Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A lost classic
Joseph P. Mcguinness | charleston, sc United States | 06/21/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I partied with these guys a few times. This review is not biased though. This album will not be heard by many people and that's a shame. They are from the columbia area in south carolina. Never made it, but definitely not due to lack of talent. This is great southern rock. I don't have the cd with me while I'm writing this review (bored at work), but I can tell you some of the hilites.
It opens with a copule of straight rockers. good swagger and definite get the keg party started stuff.
Song three is called miss misery. A ballad toward a bitch, but much classier than my description. This song features a great solo at the end and some decent lyrics "crawlin round her feet like a dog"... "f ck my soul, cause I don't need it no more." You really have to hear the vocal timbre of the singer, and the band as a whole to appreciate the sound they put together.
The best song on here and maybe one of the best songs I've ever heard is called never said. Absolutely amazing track. It starts with a beautiful piano solo (played by the bass player les hall who has been with howie day and trey anastasio lately) which crescendos into a great guitar melody. The song has beautifulk lyrics about lovers on a ship and a captain taking the girl who dives into the sea after the captain kills her man. This is a beautiful song.
There are more great moments, but without a tracklist it's hard for me to remember all of them. This is something that would appeal to fans of marshall tucker, allman brothers, skynyrd, etc. Each player was great in their own right. I actually like their other album better and am about to review that. Buy either one though they are an outstanding band."