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There's an Innocent Face
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
2002 reissue on Sundazed of 1973 debut from the acclaimed Curt Boettcher, mastermind behind the Millennium and producer of the association. There's An Innocent Face seamlessly incorporates doo-wop, folk and country with... more »
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2002 reissue on Sundazed of 1973 debut from the acclaimed Curt Boettcher, mastermind behind the Millennium and producer of the association. There's An Innocent Face seamlessly incorporates doo-wop, folk and country with intense, concisely-crafted chunks of ear candy.
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An odd direction for the 60s sunshine pop pioneer
David Goodwin | Westchester, NY United States | 09/01/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
""There's an Innocent Face" isn't the sort of album you'd expect from Curt Boetcher if you know his history. Famed as the adventurous producer behind Tommy Roe and the Association, and also a driving force behind the stunning (if a tad sugary) pop of the Millennium and Sagittarius, Boetcher's strict adherence on "Face" to a laid-back, Californian singer-songwriter vibe comes as a bit of a shock. Then again, as his previous projects didn't exactly make him a mint, Curt probably figured that a change of style was long overdue.Finally availible on domestic CD from Sundazed, "Face" is one of those records which some will love, and some just won't care about; this isn't the sort of record anybody can hate, as it's just too well put together and tuneful to discard completely (and, to be frank, too calculated inoffensive). That said, your enjoyment of "Face" will depend largely on how much you like the genre of Californian singer-songwriter pop. Give it a listen."