"...Never underestimate the imagery a good audio track can create. Fifteen seconds into the opening song of Green Corn Revival’s first full length effort, Say You’re A Sinner, all I could think about were Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns...conceived with a retro spirit and vinyl in mind...a thematic journey that weaves its way through the sound of some great Americana artists, but is a solid effort even if you’ve never heard the pioneers that inspired it."
"All the tracks are captivating, it’s feels like a pleasant stroll through a fusion of country and rock ‘n’ roll, excellent musicianship throughout the entire record, classic licks, harmonies, occasional bursts of spooky trumpets and beautifully toned guitars. Of course there is a Drive By Truckers vibe about ‘Say You’re A Sinner’ but not as dirty, this is a lot slicker. A damn good debut!"
" As the first part of the album (yes...it is a ‘two part’ CD) opens with Never That Easy confident vocals, harmonies and the backing of a tight musical unit are this album’s strengths, as demonstrated on the 1950s influenced Only Love. The second brief instrumental Part Two leads off with some more gorgeous border trumpets as it takes us into the final reel..."
“The brisk “Hang On” breezes through twangy guitar pangs into full, gorgeous melodies before deconstructing itself into riled, punchy bridges...You can clearly hear the fits of revolt flare up only to be subdued and settled by each song’s end. ”