The Time The Hour CD
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At first listen I was a little disappointed: the harmonies have diminished and the songs aren't as snappy and catchy. However, after having listened to each song a number of times, I have begun to really like each song. Particular favourites are 'Close to Her', 'Hannah' and 'Be With You'. 'Close to her' is a perfect example of Hal's ability to come up with beautiful harmonies almost on a par with The Beach Boys. There is a noticeable development from their first album, and I think this is indicative of their musical talent.
I even noticed a hint of prog rock and sounds of Barclay James Harvest. But Hal are definitely original and have the ability to write extremely catchy, easy listening soft rock songs. Probably my favourite band of the 21st century along with The Magic Numbers.
Should you buy this?...Yes. Yes you should!!!
Anyone who likes West Coast rock, The Thrills, Beach boys, fabulous melodies and excellent lyrics should give this album a chance. Definitely as good, if not better than the first.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
excellent second album. good songs and melodies. long awaited, unfortunately dare say it will not sell amongst all the papPublished on 27 Dec. 2012 by Parana
I'd begun to think that I'd imagined Hal's eponymous, brilliant debut - it was so long ago. At last, they've followed it up with another wonderful, sweet, melodic work of... Read morePublished on 27 May 2012 by Kindle Customer