YOU GO ON
Would you ever think they'd be a pop balladeer hailing from Pakistan? Well, in a musical globe where anything is possible comes Tee-m, a man armed with a dream and an acoustic guitar, and his four tracks of pop rock. Immediately, a Beatles influence is apparent, as Tee-m mixes rich vocal harmonies with compelling songwriting much like the Fab Four did. In fact, even the production, which features lush, orchestrative arrangements, screams Liverpool. In a world where a lot of the folksy stuff is very whiny and interpersonal, Tee-m turns his folk rock into tunes of hope, love, peace, and harmony, in a way that's a hell of a lot more honest and forthright than anything Jewel ever did.