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George Makovic
Electric Worrier (George Makovic)

By: Gary "Pig" Gold

Far from being yet another bedroom-recorded vanity, this fully-dimensional stereophonic baker's dozen is nothing but uniformly well-thought, very well-arranged, and extremely fluently executed throughout.

To cite but half, "Good Luck Comes In Threes" sports a cool, vintage-Who (Sell Out) midsection and "Raise A Glass" slices deep with a touch o' twang (and in the process deserves to be brought to at least Walter Clevenger's undivided attention asap). "Connect The Dots" is one ambitiously syncopated little new-waver whilst, speaking of thin neckwear, "The Critical Mind" recalls no less than a pre-Rook M. Mazzarella circa that great lost Broken Hearts combo.

Of course "The Ballad Of Mighty Uptighty," for one, would sound even more mighty performed loud 'n' live on the nearest stage, yet quite conversely "Happy Accidents" sends the entire proceedings home on a surprisingly tender touch. Indeed, there are pleasures a'plenty filling this disc's bountiful thirty-six minutes, so please turn your ears its way without further adieu.

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