This guy will be all over the radio in no time. Lush production and strong musicianship are a feature. Enghauser doesn't miss a beat, going from strength to strength with a diverse range of styles displayed within an extremely cohesive album. Lost in the Pages blends Latin infused jazz, authentic rhythm and blues, pop rock, disco and funk. A genuine party band, music purists will appreciate this as much as music lamens.
Think song writer extraordinaires like Lenny Kravitz and Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and Jason Mraz, not to mention the commercial appeal of Maroon 5, Blues Traveller and The Black Crowes
Gaurenteed to get your booty scootin John Enghauser is a man with true musical vision. His understanding of melody and harmony is made all the more impressive when you discover that Enghauser recorded all of the vocals on the album, not to mention playing guitar, keyboards and bass.
The kind of muso that makes highly 'technical' music accessible to the masses. The intracies come in the detailed layering. A less is more approach makes is sound so easy. Destined to be a genuine heart throb, Enghauser's delicate approach will make hearts melt as they are enchanted by his lyrical wonderland, delivered with a rare conviction.
Become Lost In The Pages of John Enghauser
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Evolution Eden unashameably epitomise the bad boy, sex drugs, and rock and roll attitude pioneered by the likes of Kiss, Aerosmith and Motley Crue. Evolution Eden sing about living the rock and roll life! You know what that means!?! Raw, unadultered, old skool stadium rock from go to whoah. Dual vocal and guitar attack and songs about fast woman, fast cars and fast music.
Conjurring wet dreams of 80's rock and roll revellers, Saturday Night Drive In is a commendable homage to the likes of Poison, Def Leppard, early Bon Jovi, Gunner's, Buck Cherry and Monster Magnet.
Evolution Eden do indeed make you want to raise your lighter high in the sky as you chant Rock and Roll's the Centre of the Universe!