Changes is the kind of music you would expect to hear on the radio five times a day, blaring out of your next door neighbor’s window on a hot summer day, the kind of rockin’ fun that your hear driving by every night because they have their windows rolled down all the way and the music is blaring full blast. This is the chicken soup for the music soul kind of music, its good for what ails you. So be one of the well-informed listeners, pick up a copy, and inject some real music with feeling into your life.
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