Butch Reynolds, Left to My Own Devices Review
Butch Reynolds is a singer, guitarist and songwriter presenting hip sounds of Americana. Reynolds’ diverse Americana perspective has been inspired by such eclectic influences as Elvis Costello, cult songwriter icon Steve Forbert, Squeeze, Men at Work, The Police, David Lee Roth, Joe Jackson, Beck, and John McCrea, among others. Reynolds is releasing a series of singles, which will eventually be bundled together as an EP. The first single in this series is a hilariously impressionistic, vaudevillian Americana infused with pop-rock tune called “Left to my own Devices.” The tune features Reynolds on guitars and vocals, John Vaughn on drums and percussion, Chip Adams on bass, and Michael Rojas on piano, organ and accordion. The track was recorded, engineered and mixed by Kenny Royster at Direct Image Studios, Nashville. The lyrics paint a picture of a sophisticated dude that always makes things work, even when influenced by the bottle.
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Left to My Own Devices
Left to My Own Devices (single)
Release Date: September 6, 2019
1205508 Records DK2
A hip feel, and cool instrumentation lead us through Reynolds clever lyrics.