...Somewhere More Familiar

...Somewhere More Familiar

by Sister Hazel


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While it is a bit glossier than the group's debut, Somewhere More Familiar is an engaging record of polished jangle pop, highlighted by the group's harmonies and knack for ringing acoustic guitar riffs. The group's songwriting is a bit inconsistent, but when Sister Hazel do hit upon the right song -- such as "All for You" -- the results are exceedingly pleasant.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/25/1997
Label: Umvd Labels
UPC: 0601215303025
catalogNumber: 53030

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sister Hazel   Primary Artist
Kevin Paige   Piano,Hammond Organ
Todd Schietroma   Percussion
Jett Beres   Bass Guitar,Vocals,5-string Bass
Ken Block   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Andrew Copeland   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Mark Trojanowski   Drums
Ryan Newell   Acoustic Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals,Slide Guitar
Darwin Martin   Hammond Organ

Technical Credits

Paul Ebersold   Producer,Engineer
Erik Flettrich   Engineer
Scott Hall   Art Direction
Sister Hazel   Art Direction
Jett Beres   Composer
Ken Block   Composer
Andrew Copeland   Composer
Mark Trojanowski   Composer
Ryan Newell   Composer

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...Somewhere More Familiar 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For true music that sticks to its roots while maintaining its own sound listen to Sister Hazel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album has true feeling - vocally, the passions of the singers ring forth like Marc Cohen/''Walking in Memphis'', and John Hiatt/''Have a little faith in me''. The scope of the instrumentals is incredible, and the harmony is comparable to The Beach Boys or Simon and Garfunkel - if it doesn't surpass them. Thanks fellars.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD made my long commute bearable. Upbeat, happy music that's great to sing along with.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago