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All Music Guide -If you didn't know for a fact that Let It All Come Down was a 2003 recording, it would be easy to assume that this disc was recorded in the late '70s or early to mid-'80s. Think of the more middle-of-the-road pop
ock from the Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan years; think of Phil Collins, Bryan Adams, Chicago, and Rick Springfield -- people who were relevant to both pop
ock and adult contemporary back then. Clearly, Burke Roney tends to favor artists who emerged in the '70s and '80s; there's no getting around the fact that his material sounds dated by 2003 standards -- and that doesn't automatically mean ...