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Ira Ingber
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Ira Ingber

Ira Ingber follows a previous, impressive release with an equally cool follow-up. "Mr Parker's Cadillac" is an intriguing rootsy tale that recalls the best of John Hiatt. "When is Someday" is a rueful romantic observation with a cool melody to boot. Ingber's vocals are as expressive as ever.

"French Kissing on the Staten Island Ferry" finds romanticism in an unusual yet nit wholly unexpected place. It's a classic ballad. "You weren't hiding" ends the album on a good note, Ingber singing of a relationship coming to an end with grace and humility. It's up-tempo enough to not be depressive.

It's proof of his talent and experience. It's a great album.

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