You know how certain artists (like Fountains of Wayne, Ben Folds, Matthew Sweet, Foo Fighters) can write a song so catchy that you''re singing along with the chorus – on just the second or third time you hear it?
David Levin writes songs like that.
You know how some CDs explore the scary/sad/dark/tragic aspects of life but can still make you feel great because they present something true – and sound damn good while doing it?
Criminal is like that.
David likes to say he makes "music for grownups who remember when they weren''t." And this just about sums it up. Maybe you remember the emergence of Paul Simon or The Police or XTC and wish there were more artists like those today. Or maybe you discovered artists like that recently, and you love it when current artists display those great influences. Either way, you know that there is always room for another great rock/pop artist.
David is one of those artists.
If you need more background, here are some things you may or may not find helpful: he''s from MInnesota (via Montana with a side trip to New Mexico) … his son, Peter (Jet Boy) turns 3 in April ... he shows up for his appointments on time … he''s very handy around the house ... he co-wrote a best-selling business book called QBQ!: The Question Behind the Question … his previous release (his third) was titled Stepping on My Hat …
But you''ll really learn everything you need to know by listening to the record.
“It’s refreshing to hear a writer capable of weaving substantive lyrics and music together and balancing depth and levity with honesty and grace the way that Levin does.” The Copper Press
“David Levin is a prime example of a great songwriter/musician where most of the time, the different, loud and noisy get more attention. Levin would have a hit if the pop radio stations played quality music.” Rift Magazine
“Brilliant supersonic pop-music, built on excellent lyrics.” Hybrid Magazine
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