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Single Review : Robert John & The Wreck – ‘Come at Me’

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Review by Paul Monkhouse for MPM

One of the finest bands to come out of America in the past few years, Robert John & The Wreck harness the soul power and skyscrapingly high song writing skills that the Black Crowes and Blackberry Smoke have become famous for.

There’s no pretence here, just a naturalness that comes from a sheer love of the music and ‘Come at Me’ is sure to put a smile on faces.

Bursting with life and melody, the song is a guarantee of Southern Fried home hospitality, tough but tender and full of warmth and charm.

With not just one, but two, solos this mini epic is a distillation of all that’s great and glorious about this all so blue collar of bands.

With the chops that could see them as feted as the Eagles and Allman Brothers, you can’t get much finer than this combo.



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