Jerome Holloway – Sunday Morning Night Music

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With his album creatively titled “Sunday Morning Night Music” – Jerome Holloway offers a soulful voice with a smooth melodic backdrop.  Never too much, never too little – the arrangements define tasteful choice.  Its Indy/Folk/Rock, with the sweet taste of Jazz and a very unique soul.

Deep, thought provoking lyrical subjects are of no shortage – while somehow suitably back-dropping a make-out session – and still yet a proper choice for that moment in a road trip when its time to chill out after hours of jamming to Lay You Down.  This album has a wide appeal, for sure.

Sunday Morning Night Music plays well front to back – with most songs ending with a reflective lack of resolution.  Although Mr Holloway’s guitar remains fairly central to the 7 tracks, there is horns, Cello, electric guitar, and of course drums… all well arranged and easy to listen to.  There is an artsy cacophony in “My favorite thief” that has to be heard to be appreciated.

Jerome Holloway’s vocals are somewhere between Bob Marley and John Legend, with a clearly unique sound that ultimately reminds me of only Jerome Holloway.

Frankly if you are one who complains the “good ole days” of music are gone, you need to A: Get out more and B: Buy this album.  (His live show is awesome, and your gonna wanna hear more later!)

 

Sunday Morning Night Music - Jerome Holloway







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