What the press has said about â€œSilence & Obscurityâ€. . .
â€œIf their live shows are any example of Travaliniâ€™s latest solo offering then you surely put him on the map. Musicians with substance with a flair for unpredictable nature, just when you think such songs as â€œPale Imitationâ€ drag on a bit too long, Travalini and the boys help re-adjust your headlights and dazzle you with profound lyricism.â€
â€œProving himself to be a credible songwriter may have not been his goal but itâ€™s exactly what he did. Songs like â€œBroken Promisesâ€, â€œFilling Up The Daysâ€, and â€œLeave This Townâ€ show what heâ€™s made of and capable of creating as a songwriter. For fans of Springsteen, Dylan and the such."
-Ear Candy mag
â€œbehind Travaliniâ€™s vocals are well-planned and orchestrated rock songs that simultaneously arenâ€™t entirely new but donâ€™t sound like anyone either. With songs like â€œBroken Promisesâ€, â€œAnother Dull Nightâ€, â€œBetter Quit(While Iâ€™m Behind)â€ and â€œWhat You Wantedâ€, Tony Travalini could get some serious attention with a little image crafting.
â€œDour, but in the brightest and most engaging way imaginable. Travalini has all the traits of a troubadour (if thatâ€™s a pun, itâ€™s the worst one Iâ€™ve ever written), and has great songwriting instincts. Something of a strange little snack, but one that turns out to be sweet in the middle.
-Aiding and Abetting #272
Check out the artist's website:
1. Broken Promises
2. If You're Thinking of Leaving
3. Another Dull Night
4. Pale Imitation
5. What You Wanted
6. Invisible Tears
7. Filling Up the Days
8. Lovely Mess
9. Flying Inside
11. Leave This Town
12. New Springtime
13. Better Quit(while I'm Behind)
14. When You Came to Me