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Burn to Shine

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    Another fantastic album by Harper. As a huge fan of Ben, I really enjoy anything he puts out. Burn to Shine is an album that any first time listeners will really enjoy. His guitar playing is top shelf (as always) and his voice adds deep emotion to every song. He really is one of the most talented artists around today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Harper Continues to BURN

    Ben Harper's fourth album, Burn to Shine, is another masterpiece of musical variety. Harper delves into rock, blues, jazz, pop, and soul. Harper's unique and soulful voice adds to his solid lyrics (brilliant at times) and incendiary guitar style. From acoustic to slide to straight rock, Harper shows that he is one of the premier guitar player/song writers out there. Inventive tracks like Suzy Blue and Steal My Kisses let Harper's fans know that he will never stop experimenting with new styles. Hard-hitting songs like Bleed and Forgiven are accompanied by slower ballads like Beloved One and In the Lord¿s Arms to provide a wide variety of listening enjoyment. Harper is one of the most talented artists around today and listeners will really get a sense for that from Burn to Shine. If you like to hear a wide variety of music styles on one CD, you will like Burn to Shine. Though not his best effort, Burn to Shine is another step in the right direction for Ben Harper.

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