Learn & Burn
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2011 album from the Canadian Rock quartet, the first unsigned band to ever grace the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. These four Rock 'n' Rollers play a laid-back, no-frills Psychedelic Blues Rock that sounds like it was born and raised in the '70s. 15 tracks.
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I bought the album based on that one song, and I'm glad that I did. It's a really cool mellow rock album. It sounds as if it came right out of 1969. It sounds (and looks, check out those beards) very authentic to the period. I am impressed. I really like it.
Highlights for me include:
"Please Don't Lead Me On", much in the same vein as the single, but with piano too
"I Don't Get By" which has a very country (or even Led Zep III) vibe
"Sounthern Dreaming" which reminds me of the Allmans, CCR and The Band all at once
"Soldier Boy" probably the most rocking song on the album
"Catfish 2 Boogaloo" kind of even reminds me of a simpler version of Cream at times
And, the whole medley. These four mini-songs all meld together seamlessly kind of like a really brief version of Abbey Road side two.
The only song I dislike is the title track "Learn and Burn". Not into the vocal hook at all.
Good album though, and I want to find out more about this band.
had some soul rather than sounding like every group who's
music seems to come out the same old cookie cutter can?
Want some good rock like what might have been around in
the late 60's and early '70 (read: heart felt, good rockin')?
Then I have two words: The Sheepdogs.
It suddenly hit me one morning while listening to Learn And
Burn -- this reminds me of The Guess Who ! And I loved
The Guess who!
But make no mistake, the Sheepdogs are at the same time
uniquely themselves. So this is certainly an album for
those of us who grew up in the '70's, but also an album
that fills a vacuum so much needed today ... real musicians,
good musician, and a group of guys who have the soul of rock
Truly, Learn And Burn amongst today music is like a
breath of fresh air with all the comfort that reminds
us of what seemed a more classic time in rock history.
Most recent customer reviews
awesome vocals and lyrics, has kind of a seventies sound alot of toe tapping music from heavy metal to blue grassPublished on July 26 2013 by jim leveille
I recommend this cd to anyone who likes the sound of classic rock with a fresh twist! These guys are great and I look forward to seeing them live in Victoria, soon. Read morePublished on April 4 2013 by David Tapp
A renascence to the much loved sound of the 60's + 70's. Good grove, touch of psychedelia-a very familiar sound.Published on Jan. 19 2013 by Ian Pritchard