10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The dance-floor impulses that thumped through 2015’s Jekyll + Hyde have seemingly been satisfied by Zac Brown’s club-ready group Sir Rosevelt. Full of down-home nostalgia and punch-the-air choruses, Welcome Home returns firmly to the country traditions of 2008 breakthrough The Foundation. Worn furniture is a metaphor for unbreakable blood ties on fiddle-driven romp “Family Table,” while premium, made-in-the-U.S.A. whiskey represents true love on “Real Thing”’s anthemic Southern soul. Executed with goosebump-raising harmonies and incisive melody, this is a homecoming to celebrate.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The dance-floor impulses that thumped through 2015’s Jekyll + Hyde have seemingly been satisfied by Zac Brown’s club-ready group Sir Rosevelt. Full of down-home nostalgia and punch-the-air choruses, Welcome Home returns firmly to the country traditions of 2008 breakthrough The Foundation. Worn furniture is a metaphor for unbreakable blood ties on fiddle-driven romp “Family Table,” while premium, made-in-the-U.S.A. whiskey represents true love on “Real Thing”’s anthemic Southern soul. Executed with goosebump-raising harmonies and incisive melody, this is a homecoming to celebrate.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
359 Ratings

359 Ratings

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Real Country is Back

I've also been noticing country how has topped the charts more often than usual. With the rest of the music industry going to crap, I can see why. Music is so computerized with the edm bangers of shallow pop culutre mess now, but country is still real and holding out. Country music seems to be taking over the vacency of real music.

ChiefLJC ,

In the tradition of tributes to Dad.

Once again, Zac Brown Band exhibits the musicianship and vocal harmonies that are their trademark. The song will be a huge hit because of the universal story of father and son relationships...the role model we all fell in love with as young boys. It also recognizes the awesome responsibility of being that role model for our boys. Poignant, moving, and challenging us to continue the tradition.

PanchoBarnes ,

Nothing original

Very disappointing album...I'm still a huge ZBB fan, but nearly every song sounds like a recycled version of an old one.

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