Honey Moan [EP]

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
Entrance's Guy Blakeslee is an indie rock kid who bleeds for the blues and his 2003 debut album, The Kingdom of Heaven Must Be Taken By Storm, was his homage to traditional elements of the genre. The Honey Moan EP is equally intriguing with its foot-in-the-gut appeal, and Entrance's loaded direction of what the blues and folk means to him is so solid, Honey Moan could very well have been another album. He blends folk and blues so well, far from being artless yet not entirely convinced of itself being an original sound. By 2003, coming up with something original is a task in itself; however, Entrance manages to do something to surpass the standards of making interesting...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
Entrance's Guy Blakeslee is an indie rock kid who bleeds for the blues and his 2003 debut album, The Kingdom of Heaven Must Be Taken By Storm, was his homage to traditional elements of the genre. The Honey Moan EP is equally intriguing with its foot-in-the-gut appeal, and Entrance's loaded direction of what the blues and folk means to him is so solid, Honey Moan could very well have been another album. He blends folk and blues so well, far from being artless yet not entirely convinced of itself being an original sound. By 2003, coming up with something original is a task in itself; however, Entrance manages to do something to surpass the standards of making interesting music for the indie rock crowd. Reworking Robert Johnson's "Come On in My Kitchen" is an honest, gritty effort for the younger generation, and if that's the only thing Entrance is able to do with Honey Moan, he's done something right. Never straying from tradition "Honey Moan", he maintains a raw spirit and isn't aggressive in his approach "Sunshine in Belfast/Sunset in Christiania". Once more, Entrance has made his passion known.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/7/2003
  • Label: Tiger Style
  • UPC: 686806005120
  • Catalog Number: 51

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Entrance Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Robert Johnson Composer
Traditional Composer
Entrance Arranger, Composer
Guy Blakeslee Engineer
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