Bald Walter's "CURVE" made the Patriot Ledger top 10 best of 2007 list
‘‘Curve’’ by Bald Walter
Weymouth rock ’n’ roll lifers produced one of the year’s most compelling albums, with perhaps the best sound of any CD this year (kudos to Joe Merrick’s Guilty Dog Studio in Hanson). Proudly retro, they fall somewhere between Little Feat, The Kinks and more contemporary alt-rockers. You could, for example, imagine Dave Matthews doing ‘‘Leap into the Dark,’’ but the frenzied ‘‘Midlife Crisis’’ has that Kinks-ian seriocomic desperation to it. There’s even a great reggae tune, ‘‘Jump.’’ Cool songwriting that doesn’t take itself too seriously, driving rock ’n’ roll and that intangible sense of surprise around the next chorus. (12/28/2007)
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