Think away Göran Söllscher and Milos. The guitarist Erik Söderlind do with Paul Mccartney's songs are closer to the wonders that Steve Dobrogosz get on pianoalbumet ”Golden slumbers”. Söderlind captures a McCartney as well as left to itself, patiently trying and search for the song form and expression. Often where a solitude broken something comforting, as in ”Mother nature's son”.
the Feeling of creation may Söderlind also presented by playing uppstannande, which in a wonderful way compromises the flow, as in ”Penny Lane” and ”Here there and everywhere”. To the be crack is no risk because Mccartney's songs are so consummate organic. And creates spaces where Söderlind, too, can live out the sweetest sense of freedom of movement, as in ”And I love her”.
Best tracks: ”And I love her”Link to the spotify
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