Sandro Perri - Tiny Mirrors

Sandro Perri - Tiny Mirrors

Sandro Perri – Tiny Mirrors – 7/10

Embracing the beauty of imperfection has been the rage these days it seems. Though risky, if done correct will bring all sorts of incredible texture to a work of music. Sandro Perri manages to accomplish this fine ballance and make it look easy. Tiny Mirrors is smooth as buttered glass… if that simili is appropriate… or… not too odd. Great for a dim and lazy autumn day.

A rendition of Fred Neil’s Everybody’s Talkin’ makes an appearance. Though at first I didn’t quite like it, it seems to be growing on me a little every time I listen to it.

My only standing negatives:

Sometimes throughout various points in the album, things seem to get… confused. Almost to the point of sounding irregular and sloppy.

A healthy dose of caffeine should be administered shortly before embarking on this one.. It has the power to lull you into a half sleep. I’m not exactly sure if that is a BAD thing or not, it might not be something you want to listen to on a late night drive after a long hard day at work.

Songs of Interest:

  • Family Tree
  • Everybody’s Talkin’
  • The Mime
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