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The Dead is live, Whitney astounds and Guitar Mikey is the real thing
Nick Krewen - The Spectator (Hamilton), Nov. 1990

....We didnít know a duet written by and recorded with Stevie Wonder, takes an almost anti-melodic approach and maybe just the vehicle Wonder needs to get back on the charts, while Lover Of Live has a touch of understated jazz.

Houston breathes so much life and sensuality into After We Make Love that the windows around the house maybe steamed for weeks.

Thereís never been any contention that Whitney Houston is a great vocalist, but sheís never been really tested. Iím Your Baby Tonight is the assurance that the lady rightfully takes her place among the Arethas, Barbras, Billies, and Bessies of this world.


For the first major league album, Hamiltonís Guitar Mikey gives a charming little smoker that serves as a lively showcase for his considerable six-string talents.

But the great thing about Caught Between The Squeeze is its lack of self-indulgence. While Mike McMillan has the prowess to impress with dazzling technique and the ability to produce hour-long guitar solos, everything is kept in tasteful check in respect to the song.

This self-discipline strengthens the album considerably, and should give even those diehard Guitar Mikey fans a new found respect for the man as a songwriter/arranger.

Elephant Shoes, Mighty Man and Little Maria are three of the 10 very good reasons to pick up this blues-flavoured package. Bassist Curtis Cripps, drummer Robert Latzer and producers Ian Thomas and Ed Stone must be commended for stellar support.

Caught Between The Squeeze firmly places Guitar Mikey in the ranks of Jeff Healey and Colin James in terms of expertise.

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