“Shine On” is the end product of Nashville transplants Larry Florman and Alex Haddad recording for 6 months. And goddamn, they should be proud, because they nailed it. The album delivers ass-kicking rock and foot-stomping roots at a perfect ratio. “Shine On” has a very well thought-out flow to it, building up and mellowing out at just the right times. Guns blaze and guitars shred with the albums opener “Cryin’ Shame,” and the following track “Woo Who” pays swampy, Southern-rock homage to the Black Crowes.
Bron : Nashville.thedelimagazine
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