There is something so cool about an artist that cannot be placed gently within a genre. Some of my favorite artists have this ability to color outside the lines yet create a magnificent piece of art. Each song stands apart from the next but the album as a whole is seamless…complete. Andy Michaels has mastered the art of creating music by his own rules. His album Revisited brings you on this journey where every turn holds something unexpected. With each track, you find yourself in another world feeling something completely new and different. One moment you are in a dark corner filled with the unexpected confessions of I Just Want to Be the One only to be swept away into the clouds of a love song called I’ll Be Alright Loving You. You will find more pop-like songs like Today’s Tomorrow and then more of an acoustic country tune like Home. The whole album is a trip that is worth the cost of admission. An experience worthy of an hour of your time and then some.

 

 

 

 


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Extended Plays is an ongoing music series of all the music that I stumble upon. I listen to the music, go with my gut and spill my honest and sometimes brutal opinion all over this blog. I hope you take the time to check out the artists I review for yourselves. I tend to believe that I am always right about everything but the most beautiful thing about music is that my opinion doesn’t matter to anyone but myself.

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