If the illegitimate love children of John Lennon, Bob Dylan, Jimmy Page, and Roger Waters, formed a band...it might sound like Jim Reynolds' 'Suburban Revolution'. Jim's musical vocabulary runs the gamut, traversing various styles of the rock/Indie genres, from catchy and melody infused rockers, to hard hitting funky groove rock, to deeply textured acoustic driven testimonials...all wrapped in a somewhat cynical, yet hopeful, and humorous, view of himself, the world, and the human condition. Obviously, no stranger to pain and love lost, his music paints the picture of an artist with plenty to say, both lyrically and musically. On 'Suburban Revolution', Jim's second full length CD, he wrote all of the songs, played all of the instruments except drums and keyboards, and is at the helm as the record's producer as well, carrying his interpretation of the songs to fruition. The record was mixed by well respected, veteran engineer/ producer, Bob Bullock, adding to the rich texture of vintage soundscapes heard here. If you enjoy soulful, honest, and well crafted rock with killer tones...do give this one a listen!