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|4.0 excellent||Quade Elvin | April 9th 10|
Damian DeRose's sophomore effort sees him build on the sound established on his '08 debut 'On the Ground.' With his confidence up and having found his voice, his arrangements are far more adventurous this time around and while the guitar and piano are still his go-to instruments, his willingness to experiment with the organ adds a little spice to the mix. DeRose is evolving into an artist who should appeal to the the "in-the-know" crowd and, hopefully, outside that niche too.
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