Reviewer: Lorimar Promotions
Ouch!! Just Like finding a needle in a haystack is how surprised I was to find this Electrifying Southern
Country Rock Music CD reaching into my heart and soul. Music you'll relate to With Exceptional Harmony,
Rhythm and Arrangements and Incredible Vocals you will undoubtedly find yourself Jamming to the Best Beat of the South, Cutler Spur! Get your CD Today!
This is everything Southern Country Rock Music is all About.
Reviewer: Skydog's Red Dirt Music
This CD has everything on it from fast to slow. Patriotic songs to Drinkin Songs. Cheatin Songs and Love songs.
Reviewer: Joyce Wright Antebellum Productions
What a great CD. Superbly crafted songs and great singing. An edgy country album. Loved it.
ONE OF THE BEST CD'S to come out in a long long time.
Reviewer: Rhon/RhonBob Promotions
EXCELLENT, SUPERB SONGS WITH FABULOUS SINGING. GETTING awesome remarks from DJ's worldwide about this CD. Rhon
Reviewed by Richard Henderson of Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion
If Cutler Spur was to be described by a singular word it would undoubtedly be American. Characterized by a traditional 4/4 drum beat and traditional guitar rifts, Cutler Spur offers the ultimate biker feel that is sure to be appreciated by all true Americana fans. Addressing quintessentially American themes of nationalistic pride, drinking at bars, and chasing women, both the lyrics and instrumentation of Cutler Spur’s address an experience held by many Americans. The lead singer’s voice resembles that of someone like Johnny Cash while the instrumentation also follows closely in his footsteps. Rockabilly and Country fans ought to flock to this album as Cutler Spur stays true to the genre and will have fans yelling “Yee-Haw!”
Track 1: “Fortunate Man” expresses from the very beginning what this band is all about. Boasting lyrics about “the right to be free,” “the best fighting force,” and “the land of the brave,” this song is entirely about Cutler Spur’s pride in being American and how fortunate all Americans are because of the incredible liberties we enjoy.
Track 3: “I Don’t Remember Doin That” is about an alcoholic who is convinced to take just one drink. This song’s instrumentation is quite similar to the sound that Johnny Cash created and is best described by a walking bass line, harmonized vocals and fiddle like guitar solos.
Track 6: “Shaky” sets itself apart from the rest of the album in its lack of a driving electric guitar section. In lieu of this, a smooth and ambient guitar part is employed and is coupled with equally soothing vocals that develop into speech as the album ends.
Cutler Spur CD review by Pittsburgh DJ Rich Fox
from the opening song had me looking at the CD player like, "Whoa! This
could be cool!" The First track "Fortunate Man" is VERY reminiscent of a
local band here in Pittsburgh named Ruff Creek and one of their songs as
far as the sound goes. Also, it has a touch of Kentucky Headhunters with
the words being very reminiscent of lyrics that would be written and/or
highly accepted by that of Charlie Daniels and Lynyrd Skynyrd if
approached to them in my opinion! Fortunate Man is by far the cool track
on this CD and I THINK Cutler Spur KNEW it! Definitely a Country, LOVE MY
COUNTRY--as in USA song---this one is a Rocker that YOUR DJ REALLY liked!
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