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Renovation
  • Artist: Robert Morey
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 659057727424
  • Item #: SRD772742
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/22/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Renovation on CD

Robert Morey assembles a first-rate, crackerjack band, The Hired Guns, to back him up for his third CD release. 'Renovation' is a collection of twelve original songs, including eleven by Robert and one previously unreleased song written by Robert's brother (and Brother's Keeper alum) David Morey. Lyrics from song to song range from the contemplative to the humorous. Recorded mostly live in the studio, these tunes are infectiously energetic, with more hooks than the tackle-box aboard The Orca. Several songs are likely to get you a-dancing around the room willy-nilly. 'An eclectic mix of songs ranging in sound from the soft-spoken, soulful James Taylor to the rockabilly riffs of Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps.' --Iowa City Press-Citizen 'With Morey surrounded by some of the most talented musicians the area has to offer, the songs take on a richness and depth that make [his] discs a great place to find simple, honest songs that subtly engage the ear. . . . These songs feel like standards.' --The Gazette [of eastern Iowa] 'There are enough subtle twists and turns in the songwriting to keep things interesting, and there's never a feeling of reaching or stridency, or artifice. He's genuine, without the smarmy cartoonish sincerity that seems mandatory in typical Nashville fare. Not only that, the lively arrangements and tight performances of the Hired Guns give the songs a sort of easy, organic inevitability. . . . If you like folk music and roots music, you owe it to yourself to check him out. Morey's music is made fresh locally in small batches, and it doesn't get any better than that.' --Little Village [Iowa City]