|Posted by Administrator on July 18, 2012 at 12:35 AM|
Zac Brown Band's latest album is a diverse compilation of country, bluegrass, reggae and southern rock. It takes you on a comforting journey across many genres all the while staying easy on the ears. 'Uncaged' is the band's third studio album on a major label and demonstrates longevity and staying power in an industry where so many are conformists. With this compilation, Zac Brown Band steps out of a box that would be classified country music and into a poupourri of musical exploration that shows their diversity across the board. "Overnight" featuring Trombone Shorty, with it's sensual lyrics and seductive music is reminiscent of something you would expect from Marvin Gaye and comes as a complete surprise. "The Wind" shows off the bluegrass side of the band with some serious fiddle playing. "Sweet Annie", "Jump Right In", "Goodbye in Her Eyes", "Natural Diaster" and "Lance's Song" delivers more of the music that made Zac Brown Band a name in country music - raw, yet meaningful, true to the art of making music. "Last But Not Least" ends the album with a love song. The meaningful lyrics are easily related to - a key ingredient that good songwriting is made of. "The Island Song" takes you on a musical journey to a tropical paradise - just close your eyes and listen. 'Uncaged' shows Zac Brown Band's ability to keep producing incredible and unexpected music that will keep fans and critics alike on their toes, wondering what to expect next from them. You will want to "Jump Right In" to this musical journey which from start to finish will keep you entertained and then when it is almost over, there is "Last But Not Least". Zac Brown's heart is in his music and it clearly shows. The lyrics from "Day That I Die" speak volumes to this, "When I've lived out my days until the very end/I hope they find me in my home/A guitar in my hands." 'Uncaged' delivers a dose of southern comfort to the music lovers ears.