Tony Scherman
November 03, 2000 AT 05:00 AM EST

Tomorrow's Sounds Today

type
Music
Current Status
In Season
performer
Dwight Yoakam
Producers
Reprise Records
genre
Country

We gave it a C+

Dwight Yoakam’s style is so seamless, his taste so sterling, that his recent music is just this side of boring. Tomorrow’s Sounds Today‘s sound, grittier and dustier than ’98’s poppish A Long Way Home, masks the album’s core blandness; too much of the material is just plain forgettable. Yoakam’s one wild card remains the insanely inventive picking of producer-lead guitarist Pete Anderson, whose exhilarating solo on ”A Place to Cry” is the album’s high point. C+

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