Andy Hawk | moth crazy

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moth crazy

by Andy Hawk

Toe-tapping "girl-done-gone" album. Makes you look forward to his next failed relationship.
Genre: Pop: Beatles-pop
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1. Breaking the Wave
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2. Willows and Walls
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3. Wednesday at 4 p.m.
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4. I'll See You In My Songs
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5. She Stopped the Rain
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6. The Symphony of 2 a.m.
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7. I Want to be Santa Claus
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8. Never Lost the Teardrops
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9. Diamonds on the Sea
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10. Bright Idea
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11. About a Girl
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12. Ferris Wheel
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13. Maybe Someday
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14. Good Night
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Andy Hawk is a singer-songwriter living in Hamilton, Virginia. His blend of hooky pop belies the serious undertones of his lyrics. You'll hum along and cry at the same time to some of his personal - yet universal - themes of his first album, "Moth Crazy": lost love ("Willows and Walls", "Wednesday at 4 p.m."), dealing with the past ("Never Lost the Teardrops", "Breaking the Wave"), leaving your hometown ("Ferris Wheel"), broken dreams ("Maybe Someday"). You'll also relish the bittersweet love songs ("I'll See You In My Songs", "She Stopped the Rain", "Diamonds on the Sea"). His words strike to the heart of what all people must go through in the arc of a life. He blends a knack for more acoustic laments ("Ferris Wheel", "Maybe Someday", "I'll See You In My Songs", "About a Girl") with a few straight rock-n-roll tunes ("Good Night", "She Stopped the Rain"), and even throws in a rocking mini-rock opera ("The Symphony of 2 a.m.")


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J. D. Weeks

Excellent songs and smart production
Although sometimes the lead guitar overwhelms slightly, these quiet pop tunes are smartly written and extremely catchy. Andy Hawk's voice is frail and expressive, without devolving into whiny confessionals. This CD is one that expertly melds introspective lyrics with appealing poppy hooks, and deserves a much wider audience than it currently has.