Jaw-Dropping Magazine Review

Made in the Shade Redux by Brian Walton

Brian Walton has had tremendous success in the music industry for over three decades; however, he is not finished yet. And “Made in the Shade Redux” demonstrates his undeniable skill and audience-pleasing voice.

— NOW PLAYING:
“Made in the Shade Redux” explodes with excitement from the moment you press Play. At the song’s beginning, Brian Walton’s guitar roars like a mighty lion. Plus, Terry Hall’s earth-shattering percussion section will hit your ears like a shotgun blast. And that’s only the first nineteen seconds before the legendary singer appears, with superb vocals and memorable lyrics. 

“I got an old pair of Dingo’s on/And a wore out Stetson hat.” 

Beyond that, the influential vocalist then takes command and dominates the production. At critical moments, the legendary singer takes a vocal break to let the classic keyboard and iconic guitars shine like a vintage 1969 Ford Mustang. Not to mention, Vilac and Lilo Miloslav played the Brass flawlessly. Later, the final seven seconds are like a cinematic movie ending, leaving you speechless.

— MEGA MUSIC DETAILS:
Date of Release: November 19, 2022.
Music Genre: Modern Jazz Swing.
Songwriter: Brian Walton (ASCAP/SCL/SGA).
Producer: Brian Walton (MPAA) for Musty Dungeon Studios (Sony) & Disney Records.

— SUPREME DREAM TEAM:
Vilac and Lilo Miloslav: Brass.
Terry Hall: Percussion.
Brian Walton: Vocals, Keyboards, and Guitars.

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GET READY TO BOOGIE! “Made in the Shade Redux” explodes with excitement from the moment you press Play. At the song’s beginning, Brian Walton’s guitar roars like a mighty lion. Plus, Terry Hall’s earth-shattering percussion section will hit your ears like a shotgun blast. And that’s only the first nineteen seconds before the legendary singer

GET READY TO BOOGIE! “Made in the Shade Redux” explodes with excitement from the moment you press Play. At the song’s beginning, Brian Walton’s guitar roars like a mighty lion. Plus, Terry Hall’s earth-shattering percussion section will hit your ears like a shotgun blast. And that’s only the first nineteen seconds before the legendary singer appears, with superb vocals and memorable lyrics.

“I got an old pair of Dingo’s on/And a wore out Stetson hat.”

Beyond that, the influential vocalist then takes command and dominates the production. At critical moments, the legendary singer takes a vocal break to let the classic keyboard and iconic guitars shine like a vintage 1969 Ford Mustang. Not to mention, Vilac and Lilo Miloslav played the Brass flawlessly. Later, the final seven seconds are like a cinematic movie ending, leaving you speechless.

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