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ROAD TO FREEDOM (by Dan Kening, The Chicago Tribune)

As impressive as Grayson Hugh's 1989 debut album "Blind To Reason" was, "Road To Freedom" represents a quantum leap beyond it. While Hugh's blue-eyed vocals and affinity for gospel-style Hammond organ remain, his music adds a welcome infusion of rock 'n roll punch. "Hideaway", "Forever Yours, Forever Mine" and "When She Comes Walking" bristle with radio-friendly hooks, while Hugh's Rod Stewart-meets-Sam-Cooke vocals on "I Can't Untie You From Me" and the ballad "Walking Through The Fire" are sublime.

- Dan Kening (five-star review), The Chicago Tribune, Nov. 19, 1992

Road to Freedom Must be Traveled!

Just as you anticipate more soulful blues as a follow up to Blind to Reason, Hugh asks us to put the top down and soak in the journey! This is a rousing collection of soulful vocals mixed with infectious rythym and keyboards that makes you want to jump in the roadster and drive for miles! I've never been so pleasantly surprised.....fantastic cd!


Born: Connecticut

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

This elusive, Connecticut vocalist, pianist, and songwriter initially excited soul fans in 1988 with his second album, Blind to Reason, which was closer to gritty, gospel-tinged soul than almost anyone was cutting at that time. The single "Talk It Over" made the pop Top 20, and both the single and album went gold. Grayson Hugh assembled a band and toured incessantly. Due to record company machinations, Hugh's second effort, Road to Freedom, landed on MCA in 1992. Two of its tracks, "I Can't Untie...
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