Natalie and Zachary Wilksch, “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind” (2018): One Track Mind

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Slated to be issued later this year, Joe Mandica Presents GROOVES was originally intended to include 11 songs by 11 different performers. But additional folks have been enlisted on board, expanding into a compilation consisting of 14 tracks from 14 artists.

To keep us in the loop until the disc is available, sneak previews of videos of the tunes are being aired. The most recent morsel is Natalie and Zachary Wilksch’s “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind,” which features illustrious musician, songwriter and producer Preston Glass on piano.

Accompanied by a snippet of old school black and white film reel, “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind” projects a crisp and crackling sound incorporating patches of country, jazz and pop impulses into a singular scenario. Natalie’s sophisticated, yet playful vocals make an instant impact, while the electrifying instrumentation reverberates in tandem with her euphonious pipes.

Boasting a timeless quality and a gripping sing-a-long chorus, Natalie and Zachary Wilksch’s “Can’t Get Your Face Off My Mind” is one of those songs that will be swimming inside your head for eternity!

Beverly Paterson

Beverly Paterson

Beverly Paterson was born the day Ben E. King hit No. 4 with "Stand By Me" -- which is actually one of her favorite songs, especially John Lennon's version. She's contributed to Lance Monthly and Amplifier, and served as Rock Beat International's associate editor. Paterson has also published Inside Out, and Twist & Shake. Contact Something Else! at reviews@somethingelsereviews.com.
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