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Bobby Cyrus - Homeplace (2013)

17-03-2014, 08:10
Music | Folk | Country

Bobby Cyrus - Homeplace (2013)

Artist: Bobby Cyrus
Title Of Album: Homeplace
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: BGC Records / GMV Nashville
Genre: Country
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:56 Min
Total Size: 111 Mb


1. Cut My Teeth on (Waylon and Willie)
2. Homeplace (feat. Bob Cyrus)
3. Milkman's Eyes (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)
4. Send Me Wings
5. Hillbilly Man
6. A Rose for Marie (feat. Tom T. Hall)
7. Daddy's Home
8. Broke Down in Georgia
9. If I'da Wrote That Song
10. Carved Our Names in Stone
11. Bodan's Home
12. Lucky Guy
13. Homeplace (The Poem) [feat. Bob Cyrus]

A native of Kentucky, you might be wondering about the last name that Bobby has. Well, yes, he is related to Flatwood’s favorite son, Billy Ray Cyrus. The two are cousins, and there are times that you can definitely hear the family resemblance – from a vocal standpoint. But, as where Billy Ray is at his best when he lets his rockin’ side show through, Bobby is quite at home with a more traditional sound – where this album excels the most.
You get the first taste of what he is made of with the nostalgic sounds os “Cut My Teeth On (Waylon and Willie),” which opens up this album. He definitely knows how to handle an up tempo song, as he does on “Hillbilly Man” and “Milkman’s Eyes,” which features that other Cyrus. But, as stated earlier, what really struck me was Bobby’s way of handling a ballad.
“Homeplace” is a very touching performance, paying tribute to the Cyrus’s way of life, while the piano sets the mood for a stunning vocal job on “Send Me Wings.” One of his biggest musical influences, Tom T. Hall, shows up on the “Storyteller”-written “A Rose For Marie,” which is a highlight, as is his heartbreaking “Carved Our Names In Stone.” But, perhaps, the creme de la creme comes with the true-to-life “Broke Down In Georgia.” Have you ever wondered if the writers (in this case, Mickey Cates and Tony Ramey) have been looking at your life? This brings back too many memories of Interstate 16 and Highway 1 for comfort, but music is meant to affect you, and this definitely does.
Bobby Cyrus has put together a disc that shows many musical sides, with him excelling at each. Give this one a chance. You’ll be glad you did!

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