jun 26 2011

Review: Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou – Quality First Last & Forever


Releasedate: 2011-06-20
Label: Heavenly

Trevor Moss and his lawfully wedded wife Hannah Lou bring us a folky piece of record that is pretty much up our devoted Kentuckyseven-alley.

These Londoners made a choice and left the city, moved to the southeast of England and into a 14th century pub where they live and recorded this sweet piece of music.

My personal fav is the awesome Charlie Parr-cover Cheap Wine. Trevor Moss does this in an uptempo-feetstompin-beautiful-version that makes me wanna embrace this world we wander.

QFL&F is an old-fashioned album. Something to ponder, something that will sink in. It is also a sweet summer-record to enjoy with family and friends. Life doesn´t have to be harder than this. We dig.

¤ 5/7 Kentuckyseven´s

¤ Vid 1: Cheap Wine

¤ Vid 2: Spin Me A Rhyme

jan 28 2011

Review: James Walbourne – The Hill


James Walbourne – The Hill

Label: Heavenly. Releasedate: Jan 31 2011.

James Walbourne´s debut album hit stores Monday morning. The Londoner is out doing his legwork, supporting Justin Townes Earle on tour and in February Walbourne gets on the dusty road with labelbuddies Sea of Bees and Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou.

Listening to James Walbourne I get a good Tim Easton slash Lars Winnerbäck vibe. It´s easygoing, free stuff yet thoughtful and willowy. My hunch says Walbourn and bandmates had a great time recording this album, you can tell just by listening to the tunes. The Hill welcomes you around for tea, the nice sort.

James Walbourne helps Chrissie Hynde out in The Pretenders. He played the guitar on iconic pianoburner Jerry Lee Lewis´ last year album. He tours with Son Volt and The Pogues. Not bad for a young fella…but listening to The Hill you know why. This is blues, countryrock and folk all wrapped up and ready to go. Me like.

¤ Judge says: 4/7 Kentuckyseven´s.

¤ Best tracks: The Hill, Cocaine Eyes

¤ Drink while you listen: 400 Pound Monkey

¤ Check it out: JW – Myspace + JW – Spotify