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Core Of Discovery

by Little Man

Late 60's early 70's influenced guitar rock with a modern feel.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Pleased to Meet You
4:28 $0.99
2. Hit Me
2:58 $0.99
3. Horizon
3:21 $0.99
4. Production Day
2:54 $0.99
5. Memo Book
3:34 $0.99
6. Sitting Tree
3:22 $0.99
7. It Keeps On Giving
5:22 $0.99
8. Seal-ring
3:56 $0.99
9. How Is Your Life?
4:22 $0.99
10. Strife
3:22 $0.99
11. Let It Down / I'm Not Going Back
10:16 $0.99
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Album Notes
There is a Little Man in Chicago who emits all of soul to all who are near him.Through music and being, Chris Perricelli has inspired many to look within and seek a better self. Shining with soul power~~his body, guitar, voice, and amplifier are the tools of his soul projection. On or off stage he makes you feel good. Perricelli started playing the North Shore bar scene of his native Massachusetts when he was 17. His intense dedication to his art is clearly evident at live shows. His friendly voice merges with the unique sound and style of his guitar playing to create a vibrant experience.
Since 1995, Little Man has been focusing on the live experience, providing great entertaining in the Chicago and Mid-western circuit. They give you something to move to, and to feel. Chris'guitar experience includes strong influences of the late 60's and early 70's rock & Rroll that builds into a sound that is both classic and modern, and yet always experimental.
With solid bass grooves by Derek Brovold, and heavy drum phrases from Dave Cottini, Chris has got Little Man playing an original style of rock & roll that is rare in this day and age.



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Delusions Of Adequacy

These guys do it better than most.
“I'm guessing that the members of Chicago's Little Man grew up on equal parts Bob Dylan, The Who, The Beatles, and perhaps a little Van Morrison for good measure. Combine all that with a more modern, poppy style, and you get a sense of Little Man's first full-length album (Core Of Discovery)…These musicians are very talented, and their ability to take their favorite music from the 70s and bring it into a more modern rock sound with often poppy beats is pretty impressive…These guys are probably doing it better than most. I'm excited by this release… Surely, this would be a fun band to see live.”

Splendid E-zine

People positive love fest.
“Chicago trio Little Man plays straight-forward bar rock, and they play it well. By bar rock, I mean the type of rock and roll that college town bar owners salivate over. This is music that will make the girls come and dance and the boys smile and drink pitchers of beer. With instantly accessible melodies and a wide-open sound, Little Man invites listeners in to their people-positive love-fest. Despite a horn line in "Pleased to Meet You" that inexplicably reminds me of "Time Warp" from The Rocky Horror Picture Show, there are very few missteps here. Granted, the band isn't attempting to make major leaps in the definition of music, but they do what they do quite well.

Pete Palmeri

I take this CD with me wherever I go
Little Man's "Core of Discovery" is hard to put away, like a great book you just can't put down, or one that you read over and over. The music presented here is truly infectious. I recommend it highly, and I can't wait to hear more!

Curtis Haines

I have seen musics new face and it is Little Man!!
A great second effort, well worth the investment. with the direction music is going today this has the strength to hold up in time. The best album released this year!!

Mike The Kid Lougee

A staple in my cd player some of the best guitar work coming out of Chicago,Ever
Fantastic! after seeing them live I had to buy the cd one disc I leave in my player all the time.Some of the best slide guitar since Duane Allman.

Dan Conroy

Little Man's Sound Keeps on Giving, Bigger Every Day
Heaven help us all to keep them from the masses, should Little Man get the attention Core of Discovery clearly shows they merit. This has to be one of the most painstakingly polished, essentially self-produced recordings ever made. Only the drive and charisma of Chris Perricelli could bring such a roster of talent-- in both performance and production-- to so worthy a project, so early in a band's career. Perricelli's tight and unwaveringly catchy song structures have always been the epicenter of the band's groove prospectus, but never before have we had a glimpse of where it could all go. Core is adorned with slick, sauntering horns and bolstered with keys and slide guitar, all of which orbit vocal performances eclipsing past evidence. Resist bellowing along with the stout harmonies of Production Day or whistling to the gorgeous It Keeps on Giving only at your own loss. Having heard Little Man from its inception, I can testify this is a long awaited taste of the band's true potential.