Cody Beebe & The Crooks – “Out Here”

by | Jul 31, 2013 | Country, Reviews

cbbCody Beebe & The Crooks
Out Here
Seattle, WA

“Take the cover off your Mustang and grab some beer” 

Hailing from Seattle, Cody Beebe & The Crooks bring you the newest and the best in rock music. After a few member switches and up to 400 live shows, the group has just released their second album, and it is just as raw and real as the first.

With some songs featuring heavy electric guitar and others acoustic lullabies, this record has it all. It’s been a while since something this raw has been put out, and it’s an experience to fully take in. Each of the songs have their own distinct sound, but specifically tracks like “Never Too Young” make you want to jump into a Mustang convertible and drive through the desert, passing a skull and bones as you weave through a field of cacti. In some of the songs, such as “Circle” and “Out Here,” you can’t help but feel a bit of a Southern buzz.

The diversity of this LP leaves you wanting to listen to it more and more. It’s not too much or too little of anything; in fact it’s the perfect balance of rock, acoustic, jazz and blues. This unique take on American patriotism leaves us with an album that deserves to be heard.

Produced by John Goodmanson
Recorded at London Bridge Studio