9 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Pump24 ,

Brilliant from start to end

Following their show on a snowy frozen night in 1989, Bruce invited me onto his tour bus to warm myself up. He is one of the most charming, polite men I`ve ever met, along with The Range, who were equally polite. That said, this album was an amazing follow-up to The Way It Is. All of these songs pour from his soul and heart, something missing from today`s music. A brilliant album.

TRBrulz1 ,

GREAT STUFF!!

Bruce is such a kind, down to earth guy. Great singer, composer, and band member. He has had his own band, a solo career, helped the grateful dead tour when they lost Brent Mydland, and made great albums. This is the first full album by Bruce Hornsby that i really stopped and listened too. My dad had it on cassette and we listened to it in the car on a roadtrip. it hit me. This is music. I have never written a review, and i felt compelled to write this one. I ended up buying the physical cd, and have been more hooked on Bruce than I have ever been. i hope he keeps doing what he does for as long as he can!

listener51 ,

Soulful and Optimistic

Unexpectedly so. Despite the reviews that suggest an album examining America's shortcomings, it is the happier and less critically acclaimed tracks that make this collection shine. The Road Not Taken is one of Hornsby's best ever and The Show Must Go On is equally enjoyable and uplifting. While not quite as commercially viable as its predecessor, Scenes From The Southside is a solid album from the first track to the last. Definitely worth the ten dollars...

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