The Notorious Cherry Bombs

The Notorious Cherry Bombs

by The Notorious Cherry Bombs
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The Notorious Cherry Bombs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
How can you go wrong on a CD that features Vince Gill, Tony Brown and Rodney Crowell? You can't. Mark my words as this CD will be in all the Top 5 lists for this year. My favorite song is, Let It Ride, Let It Roll, a rollicking uptempo honkey tonk tune that Vince and Rodney take turns vocally calling out to the older set to loosen up before you're too old to do so. The hilarious stone cold country of ,It's Hard To Kiss The Lips at Night, That Chew Your A$# out All Day Long, (the first video and single...look for Vince and Rodney in drag as each others wife...) while may not get the radio airplay it deserves (let's hope it does) will be the song and video everyone will be singing to. Vince and Rodney both contribute about four songs each and the remainder is often a collaberation of writers. While the sound overall is definately country it does not sound dated or tired. There is a true energy that this band exudes. Great singing, writing and playing throughout. The whole CD is top notch but ,Dangerous Curves, and ,Forever Someday, stand out. Dangerous Curves is a mid tempo heart felt song from Rodney and Vince telling a married man ...you better go on home - she has dangerous curves... While ,Forever Someday, is a stone cold country ballad as only Vince could sing it. With country radio playing the same 5 artists same 7 songs 99 times a day, my hope is that this CD is not overlooked. Let's hope the Cherry Bombs decide to tour and that would be the only thing that could top this CD. A true masterpiece.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If this isn't a top 3 candidate for Grammy and/or CMA awards, I give up. Every cut either makes me cry or makes me rock. This isn't pop radio country; it's the real thing. Interesting thing is that Rodney Crowell takes the lead vocals most of the time, with "bigger" star Vince Gill doing the background harmony. But when Vince has the lead, it's amazing, heart-rending, gorgeous. (I was never much of a Rodney fan until this CD. His voice is pure GOLD.) If there were a SIX or SEVEN star rating, that would be my choice for this stunning set.
Guest More than 1 year ago
NOT A BAD SONG ON THE ENTIRE CD! TWO OF THE BEST SINGERS EVER MAKE ONE OF THE VERY BEST CD'S EVER! I PRAY THAT THEY CAN DO IT AGAIN IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE.