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      Pinto Graham Dos "Sleeping Giant" Song Review by Allyson Kingsley

      Pinto Graham

      Dos

      July 12, 2019

      "Sleeping Giant"

      Song Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio

       

      Pinto Graham is a trio that originates from New Haven, CT and blend a creative groovy mix of southern style rock. The endlessly talented musicians are bassist/vocalist Ant Reckart, guitarist/vocalist Andre Roman, and drummer Brian Harris. Catching their live performance is a must do as they blew my mind with their set at the New England Stoner and Doom Fest recently. Just checked out a new track off the upcoming album Dos called "Sleeping Giant." It's a cross between rock your brains out and psychologically soothing.  I had to ask Ant Reckart the meaning behind the song.

      "Just north of New Haven, where we live, there is a natural hill formation named, Sleeping Giant. It is so named due to its resemblance to a man lying on his back. There is a head, torso, and legs all in view when traveling North on I91 toward Wallingford, CT. I, myself, pass by the Giant to and from work 5 times a week. It’s beautiful and mysterious and is a perfect subject matter for a song. The lore expressed in the song is fictional and came to me rather easily. Some lyrics come seemingly formed and ready to be written down. Others are much laborious. Sleeping Giant was a tale that wanted to be told. With any luck, folks will identify with it and make it part of local lore. That worked incredibly well for Washington Irving and Tarrytown, NY."

      This is what I love about musicians. You see a common thing every day and turn it into a beautiful song. Pinto Graham continue to prove that music comes from the soul.

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