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Glenn Morrow's Cry for Help

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Glenn Morrow's Cry for Help
📅 Released23 June 2017
StudioOrange Road Studios, Montclair, New Jersey
⏳ Length42:53
🏷️ LabelRhyme & Reason Records
🤑 ProducerRay Ketchum

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Glenn Morrow's Cry for Help is the debut studio album by the American rock band Glenn Morrow's Cry for Help.

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The eleven-track album was released on vinyl, compact disc and digital download with Rhyme & Reason Records on 23 June 2017. It was recorded and produced by Ray Ketchum at the Orange Road Studios in Montclair, New Jersey.[1] Additional keyboards are by Andy Burton. In an interview with The New York Observer, Morrow explains the song "Keira Knightley is about "privileged people feel[ing] oppressed in different ways [and] the way by which they actually are. Everybody feels the need to be free, and there's a lot of ways to be enslaved."[1] The album draws comparison to the music of R.E.M., and the Rolling Stones.[2] The record release party for Glenn Morrow's Cry for Help was at HiFi in New York City, on 28 June 2017.[1]

Reception[edit]

Blurt awards the album three out of five stars, saying it has "hooks galore and the kind of melodic prowess that makes it a record worth return listens," adding "Morrow's assertive stance is dominant throughout."[3] A review of the song "The Days to Come" by NPR columnist Jim Allen calls it a "steadily surging, midtempo rocker [that] finds Morrow searching for ways to keep his inner flame alight in perpetuity. He starts out sounding like he's harking back to retro-futurist '50 sci-fi[,] but his ambitions quickly shift to a more earthbound outlook [leaving] us to wonder where the line between fantasy and reality really falls for visions of tomorrow."[4]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Bleecker and Third"3:43
2."The Days to Come"3:25
3."Comfort Zone"4:32
4."Pony Express"4:41
5."Third Act"3:57
6."Let the Kid Come Out"3:52
7."Keira Knightly"4:16
8."When Night Falls"2:57
9."Electricity"3:40
10."44"4:06
11."Return of the Wild One"4:44
Total length:42:53

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