Tag Archives: One Day. Album Review.

Jimmy Rae & The Moonshine Girls, One Day. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

The road trip across an entire continent, the sense of travelling with purpose and discovery, not only of a strange and often bewildering land, but of yourself as well, your inner rage, your calm and collected peaceful moments, the tears and the laughter; you don’t get the same response from your soul when all you have done is seen the road through other people’s memories or through the camera lens, it may give you a start but sometimes you do truly have to experience it for yourself.

Angus Smith And North 56, One Day. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

The fusion of Rock and language, the guitar simmering with excitement as the prospect of a different voice cutting along its strings is too much to contain at times and yet we find we must sit in the dark, compelled to only love what we love and never venturing forth into another realm, always content in what we know, always stuck in a pattern that is so familiar that we can almost wear it as an outfit and go out about our business assured that nobody would stop us to remark on our choice of outerwear.