Up The Chain – Seeds & Thorns

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Keystone Rock Review

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“…There is hardly a weak moment on this eleven-track album filled with solid compositions and the pristine production of Bill Moriarty. While the music has a solid folk/rock core throughout, there are definite nods to other genres like alternative, Americana, country, and even a bit of Philly soul.”
http://www.keyrockreview.com/up-the-chain-seeds-thorns/
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JP’s Music Blog

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“The music on this new release is very relaxing as you just get lost in Kendall’s vocals in “Same Story.” He adds a bit of soul music to his sound in “Take Me Talking” and “For To Give Away” as his approach mirrors the seventies output of Paul Simon. Up The Chain could be ranked with fellow singer/songwriters Amos Lee and Shawn Mullins with outstanding songs like “A Ground” and “No Sweeter Sound.” The album closes with the storied lyrics of “Names of Ghosts” as you will instantly put the album on repeat to enjoy his songs once again.”
http://jpsmusicblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/cd-review-up-chain-sows-seeds-of-new.html
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