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Album Review

Ingram Hill showed once again that as modern rock grew louder and angrier, alternative fans preferred a dose of Memphis-influenced roots rock. Where Tom Petty or Counting Crows would infuse their sound with a folksy earthiness, electric guitars still reign for Justin Moore and company. Moore continued to walk the line between post-grunge and Americana by effortlessly crafting personable tales of love gone wrong. Call it clear hindsight, but Moore details former relationships in a healthier, less brooding manner than on June's Picture Show. That's why "Finish What We Started" and "I Hear Goodnight" come off as shimmering pop nuggets rather than stale, jaded attacks. The rest of the album, from the confessional "Four Letter Word" to the tongue-in-cheek "Impossible," shines with glittering guitar work that would please the trailblazers of post-'90s alternative rock (think Cracker, Wilco, Tonic, Matchbox Twenty). The highlight is the title track, a Southern rock ode taken directly from the songbook of the Black Crowes or Sister Hazel. Without major steps in any one direction, Cold in California makes you wonder why more bands don't craft this type of music.

Customer Reviews

So good.

These guys are fantastic. There's really only one song that I never really got, and, ironically, that is the title track (the track that the Itunes review suggested was the highlight of the album). I disagree with the review on that point, but that may simply be because I am more attracted to the rock edge of the album, rather than the country twang that is present on a number of tracks here. Don't let the country twist deter you, though; this album is top notch compared to most stuff released these days. These guys should be more well known. Highly recommended.

Soo good :)

Awesome album! Love it!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Contrary to what some might assume, Ingram Hill is not of the name of a solo artist but rather, a band; no one in Ingram Hill is actually named Ingram Hill (just like there was never a musician named Lynyrd Skynyrd or Jethro Tull -- at least not in either of those well-known '70s bands). Like Cracker, Train, and Tonic, Ingram Hill has an earthy, unpretentious approach that is relevant to both alternative pop/rock and roots rock. The Memphis-based foursome aren't an exact replica of classic rockers...
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