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Customer Reviews

Not a Mistake by any means!

I loved Ed Hale's solo album : Ballad on Third Avenue so I was somewhat biased towards Hale's acoustic rock songs. But The Great Mistake, was like an unexpected gift!!! A surprisingly catchy rock album that lifts you up and makes you want to sing and dance to it. One after another catchy song made me think: "oh this ones my favorite" but then the next song would come along and soon become my favorite. This is a really fun and high energy album with great vocals and music. I am super impressed by Ed Hale and the Transcendence continuing to deliver such diverse and cool music!!! The Great Mistake is definitely one to add to your collection!!

impressed

Was pleasantly surprised. I think it's catchy car music and has a nice groove to it. It has a cool 70's vibe too which I'm really into lately.

It is just rock n’ roll after all, isn’t it?

Overall The Great Mistake is a fun, rocker of an album. Hale shows that he is capable of creating some really good tunes that are centered around a nice poppy hook. It’s nice to hear his band take a step back to a more relaxed and simpler sound, though at times it does seem to be a bit too relaxed. Lyrically the songs are far from challenging, but the result is an entertaining album that sounds like a group of musicians that enjoy making music rather than trying to achieve something greater through it.

Kevin Kozel

The Great Mistake, Ed Hale and The Transcendence
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