12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With a rough-and-ready mix of raw guitar power, shuffling grooves, and epic ballads, Blackberry Smoke's fifth album proves that they’re the most earnest heirs to Southern rock royalty like Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers. Every track glows with the warmth of ‘70s AOR—from the half-stack growl of “Waiting for Thunder” and sly dirge of “What Comes Naturally,” to richly harmonized ballads like “Sunrise in Texas.” The set closes with a guest appearance from Gregg Allman himself.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With a rough-and-ready mix of raw guitar power, shuffling grooves, and epic ballads, Blackberry Smoke's fifth album proves that they’re the most earnest heirs to Southern rock royalty like Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers. Every track glows with the warmth of ‘70s AOR—from the half-stack growl of “Waiting for Thunder” and sly dirge of “What Comes Naturally,” to richly harmonized ballads like “Sunrise in Texas.” The set closes with a guest appearance from Gregg Allman himself.

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