Rehab Reunion reviews

Rehab Reunion has been getting a lot of attention in the press… here are some of the reviews:

Bruce Hornsby Rehab ReunionNPR: “he’s never sounded more relevant.”

Pop Break: 9.5/10: “absolutely delightful, and it gets stuck in your bones more and more with every song.”

All About Jazz: 3.5/4 stars: “a vibrant record that refreshingly gives the sometimes-overlooked facets of his music their place to shine.”

Our Musical Journey: “might actually be one of Hornsby’s best albums ever, even without playing a single piano key.”

The Australian: 3.5/5 stars: “a fun diversion from what Hornsby does best.”

Relix: “Hornsby proves that he’s still got some wonderful tricks up his sleeve.”

American Songwriter: 3.5/5 stars: “a natural, even logical road to take on a lifelong musical journey that has seldom been predictable.”

All Music: 8/10: “Hornsby manages to shoehorn the four-stringed instrument’s limited range into ten spirited full-band tracks that certainly aren’t folk songs.”

Jambase: “a discernible ‘live’ feeling.”

Previous Download: New York, NY .. October 26 2004 (early show)
Next Download: w/the Range, London 1988

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