Album Review: Forward Motion by Davison/Coleman

Album Name: Forward Motion
Artist: Davison/Coleman
Year/Label: 2006 / Independent

[Buy at Davison/Coleman Official Site]

Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Lynn Davison and Cole Coleman’s have just made their debut album. Their music seems to marry many influences.

There’s a general air of positivity about the album, I get strong Fleetwood Mac vibes from the opener “You And I And All The World.” Davison sounds like Stevie Nicks and the music is very soothing.

“Castles In The Sand” is bright and melodic as Davison sings about wanting more than the material world can offer.

A cover of Cat Stevens “Moonshadow” sees Coleman take the lead vocal charmingly.

“Cryin” is a beautifully sung ballad, where the bands use of the laud, an unusual string instrument, works very well.

This is a fine record.

Posted on April 30, 2006

Track Listing
1. You & I And All The World
2. Castles In The Sand
3. C’est La Vie
4. Moonshadow
5. Heal
6. One More Day
7. Cryin’
8. Forward Motion
9. Our Way Back Home
10. Sanctuary
11. Our Leaving

[Davison/Coleman Official Site]


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