Album: The Past Ain't Far
Label: American Roots Music
Playtime: 34:45 min
Rip date: 2011-04-02
Street date: 2010-00-00
Size: 50.43 MB
Quality: 191 kbps / 4410kHz / Joint Stereo
The first few notes of the opening song are very ear-catching. The song is pretty slow, but melodic and easy on the ears.
One of the notes I wrote about this band is “Nice vocals. Cayamo-ish.” Which won’t make sense to anyone who doesn’t know what Cayamo is. It’s the music cruise I went on last year. It focuses on singer-songwriters mostly in the folksy/Americana vein.
This band would fit nicely on that festival. It’s mellow and laid back, but almost to the point of sounding samey. I like the songs, but it’s hard for me to listen to the whole album at once, I feel I want more variety.
But they’re a good, talented group writing nice songs.
01. You Give More Than Enough ( 4:16
02. Who's Gonna Guide The Night ( 2:34
03. How Can I Return ( 3:04
04. Angels In The Desert ( 3:59
05. Blue Comet ( 2:35
06. How'd You Get So Down ( 2:19
07. The Past Ain't Far ( 4:23
08. The Wait ( 3:40
09. Velvet Coat ( 3:52
10. Lose The King ( 4:03