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Holding All The Roses
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: June 30, 2016 at 23:08|
|Immediately better than the woefully mellow Whippoorwill, and listening to the lyrics to "Let Me Help You Find The Door," I like to imagine they're taking some pointed shots at the Nashville machine that didn't reward them for playing the game last time out. Also the song title "Rock And Roll Again," even though it's about a rebound chick, is an indicator of the musical direction. Somewhat, anyway.Honestly, I need to listen to this again, because I wasn't i the right headspace for Blackberry Smoke when it came out, and probably didn't give it a fair chance before getting bored. "Let Me Help You," "R&R Again," and "Too High" were my favorites from those early listens.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 3, 2016 at 2:18|
|The first words sung on the album are these: "Why's it got to be the same damn thing, the same old song that everybody wants to sing? Same sons of bitches rigging the game, they sell the same old faces with a brand-new name." It could be about anything, but having heard the band's last album, knowing they worked with hot Nashville producers and barely made a dent on the country charts, it seems very obvious what they're talking about in that song.
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