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Greg Capozzi
Show Me The Way

Street Date: 2006
Style: Piano Pop
Artist Website: GregCapozzi.com


Capozzi is a Pittsburgh-area songwriter who creates piano-pop in the vein of Elton John, Billy Joel and Mark Schultz. The musicianship is good, and the production is strong. As a writer, Capozzi does a decent job but slips a little when he piles on the sentiment on tracks like "Yesterday's Tomorrow" and "Jada Gunn." One other issue: Capozzi's voice. On the CD, he falls somewhere between the vocal stylings of worship artist Jason Upton and the aforementioned Sir Elton. The problem is that his vocals seem very forced, making the listening experience feel a bit like work at times. Overall, Show Me The Way is hit-or-miss, but Capozzi shows glimpes of promise as both artist and producer. This is an artist that I would like to experience at a live show.

- Review date: 4/12/08, written by Rob Tyson of Jesusfreakhideout.com

 

 

 

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