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||Date: August 14, 2013 at 12:52|
|Good to see new stuff from him. Is it just me or does this album sound a lot like some older Nugent(without the politics that is)?
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||Date: August 20, 2013 at 16:38|
|I love PT earlier material, 'Makin' Magic', 'Putting It Straight' 'Heat In The Streets' Crash & Burn' and the seminal 'Go For What You Know' live album are all discs that any self respecting rock music fan should own. I Never really bothered with much of his latter day blues albums, so when I heard 'Can Do' for the first time I was expecting more Blues than anything else. It's certainly no 'Makin' Magic', but what it is is PT going back to his 70's harder rock material and pulling it off with some class. Opener and title track 'Can Do' is a belter, as are 'Armed and Dangerous', 'Red Neck Boogie' & 'Dust And Bone'. I'm not sure about his cover of the Eurythmics 'Here Comes The Rain Again', good song though it is and 'Diamond Girl' and 'Wanted (That Was Then/ This Is Now)' are a bit on the soft side as well and don't work as well as the more rocking tracks. Overall though, this is a real pleasant surprise and well worth checking out if you are into PT's aforementioned hard rock stuff.
||Date: October 10, 2013 at 15:53|
|I picked this up the other day - agree with "Jez." This album is not on par with PT's '70's albums, but itís a good listen nevertheless. His vocals are much rougher today; guess that is to be expected. "Can Do" does get back to his roots, which is good to hear.
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