Chuck Prophet's music covers rock and blues, and then veers unexpectedly into dance-pop with vintage keyboards. There's Warren Zevon, Lee Hazlewood, Lou Reed, and Tom Petty in his voice, but he thinks he's Alex Chilton. The man on the recordings sounds girl-crazy, desperate for more love, spoiled and impatient but still seductive, in the way talented men so often are. Against a background of soaring guitars and the Vine Street Christian Church Children's Choir of Nashville, Tennessee, Prophet's voice becomes positively Lucinda Williams–ish. The... More >>>