MP3 Chuck Lee Bramlet - Murder of Crows
Komplettes MP3 Album von Chuck Lee Bramlet
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Personal, unflinching and nakedly honest songwriting with arrangements from traditional to loud folk-rock.
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What a gem! Could sell a couple million copies! This is rock 'n roll in the tradition of Tom Petty and John Fogerty...
Anna McWillie - Editor-in-cheif - NoHo LA
Chuck is an indie songwriter-performer with solid alt-country and roots credentials. A former member of Rebel Train, The Violets, and Gingersol, he has played bass and written songs since age 12, and has an impressive discography as a bandmember and sideman. He has learned his lessons well from his mentors.
Murder of Crows is a blisteringly powerful and personal song cycle centered around connection, alienation, and addiction.
The songs are hypnotic and accessable, but bear up well under repeated listening. "Catchy" is too lightweight a term for this material, but "haunting" fits well. Murder of Crows follows the tradition of Van Morrison's Astral Weeks or Neil Young's Tonight's the Night in songs flowing effortlessly and irresistably from one to another.
Critical raves for previous release POOKS ROAD
A rootsy delight! The songs have a haunting quality to them... An excellent debut...
Ray Gianchetti * Kool Kat Musik - May, 2003
A very rich disc, where intensity like a red thread goes through all the songs...
door Maurice Dielemans - KINDAMUSIK - Twang - Feb 25, 2003
A promising debut and one which bodes well for follow-up "Murder of Crows", work on which is already underway and is due later this year...
Patrick Wilkins - Americana UK - March 2003
Bramlet's lyrics are honest with a subtle anguish delivered with a sound akin to George Harrison or Jeff Lynne. Showcases a musical maturity worth exploring over and over...
Miles of Music - Jan. 2003