simply knows how to write fine popsongs. Namely such that are not
abounding with triviality but are utterly full of meaning even in lyrics about
relationships - so much the more if he surveys significant social topics. But
Gilbert O'Sullivan also offers witty ideas, irony and play upon words. i.e.
["The Allergy Song", "Where Would We Be (Without
Tea)"] He is musically gifted to write sensitive (not sentimental)
ballads, as well as uptempo, even almost rocking songs and strikes up an
authentic tune in a New Orleans jazzy style as a reference to his idol Fats
Domino. According to his enormous variety of styles within the pop genre,
O'Sullivan deserves a successful comeback with his new album GILBERTVILLE.
Take the opportunity!