Andy Lange - Wherever You Wanna Go
The album has a late 1960s West Coast feel to it.
At best Andy’s 'Wherever You Wanna Go' album is packed with acoustic songs complimented by lyrical humility and grace.
He has a pleasant vocal range and stylistically the contemporary country undertones will definitely hit the spot with some renegades of the West Coast fashion.
But to me Andy’s voice can’t help but remind me of They Might Be Giants though his poetic content is less obscure. I’d go so far as to say it’s bland.
Playing Wish just reminds me of funerals.
With an unhurried delivery of words this chappy has the skill to entertain the Brian Wilson (Beach Boys) crowd.
Harmonies to thrill the talented dead.
To be fair though there is a killer tune in Not Sure Yet and I Was Thinking (featuring Jessica Freedman) which has a British overtone that brought back memories of The Beatles.
I know this guy has won awards for Rockets but his fire pace doesn’t move me at all.
Wherever You Wanna Go
1 - Wherever
2 - Rockets
3 - My Only Fan
4 - Don't Lose Your Light
5 - I Was Thinking (Feat. Jessica Freedman)
6 - This Time Will Be Better
7 - Take One With Me (Just One)
8 - Stay
9 - Out of My Mind
10 - Wish
11 - Maybe You Will
12 - If There Could Be a Song
13 - Not Sure Yet