SAMI YAFFA - The Innermost Journey to Your Outermost Mind (Album Review)

SAMI YAFFA – The Innermost Journey to Your Outermost Mind

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To start off, and to my own ignorance, I have never listened to any music from the New York Dolls.

Nor did I have even listened to the Michael Monroe Band.  I played eeni meeni miney mo on a list of bands and my finger landed on Sami Yaffa.

This review comes off from a fresh perspective of someone who never heard of Sami until now. I can’t compare it to anything he has done in the past. So here we go!

 

As my finger landed on Sami Yaffa in a list of many artists, I didn’t expect to get hooked on his stuff right away, but this guy is good! Really good!!! How is it possible that I have never heard of him before?

Talent

Sami has exceptional talent. From the first song on his debut solo album to the next song and so on, I got more and more hooked.  He’s a great singer, great bassist as well a great songwriter.

I love the various style of music he has on his album. There is not one song I don’t like on this album, I like all of them.

The album The Innermost Journey To Your Outermost Mind is very well produced, every instrument comes out clear out of my speakers. For me, it’s an important factor on who I pick for a review, anything that wouldn’t sound good I just can’t take the time to listen to. This album sounds great.

I would recommend this album for anyone who loves variety in their music; it’s not too heavy, it’s not too soft, It just has a lot of great content and fun to listen to.

Homework

Now I have some homework to do, explore the history of Sami Yaffa. I will take my Tardis and go back in time when the New York Dolls began and see how he came to be and what he created over the years.

This is one guy that I want to see play live, I hope he comes to my end of town.

Get the album from September 3rd via Livewire Records.

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