Thursday, January 27, 2011
CD Review: Kasey Anderson Has The "Heart of a Dog"
The album begins with a loose, bluesy guitar riff as the song, "The Wrong Light" sound like something out of Stone Temple Pilots' book. The rock 'n' roll sound that Kasey Anderson was looking for is found in the song "Mercy." The jamming rock guitar and catchy chorus make for a great combination in music. The slow burn of "Your Side Of Town" finds Anderson and his band reverting back to his alt-country sound, but they quickly turn up the volume and tempo with "Sirens and Thunder." The album definitely rocks with the raw guitar of "My Baby's a Wreking Ball" and the J. Geils blues of "Revisionist History Blues."
Kasey Anderson & The Honkies have a handful of dates in the Seattle, WA area. For tour dates and album information, please visit kaseyanderson.com.
Posted by JP's Music Blog