Rosalie Cunningham ~ Rosalie Cunningham




The guitarist for this album really likes his fuzz box, as you can hear on the opening song “Ride On My Bike” & the song that follows that one. You may know Rosalie Cunningham from the band PURSON, but if not, take a listen to this album & you’ll hear more than what this singer did in that band. The main focus is on the singer however, you’ll hear a lot of beautiful instrumentation on this album. From the piano, to the guitars, to the horns, just let yourself go with this & groove with the flow of the music. Mixing progressive rock with psychedelic & pop, and that is what you will find on this album. “Riddles and Games” reminds me of the COWSILLS in the beginning of that song. Favorite songs for me are “Nobody Hears” & the epic “A Yarn From A Wheel”, which spans out to almost 14 minutes, with different stuff coming at you in different passages of the song, including the lovely fuzz tone again. I give this 4 out of 5 Music Guru stars.

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