Sunday, April 23, 2017

Review : Cranford Hollow - Color / Sound / Renew / Revive


Cranford Hollow - Color / Sound / Renew / Revive (2017) Independent
Produced by John Cranford / Preston Havill
SOUTHERN ROCK
Tracks : 1.Songfield 2.Long shadows 3.Bury it down 4.Noise 5.And your, Brutis 6.North 7.Dark turns 8.Swing
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3 out of 5

Feel like taking a long ride in the car? Well then, here´s some perfect music for the road trip.
The South Carolina based Cranford Hollow call their music lowcountry stomp, they´ve got quite a unique sound that I would like to call chill rock.
Their 5th album "Color/Sound/Renew/Revive" invites the listener to a smorgasbord of southern rock, blues, Americana and even celtic sounds.
The band is fronted by John Cranford - Lead Vocals/Keyboards/Guitar and he is joined by Phillip Sermans - Bass, Randy Rockalotta - Drums, Eric Reid - Fiddle, Yannie Reynecke - Lead Guitar.
I think they´ve done a good album where my personal faves are the Zucchero-like "And Your, Brutis" and the instrumental "Dark turns" that sounds like a laid back tune by Kansas.
For fans of The Allman Brothers, Nils Lofgren, Joe Cocker

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