APIND Recommends Dennis Davison’s New LP
A Pessimist Is Never Disappointed has a quick review of the first solo LP from Dennis Davison, who has long been the frontman of psych-rock pioneers The Jigsaw Seen. According to the site, “The Book of Strongman is more introspective than some of the JS stuff… If ‘Strongman and Sonny James’ is spry and catchy, ‘Aberdeen Vista’ is more languid. This one is, along with the Byrds-ian ‘Can You Imagine?,’ proof that Davison is going to be fine on his own. These cuts are tuneful bits of neo-psychedelia, as equally in debt to Paisley Underground pioneers as well as power pop ones.” Read the full review here.