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Neville - No Need To Hurry

Neville - No Need To Hurry
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A real easy listening winner and the more you listen the better it gets, perfect for a lazy afternoon to relax the soul, CD features an honest vocal style - close to garage, but not far from smooth


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Track Listing
1. Simple Call   
2. No Need To Hurry  
3. All In A Memory 
4. These Times (Won't Get Me Down) 
5. Nothing New 
6. A Million Nights
7. Glove
8. Ten Years 
9. After The Moment 
10. The Line
11. Phone
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    More info and Reviews 

 What would happen if you joined Wallflowers, Dave Matthews Band and Dire Straits? The most amazing group ever created? Well you’re wrong, just one man alone can do this… Neville! South African born Neville Klotz is a unique artist. He writes his own lyrics as well as music. Since Neville can remember he was under the influence of music. From his brother playing piano, to all his three siblings fighting over posters of their favourite groups as children.

Back in 1994, Neville was in a CD shop when he heard Counting Crows. He was so into them that he felt he could not just listen to them, he had to play the music! Playing guitar has been Neville’s passion for about eleven years now, strumming to all music genres. When he was in South Africa, he used to teach guitar in Cape Town.

As well as working in IT database managing, he achieved a BA degree in Music and English, while specialising in poetry and the history of music. Currently Neville has taken this year off to focus more on his musical career. The previous four years he was teaching music at a Melbourne Primary School. Neville has set goals and already accomplished a lot this year. Ranking in the MP3 charts as well as his recent album release, which can be found in leading CD stores such as Sanity and JB HiFi. Neville has already completed two albums. ‘Without a Trace – Long Into the Night” in 2003 and the recently released album, “No Need to Hurry”. His first album has a Jazz music swing, blues sound to it, containing all instrumentals including one vocal song. He found that his single vocal song was received better than any instrumental one. Hence, Neville continued to focus more on lyrical songs. His songs would be inspired by past relationships and friendships he deemed special. His soothing song, ‘All in a Memory’ relates to a previous relationship and the fond memories he reflects on.

Neville has played at many venues such as Espy St Kilda, Noise Bar, Brunswick Café, Dizzy’s, The Local in St Kilda, 161 Prahran and a regular spot at Mace & Grace Thursday evenings. Too see where he will be playing next, just search his gig guide on the website www.neville-k.com This CD is the cure for the cold months to come. Grab your copy of ‘No Need To Hurry’, get your hot chocolate ready and cosy up to this emotional, honest and original album.


  "Full of the funky blues, Neville lays down smooth grooves with plenty of delta & flemmenco style lead guitar intermixed with jazz fueled fusion, and lots of kickback. There's also alot of jamming on No Need To Hurry, but when there are vocals courtesy of Neville Klotz himself (who's also doing the fine picking on the album, and no I don't know if he's related to the Jack Klotz of WEA fame), the music takes a definite alternative feel, and the vocal timbre is similar to a whiskey worn Elvis Costello or tenored Shawn Mullins. All In A Memory has a spanish guitar lick that goes in and out over a lounge groove and Klotz croacking what has to be a hit. On much of the album Neville and his band lay back, right on the edge of the slur. It's a genuine sign of quality. Anyone who likes great songwriting, songs, and style, will dig No Need To Hurry".

 Todd @ Underground Magazine No Need To Hurry, Neville Gina Adelson, Box Hill University Melbourne

 


 

You can visit Neville's website at www.nevillemusic.com.au or e-mail him at neville@neville-k.com

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A real easy listening winner and the more you listen the better it gets, perfect for a lazy afternoon to relax the soul, CD features an honest vocal style - close to garage, but not far from smooth


  *****AUTOGRAPHED COPY*****  

 

Track Listing
1. Simple Call   
2. No Need To Hurry  
3. All In A Memory 
4. These Times (Won't Get Me Down) 
5. Nothing New 
6. A Million Nights
7. Glove
8. Ten Years 
9. After The Moment 
10. The Line
11. Phone
Click on above buttons to hear samples of select tracks

    More info and Reviews 

 What would happen if you joined Wallflowers, Dave Matthews Band and Dire Straits? The most amazing group ever created? Well you’re wrong, just one man alone can do this… Neville! South African born Neville Klotz is a unique artist. He writes his own lyrics as well as music. Since Neville can remember he was under the influence of music. From his brother playing piano, to all his three siblings fighting over posters of their favourite groups as children.

Back in 1994, Neville was in a CD shop when he heard Counting Crows. He was so into them that he felt he could not just listen to them, he had to play the music! Playing guitar has been Neville’s passion for about eleven years now, strumming to all music genres. When he was in South Africa, he used to teach guitar in Cape Town.

As well as working in IT database managing, he achieved a BA degree in Music and English, while specialising in poetry and the history of music. Currently Neville has taken this year off to focus more on his musical career. The previous four years he was teaching music at a Melbourne Primary School. Neville has set goals and already accomplished a lot this year. Ranking in the MP3 charts as well as his recent album release, which can be found in leading CD stores such as Sanity and JB HiFi. Neville has already completed two albums. ‘Without a Trace – Long Into the Night” in 2003 and the recently released album, “No Need to Hurry”. His first album has a Jazz music swing, blues sound to it, containing all instrumentals including one vocal song. He found that his single vocal song was received better than any instrumental one. Hence, Neville continued to focus more on lyrical songs. His songs would be inspired by past relationships and friendships he deemed special. His soothing song, ‘All in a Memory’ relates to a previous relationship and the fond memories he reflects on.

Neville has played at many venues such as Espy St Kilda, Noise Bar, Brunswick Café, Dizzy’s, The Local in St Kilda, 161 Prahran and a regular spot at Mace & Grace Thursday evenings. Too see where he will be playing next, just search his gig guide on the website www.neville-k.com This CD is the cure for the cold months to come. Grab your copy of ‘No Need To Hurry’, get your hot chocolate ready and cosy up to this emotional, honest and original album.


  "Full of the funky blues, Neville lays down smooth grooves with plenty of delta & flemmenco style lead guitar intermixed with jazz fueled fusion, and lots of kickback. There's also alot of jamming on No Need To Hurry, but when there are vocals courtesy of Neville Klotz himself (who's also doing the fine picking on the album, and no I don't know if he's related to the Jack Klotz of WEA fame), the music takes a definite alternative feel, and the vocal timbre is similar to a whiskey worn Elvis Costello or tenored Shawn Mullins. All In A Memory has a spanish guitar lick that goes in and out over a lounge groove and Klotz croacking what has to be a hit. On much of the album Neville and his band lay back, right on the edge of the slur. It's a genuine sign of quality. Anyone who likes great songwriting, songs, and style, will dig No Need To Hurry".

 Todd @ Underground Magazine No Need To Hurry, Neville Gina Adelson, Box Hill University Melbourne

 


 

You can visit Neville's website at www.nevillemusic.com.au or e-mail him at neville@neville-k.com

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