Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Sleep Baby Doll
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
A Straight Shot of Rock and Roll
Edward Patrick Lombardo | Seattle, Washington USA | 08/14/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Although many years have passed since Sylvain Sylvain made music history with the New York Dolls, (sleep) baby doll proves that his talent to kick out the jams remains undiminished. While the disc gets off to a smoldering start with "Paper, Pencil & Glue," the catchy "Hungry Girls," coupled with the hard-driving classics of "I'm Your Man" and "Trash" keep things bouncing right along. The album becomes truly memorable when Sylvain and his talented band do a superb interpretation of "Frenchette," and a near brilliant rendition of Johnny Thunders' soulful "Your Society Makes Me Sad." As the decidedly eerie title track (the last fifteen seconds of which will raise the hair on the back of your neck!) poignantly reveals, Sylvain, like many other performers, has had to endure a great deal of adversity over the past thirty years in order to make his voice heard within the oftentimes brutal world of the entertainment industry. With (sleep) baby doll, Sylvain Sylvain firmly announces that not only is he here to stay, but has reappeared with the express purpose to provide all of us who love great music with a badly needed straight shot of rock and roll."