Led by Toronto singer/songwriter James Clark, The JCI mix pop and folk stylings into their melodic rock sound. Early Elvis Costello is one reference point. He has found an ideal foil in producer Moe Berg (The Pursuit Of Happiness), who also plays lead guitar on these two primo cuts.”
– Kerry Doole, NewCanadianMusic.ca.

"a wealth of songwriting talent"
- Michael Williams, Cashbox Canada Magazine.

This is classic songwriting in the Elvis Costello tradition. Sharp, polished lyrics wrapped in wistful longing music…I’m sorry NewMusic Ten is only offering 2 tunes. Guess that’s what the repeat button is for!”
– Sammy Younan, NewMusicTen.com.

"Sounds Like: Classic Canadian storytelling..."
- Larry Lootsteen, www.alancross.ca.

...the best picture sleeve 45 to grace our turntable in an long time.”
– NewCanadianMusic.ca.

"...a witty, concise and sometimes acerbic lyricist with moving, memorable and often hilarious songs".
- Blair Packham - Producer, Songwriter, CFRB Radio Host.

"James Clark is one of Canada's songwriting treasures. His songs have a timeless quality born of a writer who studied the best and refuses to bow to the wind and rain of any current day. His lyrics never underestimate the audience's intelligence and his melodies will stay with you long after the record has finished playing."

 -Moe Berg, Producer.

 

 

This Toronto melodic rocker delights in clever moves, both lyrically and musically. Great rhymes are backed up by big hooks and classic pop moments. Clark and producer Moe Berg drop in lots of Beatles references, and each song has a catchy, well-built structure, with bridges, instrumental breaks and ear-pleasing chord changes. It's what Neil Finn and Crowded House always excelled at. The other joy here is the interesting and off-beat storytelling.

- Bob Mersereau, Top100CanadianBlog.Blogspot.ca

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