Cry Of Love's BROTHER is a great album from 1992 that blends mid-70s British hard rock a la Bad Company with the sounds and styles of tough-on-crime Southern rockers such as the Outlaws. This blend is refreshing because it has a dry, open sound that was unique in an era where the claustrophobic sounds of grunge reigned supreme. At times you hear a blend of Marshall Tucker, the Outlaws, and Lynyrd Skynyrd with Paul Rodgers-style vocals, which holds up better than the anarchistic, meat-eater-baiting of R.E.M. and Eddie Vedder. Buy this CD and you won't be disappointed.
I would recommend this to a friend