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Album Review

The members of Vertical Horizon often cite James Taylor as a major influence on their music. Originally released in 1992, There and Back Again is folksier than their major-label breakthrough. It will be popular among fans of Train and Jackopierce, who contributed to 1995's Running on Ice, but may not appeal to those who like the harder-edged Everything You Want. There and Back Again is marked by vocal harmonies and melodic acoustic guitar. Standout tracks include "The Mountain Song" and "Willingly." An interesting look at Vertical Horizon's early roots, but it would be a mistake to expect that the band's best work would be on this early self-released album. Of interest mainly to die-hard completists. RCA released its version of the album in 1999.

Customer Reviews

Good stuff

I love this one =) This one is an acoustic, unlike "Everything You Want" which is louder and electric.
Not my favourite of all their albums, but when they're all so good it doens't matter which is a bit better. It's definitely recomended, I give it a five.


Formed: 1991 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Launched in 1991 as a folk-based acoustic duo, Vertical Horizon gradually molded itself into a slick pop/rock outfit, culminating in the band's brief (but significant) heyday at the turn of the 21st century. Matt Scannell and Keith Kane first performed together at Georgetown University, where the two undergraduates honed their harmonized vocals at parties and local coffeehouses. Shortly after graduation, they relocated to Boston to record a debut LP, 1992's There and Back Again, and returned to their...
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