No Guts, No Glory
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on May 27, 2014
Clearly influenced in a great way by Producer Dave Aron (Snoop Dogg & more) this new moe. album delivers awesome and eclectic, guitar driven rock tunes. The album as a whole just rolls perfectly - I have let it play on repeat and heard new things in it each time through. Strong production mix - lots of great percussion work and the addition of horns to these tunes is pretty sweet. Same Old Story, Annihilation Blues, Billy Goat, Silver Sun and White Lightning Turpentine are stand out rockers that expand nicely in their live format in concert. The Pine and The Apple Trees & Keep on Working have a more acoustic vibe to them. Everytime I listen to Blonde Hair & Blue Eyes, written about the bass player's daughter, I sing it for the next two days.... 25+ albums and 25+ years later moe. is still putting out great material - passionately and cohesively. SO worth the purchase - I am going to try and get my hands on the vinyl version asap!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 11, 2014
I am amazed at the lack of reviews for this lp, thus far, almost as much as I am by the music itself.This just may be Moe's best studio effort yet. Lot of energy and excellent writing and playing. If you're a jam band fan, you don't wanna miss this one. If you just like good ol guitar r&r,and never experienced Moe, you don't wanna miss this one. These guys are goooood!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 11, 2014
What can you say? Moe. never disappoints. Beginning to end the CD is solid. Robs usual rockers are my faves, and Als more laid back jams with Chuck never fails. The new video for BH and BE's is very cool and fun with Robs daughter.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 26, 2014
I enjoyed the new approach and the grate jams. Top song right now is "Billy Goat". If you liked their last cd (La-La's) you will like this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 17, 2014
Been listening to moe. since 2002... roughly half of their incredible career as a band.

If you enjoy jam-style bass/drum heavy rock... you are in the right place.

Cheers!
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on October 15, 2014
I was really into moe. back in the mid-90s. I saw them at The Rock here in Tucson in the spring of '97. Then that summer they were selected to open what turned out to be the last year of the post-Grateful Dead 1997 Furthur Festival. My best friend and I pretty much had the band to ourselves because who shows up to see the first band at a day-long festival? Well, if moe. is the first act up, I sure as hell showed up at half a dozen Furthur Festivals in the western U.S. I remember Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine, California. A vast open space, moe. on stage, and maybe 10-20 out in the audience. I felt for the band, but loved the semi-private performances I got there and elsewhere.

I really loved the band and saw them countless times. About the time they stopped allowing soundboards I began to get a bit bored of the band. Their set lists seemed stale and their music began to sound the same. Slowly, without being aware of it, I moved on to String Cheese Incident, Railroad Earth and other bands.

I was at the Live Music Archive (archive.org) and came across moe. OK, so, still no soundboards. I do not like crappy audience recordings, so I went back to the very early days and downloaded a selection of moe from 1992-1997. I've had a kick listening to them. I was curious how they sounded and I was going to download this from Amazon, but it's cheaper to order the CD, plus you get the download for free. Go figure? I ordered the CD, which I'll probably never open, and downloaded the music, which I've been listening to for the past two days.

I like the evolution in moe.'s sound. A little more funk, blues, and not so over-the-top! I really like this reinvigorated version of moe.! I went to their web site to see if they'd be out west anytime soon and, karma!, they are going to be in Tucson on Nov. 4! My birthday (60...groan, I'm getting old!) is Oct. 30, so I'm picking up a ticket and going to the show. That's my birthday present to me.

Moe. still jams, even on a studio release. Somewhere around here I still have the promo of "Meat," which was 45 minutes long. Good old days. Now that I've reconnected with the band, maybe they can help ease me into freaking "senior citizen" status. OK, my body is olld, but in my heart and soul I'm still 23. I'm a born-again moe.-ron!

Get this CD/download combo and save some money. From a 20-year-fan, I'm tellin' ya, this stuff is good!
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on June 14, 2015
Bought by accident as part of a three cd bundle that I thought was all String Cheese Incident (that'll teach me not to read things)
Umphreys McGee was quite good but this 'Moe'?

In one word- derivative
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on July 11, 2014
Awesome album. Silver Sun sounds like a Pink Floyd jam!
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on September 19, 2014
This album rocks! Best moe release in some time. This album brings great song writing and innovation lyrics, with hard hitting rock licks and jammy segues and a full sound complimented with slanderous xylophone. A MUST HAVE for all fans a the jam genre and great for any music lover.
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on December 8, 2014
These guys know how to put together a great song, and have the musicianship to make it outstanding.
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