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72 & Sunny
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Country, Folk, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Uncle Kracker's first two albums of soulful, funky, down home rock & roll sold over two million copies and spawned hits like "Follow Me," "In A Little While" and "Drift Away." Now, inspired by early Beatles albums and Rod ... more »
Uncle Kracker's first two albums of soulful, funky, down home rock & roll sold over two million copies and spawned hits like "Follow Me," "In A Little While" and "Drift Away." Now, inspired by early Beatles albums and Rod Stewart's classic disc Gasoline Alley, Uncle Kracker fills his highly anticipated new album 72 And Sunny with an acoustic/electric feel reminiscent of early `70s rock and country albums, without compromising his signature songwriting style. The album demonstrates Uncle Kracker's growth as an artist, showcasing his knack for writing undeniably catchy melodies that combine elements of country, down-home soul, and juke joint pop.
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This is Uncle Kracker's best work yet!!!
Raynee Hamer | Watson Lake, Yukon Canada | 08/16/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album could not have come out at a better time, for me anyways. I read in the liner notes that he was going through a separation from his wife at the time he wrote most of these songs, and then when they got back together, he changed some of the lyrics.At this point in my life, I am going through a separation, brought on by my husband, and the songs touch my heart and have so much feeling in them, hardly a day goes by when I don't listen to this C.D., and feel the pain. But it helps.I have all 3 of his C.D.'s and thoroughly enjoy them all!"
This is one GREAT cd
harleypsychRN | Abingdon, Maryland USA | 10/03/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Although I was familar with Kid Rock, I wasn't really that familar with Uncle Kracker. Oh, I'd seen him on the video with Kenny Chesney but as far as his music- I took a chance and bought this cd after reading about it in People magazine. WOW is all I have to say. There is not one bad song on here and how many cd's can you say that about today? Matter of fact I can't remember a release since the Gin Blossom's, "New Misrable Experience" that is consistent all the way through from track to track..and I buy alot of music. I HIGHLY recommend this one."