Editorial Reviews of "TIME MACHINE"
Beatles Unlimited Magazine
"Clearly, they're the keepers of the flame and not just Beatles-influenced: the Vinyl Kings are the only Beatles-phoenix arisen from its ashes." (Tom Weel)
Imagine this if you will. You're offered the use of a time machine which not only can take you back in time, but also allows you to be invisible. Next, imagine you select a year in the 1960's and the place you chose to return to, a recording complex where in Studio One there's the Beatles, while at the same time down the hall in Studio Two Brian Wilson is putting the Beach Boys to work on his next creation. Then what if you were able to magically dissolve the wall that separated the two of them. What would you hear?
This natural follow-up to the Vinyl Kings "A Little Trip", finds the group moving through even more familar musical terrains, while at the same time inviting the listener into the bands own particular realm, with music you didn't know existed anymore.
Step into the "Time Machine" and press play today.
The members of the Vinyl Kings have individually produced, written songs for, played on recordings by, or toured with such artists as Sting, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Neil Young, Shawn Colvin, Shania Twain, Paul Brandt, Jimmy Buffett, Steve Winwood, Dan Fogelberg, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther, Kim Carnes, Peter Frampton, Bobby Womack, Steve Earle, Bob Seger, Vince Gill, John Fogerty, Mark Knopfler, Faith Hill, Tina Turner, Martina McBride, James Ingram, Leann Rimes, Michael McDonald, Trisha Yearwood, Rosanne Cash, Wynonna Judd, Brooks & Dunn, Alabama, Bad Company, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steppenwolf, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Kathy Mattea, Lyle Lovett and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.