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Genre: Rock
by: Justin Smith

I don’t know what it is, but for some reason I can’t shake the fact that I’ve seen or heard these cats before. It’s like they strike some intangible human chord within us. Every musical influence that played a part in the eventual formation of Cattywompus manifests itself in each of the tracks, including The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, among countless others. “Dog Town” opens with the feeling of Santana letting loose…while title track "Wildfire" proves a melodic jam that makes you want frolic barefoot in the grass with the sun shinning warmly upon your face and the tunes emanating from the stage. Additionally, this album has a special emotional tie to the band members, and it clearly shows. The passing of bassist/vocalist James and drummer John's father Kevin Webber prior to the debut of Wildfire is not doubt a devastating lose to all of those who had the privilege of knowing him. Our prayers are with them.
(originally published in our sister publication KOTORI Magazine:

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