I enjoy most of Amos Lee’s output, but this and Last days at the Lodge are the two that get played the most.
I don’t think I’ve ever heard anything by Amos Lee, so this should be interesting.
I have a couple of his albums. I have found his back catalogue a bit hit and miss but I’ve not heard this one. Will give it a play.
Never heard any of his work, so should be interesting.
Not listened to him since Mission Bell, will give it a stream…
Bit late to listening to this one. It is nicely played and performed by it is a bit light and insubstantial for my tastes. TIDAL tags it with ‘Adult Alternative Rock’ , ‘Neo-Soul’ () and ‘R&B’. It is very MOR and, as such, is not really for me. 2/5 and I doubt I will be listening again or chasing down the back catalogue.
Always good to listen to something new and I learned that Neo-Soul is a thing, which is nice.
It is the very essence of MOR. Fucker should be prosecuted for lane-hogging!
Tis all very nicely played and recorded, but I prefer music with some semblance of menace and groove; this is the sort of “rock” ( and I use the term extremely loosely) that your parents would recommend…
I shall be steering quite a wide detour around any future or past music of Mr Anus Lee.
Thought it was dire.
Same as the post above, I’m afraid.
Did absolutely nothing for me