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A Real Nice Parade

Hannah Cranna

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New Haven's Favorite Sons

A Real Nice Parade by Hannah Cranna is a collection of songs that span a decade by one of New Haven, CT’s great local bands. The sound can best be described as a combination of Paul McCartney and R.E.M. Slightly edgy but with sensible melody holding things together.
“Hello” starts off as a fun, up-beat tune that sounds like it was written in 3 minutes. It’s sure to get the evening’s bar-related festivities started on the right note. “Are You Going Home, Polly” is a happier, Tom Petty-like song about a girl. At 2:30 minutes long, “Paul McCartney and Wings” doesn’t seem a long enough homage. “Get Close” would get almost anyone dancing. It’s percussive, straight-forward and sports an excellent guitar solo.
The boys seem to have swallowed a thesaurus at some point and it’s put to good use in “Enough”. A slow-groove of a song with a main
chorus of ‘I would do most anything’ which could be sung to fit almost any angle of love the singer was feeling that night. Probably better live, the album track misses a sense of emotion. “Take This Darkness” follows with what sounds like a mash-up of R.E.M. and TMBG.
“Something Left Behind” is nearly great. For all the things out of place, slightly non-sensical lyrics, a flat guitar solo that goes on too long,
and that it’s mixed to sound like the band members weren’t even in the same room during the recording, the song has that pull, that certain something that lets you fall into its spell. At some point you’ll realize you're singing along.
The band has left the bar scene and gone to an outdoor venue with “Halcyon Days”. A nice mood change on the album and a good, pop sound. Which leads nicely into what is the best track on the album, “Coming Untrue”. If there is one song that seems to mesh all the best parts of Hannah Cranna together, it’s this track. The band sounds together, the melody is wonderful, the lyrics almost make sense but don’t just enough. It’s the song you think about when you think about the album.
“Toeing the Line” and “Heroine in Ohio” are two slow jams. Taken together they tend to drag the album down. Neither song is truly memorable. The album closes with the live track “Money/Flying”. The band is comfortable here in the presence of music legend Joey Molland and seems to rise to the occasion. It’s a great track to end the album and leaves you tapping your toes.
A Real Nice Parade is an excellent snapshot of a bar band that you’d love to have at your favorite watering hole. Professional,
catchy, and capable of moments of near brilliance. Give them a listen and check them out if they hit your town!


Turns out my eighth grade teacher is in the band rock on ROCCO, I mean MR.V

A Real Nice Parade, Hannah Cranna
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  • $9.99
  • Géneros: Rock, Música, Pop
  • Publicado: 01/01/2012

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