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Wed, 23 Mar 2005

Doyle's Brunch / O'2L
Doyle's Brunch I hope I can be forgiven for assuming that Doyle's Brunch was the product of some Irish band. Given the title of the album and the band (pronounced O'Toole, as in Peter), it seems a natural mistake. In fact, O'2L is the product of Jane Mangini on keyboards and Al Pitrelli on guitar. And neither one sounds a bit Irish.

Mangini and Pitrelli are two members of Trans-Siberian Orchestra, although I'm guessing they're about as Siberian as they are O'Tooles. But enough about what they aren't. What they are is jazzy and energetic and fun to listen to. Quite a change from TSO's angsy Christmas fare. Not that I'm complaining about that. To my mind, angst is a lot more true to life than the usual holly and manger stuff we get in December.

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