Sam Hammerman: Liberation

Sam Hammerman ReviewSam Hammerman’s “Liberation” is record made with nothing but honesty and heart. “Downstream” opens this record up nicely. The imagery created by his gritty, yet soothing vocals makes the mind wander. The title track offers up more depth to this singer’s essence. He’s coming from the same place you’d find the likes of Landon Pigg. In “Stay Right Here” it goes on and on like a conversation with an old friend. There’s familiarity to it, so there’s a sense of comfort – while “Web of Dreams” takes us for a trip. The intro comes through with more rock than the rest of the record and it’s an unexpected, but welcomed turn. Ending with “Rushing For Gold,” Sam continues to open himself up and the vulnerability makes you want more of what he has to offer. If you’re a fan of Pigg and John Mayer’s earlier stuff, check out Sam Hammerman’s “Liberation,” out now. (Sam Hammerman’s “Liberation” is record made with nothing but honesty and heart. “Downstream” opens this record up nicely. The imagery created by his gritty, yet soothing vocals makes the mind wander. The title track offers up more depth to this singer’s essence. He’s coming from the same place you’d find the likes of Landon Pigg. In “Stay Right Here” it goes on and on like a conversation with an old friend. There’s familiarity to it, so there’s a sense of comfort – while “Web of Dreams” takes us for a trip. The intro comes through with more rock than the rest of the record and it’s an unexpected, but welcomed turn. Ending with “Rushing For Gold,” Sam continues to open himself up and the vulnerability makes you want more of what he has to offer. If you’re a fan of Pigg and John Mayer’s earlier stuff, check out Sam Hammerman’s “Liberation,” out now. (http://samhammerman.com/)

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