Richard Lloyd: The Cover Doesn’t Matter

Richard Lloyd began his career as a guitarist in the seminal 1970s New York rock band Television. His fourth solo release, "The Cover Doesn’t Matter," finds Lloyd in top form as a writer, arranger and rock instrumentalist. The CD is an exceptional, guitar-driven sonic tapestry, where each song is woven together by beats, stereophonic melodies and fills that are both loose and highly composed.
The Cover Doesn't Matter
Released: 2/20/2001
Genre: Rock
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