|Dusty Springfield – Dusty in Memphis: 3.5 stars (bump for good vibe)
Precon: I don’t think I know who this person is. The name sounds familiar, but like Chris, I figured it was a guy. Possibly an old WWF wrestler.
Favorite Track: Don’t Forget About Me. Might have been Windmills if it wasn’t for that Santana-ish guitar.
Least Favorite: In the Land of Make Believe. Don’t know what’s with her singing in this one. Is that a sitar? Everything seems off.
There were so many songs in the 60’s and 70’s that were blatantly about screwing but maintained a cheerful, positive vibe. It was a simpler time.
She has a very cool sounding voice.
Oh ok that’s who it is.
All these songs seem to end before they have to. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, it’s actually a pretty good idea even on a good song, but I kept expecting there to be another minute and a half and then it would just fade out.
Windmills of Your Mind is pretty cool except for the guitar. I like the way it kept building right up until the end.
No Easy Way Down is a nice one.