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Further North

by Johnathan Rice

Further North by Johnathan Rice

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Further North

by Johnathan Rice

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Label: Reprise
Those who offered quiet applause for Trouble Is Real are unlikely to expect such a confident collection from this young New York songwriter, who stacks up high-volume mid-tempo rockers that update the gritty/purdy approach of Petty's Wildflowers. "The End of the Affair" is an affable odd duck with its oldies groove and harmonies, as is would-be Counting Crows tune "The Middle Of The Road," but thumping, acoustic guitar-driven songs like "The Ballad Of King Coyote" and the title track show Rice's huge potential.

About This Album

Those who offered quiet applause for Trouble Is Real are unlikely to expect such a confident collection from this young New York songwriter, who stacks up high-volume mid-tempo rockers that update the gritty/purdy approach of Petty's Wildflowers. "The End of the Affair" is an affable odd duck with its oldies groove and harmonies, as is would-be Counting Crows tune "The Middle Of The Road," but thumping, acoustic guitar-driven songs like "The Ballad Of King Coyote" and the title track show Rice's huge potential.

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About This Album

Those who offered quiet applause for Trouble Is Real are unlikely to expect such a confident collection from this young New York songwriter, who stacks up high-volume mid-tempo rockers that update the gritty/purdy approach of Petty's Wildflowers. "The End of the Affair" is an affable odd duck with its oldies groove and harmonies, as is would-be Counting Crows tune "The Middle Of The Road," but thumping, acoustic guitar-driven songs like "The Ballad Of King Coyote" and the title track show Rice's huge potential.