Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
+ 1/2 stars...The Seldom Scene Machine Keeps on Rollin'
Steve Vrana | Aurora, NE | 06/04/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This is the first Seldom Scene album I purchased following the departure of original guitarist John Starling. I needn't have worried. Phil Rosenthal filled his shoes nicely and on this 1983 outing contributes four songs including the opening track "A Girl I Know," the energetic "Open the Window, Noah" and the gospel number "The Weary Pilgrim." His other contribution is the melancholy "Winter Wind." Among the other highlights are a fine rendition of Jackson Browne's "Jamaica, Say You Will" and another Paul Craft gem "Born of the Wind." (Craft wrote the classic "Through the Bottom of a Glass" which appeared on 1974's OLD TRAIN.) Everything you expect from the Seldom Scene is here--close harmony singing, impeccable song selection, and first-rate musicianship. [Running Time - 31:54] HIGHLY RECOMMENDED"