Merlin Snider

One Light Many Windows

2017-08-03

When you open this album it is pretty cool that they provide a list of the songs on a little slip of paper, but additionally it gives you information on what instruments were used, and the genre feel they have towards that particular song, so you know what you are getting into before you even press play. It has a fairly singer songwriter feel to it, but as you will see they get into some "Mid-Tempo New Orleans Jazz/Swing" and "Slow Gospel Groove" as well as many other selections. It was pretty good, i really liked the track descriptions they provided, and tracks 1, 4, 8, and 9 were pretty decent.

review by Matt

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