Feel All Right
Sara Hackett | from the Darkside | 06/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Like my friends, I really like the very long, eleven minutes long, "Goin Home." I actually have this song coming right after "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" by Bob Dylan, another eleven minute song, burning onto a CD that I play often when I have a long drive. Just two songs and twenty two minutes have flown by, I feel like I arrived in no time at all, almost like I got there before I left. Somehow I just seem to float along with these two songs, Mick's voice works so well with Mr. Dylan's.
Then there is the rocking and a bit strange "It's Not Easy," which tells us that it's not easy to live on your own, how true. "Lady Jane" is a bit strange, but I like it a lot. "Think," well all I can say about that song is "Wow!" "High and Dry" has such great guitar work on it, kind of reminds me of the guitar work on Bob Dylan's "Desolation Row." Maybe that harmonica is in that song on purpose. And I'd be remiss if I didn't say how much I loved "I Am Waiting" and "Goin" Home." How can anyone not love those songs." Like every record by this band, the Greatest Group on Earth, this record is a keeper."
This is a Rocker, Kind of Bluesy too
Danielle Lane | Horseshoe, North Carolina | 06/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I like the rocking flavor of "Doncha Bother Me." It has me up and dancing, moving to the beat, shaking my shoulders. Other song's on the record, especially "Think" and "Stupid Girl" have me up and dancing around the living room too. Then there are the songs you just want to sit back and listen to with the headphones on. I'm talking about "I am waiting" and "Goin' Home." You can really see the range of Mick and Keith's song writing on this record. Fast songs, slow songs, rockers and the blues, they can do it all."