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WALTER DUDA - Kindred Spirits

Kindred Spirits
World Alert Records

Here’s an excellent collection of original gems… KINDRED SPIRITS… from self-taught musician Walter Duda, out of New England, whose early interest in music was inspired by Dion and Bobby Darin. His later influences included Brian Wilson, The Beatles, The Hollies, the Motown Sound, plus fusion keyboardists Brian Auger and George Duke. Vocally, this keyboardist-singer-songwriter lists Michael Franks, Mose Allison, and Bobby Caldwell as templates for his style. This latest release is, by his own description, "smooth… with a creative edge." The album is musically outstanding, and exceptionally well produced. Mr. Duda has enlisted the support of some of New York’s finest session players, with names like Will Lee (David Letterman Show), Chris Parker (SNL), Joel Rosenblatt, Tim DeHuff, and the Harris Brothers to give the tunes on this disc a strong, funky groove. Four instrumentals and four vocals will have you coming back for more. Walter Duda’s KINDRED SPIRITS is definitely a keeper! ~SCOTT O'BRIEN

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