Released May 2 2011. Over a decade in the making, Bruce Hornsby’s Bride of the Noisemakers is the follow-up to the widely acclaimed Here Come the Noisemakers. Another double CD release.
You made yourselves heard on the second official live release . The result was a resounding success for the additional criteria beyond the songs themselves.
The shelf-life (or longevity) or the record was rated at 90.9% – the highest of any record. You rate the musicality – defined as the playing, creativity and spontaneity that connects it all together – is rated at 95.7%. That’s the highest rating for any single aspect of any of Bruce’s records, including any of the songs.
Both of those scores, together with every single component scoring over 80%, make this the highest scoring record for the “additional” ingredients to a record.
As for the songs, fully 40% of them scored 80% or more, with the most popular being Fortunate Son > Comfortably Numb, which scored 88%. This was the only song which also appeared on Here Come the Noisemakers, where you gave it 84%.
All of the top 10 tracks were from songs from Hot House or later.
Reviews (and a podcast):
Pop Dose: The Matt ‘N’ Jeff Radio Hour: With a new live album going on sale from Mr. Hornsby, Jeff suggested that we should record a podcast about it. So wait a second, you guys are okay with spending at least 35 minutes talking about Bruce Hornsby in public? Hell yes.
You can follow (and join in) a lively Bruuuce.com Board discussion about Bruce Hornsby’s Bride of the Noisemakers.