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“Lovely album. You remind me of the singer-songwriters ... (of) the '60s and '70s.”
“This disc is a fine example of extraordinary grassroots Americana folk out of southern Michigan. Each of these six pleasing songs seems to lead into the next and I find myself playing it on repeat. They draw the listener in to take a long swim and perhaps 'find a shore' of our own.”
“Rather than just tell us about his new Detroit music project, Jeff Karoub gave us our very own in-studio house concert. Through his songs and words, Jeff's passion for music and Detroit hits just the right notes.”
“Jeff Karoub creates heartfelt acoustic tributes on this five-track EP to his father (who played for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Motown Records) and his Michigan upbringing. In particular, the moody-but-fetching 'Fall Comes Early' and lilting 'Pitchers’ Duel with Sin' have a vintage, Cat Stevens-like feel. ”
“Whether he's playing in his living room or a pass-the-hat coffee shop, it feels like he's left a legacy.”
“I really like the story - I really like the song!”